The 72nd Emmys will be a very different show this year as the event is set to take place virtually due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The show, which honours the best TV shows and actors over the past year, will be hosted by comedian and talkshow host Jimmy Kimmel.
Other presenters will include Oprah Winfrey, Laverne Cox and Morgan Freeman, while music star H.E.R is expected to perform during the show's ‘In Memoriam’ section.
This year the Emmys will stream from an empty Staples Center in Los Angeles, with all the nominees, presenters and performances broadcasting from their homes around the world.
Here's how you can follow the action:
When are the Emmys on?
The three-hour ceremony will begin at 8pm ET on Sunday 20 September in Los Angeles.
That's 1am on Monday 21 September in the UK.
How to watch the Emmys from the UK
The event is being broadcast live on ABC in the USA.
UK viewers will be able to stream the ceremony on the Emmys website, Facebook page or YouTube channel.
Who are the nominees?
Well-know stars such as Jennifer Aniston, Hugh Jackman, Cate Blanchett and Kerry Washington are all up for awards on the night.
Normal People star Paul Mescal also picked up his first Emmy nomination for his role in the widely-popular series.
The lucky winners will be streaming their acceptance speeches from their homes across 20 cities and 10 different countries.
The nominees were sent a ring light, a laptop, a boom mic and a camera by the production team to make the virtual broadcast as professional as possible.
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