EMMY AWARDS. Due to the strike of actors and screenwriters in Hollywood, the next Emmy Awards ceremony will not take place in September.
[Updated July 28, 2023 10:10 a.m.] The holding of the 75th Emmy Awards is in jeopardy. Due to the strike of screenwriters and actors in Hollywood, the ceremony rewarding the best of American television will be postponed according to several media across the Atlantic. It was originally scheduled to be held on September 18. According to the Los Angeles Times, the awards ceremony will be held in January 2024, but no official date has been set. As a reminder, Hollywood screenwriters and actors are on strike to protest against the use of artificial intelligence in their professions and to demand higher wages.
The nominations for the 2023 Emmy Awards were announced on July 12. Series are already emerging as big favorites. This is the case of "Succession", nominated 27 times, including for the title of Best Drama Series, three times in the category Best Drama Actor, and once in the category Best Actress in a Drama. “The Last of Us” also does well with 24 nominations, followed by “The White Lotus” (23 nominations) and “Ted Lasso” (21 nominations).
The Emmy Awards punctuate the start of the school year in the United States. The award ceremony for the best of American television was originally scheduled to take place on September 18, 2023. But due to the writers' and actors' strike in Hollywood, it will be postponed and could be held in January 2024, on a date that remains. yet to be determined, live from Los Angeles.