EMMY AWARDS 2018 Live Stream, How to Watch NBC Online TV Channel, 70th Primetime Emmy Awards,2018 Daytime Emmy winners

EMMY AWARDS 2018 LIVE

EMMY AWARDS 2018 Live Stream, How to Watch NBC Online TV Channel, 70th Primetime Emmy Awards,2018 Daytime Emmy winners: Full list of Creative Arts Awards winners and nominees Saturday Night Live’ Weekend Update anchors Michael Che and Colin Jost to host 2018 Emmy Awards.

EMMY AWARDS 2018 LIVE

More than 70 honors will be passed out across the two ceremonies, which celebrates daytime television programming. As for this evening’s main event, the outstanding artistic and technical achievements in a variety of television An Emmy update: Colin Jost and Michael Che will host the 70th edition of the Primetime Emmy Awards.

The duo, who anchor Saturday Night Live’s “Weekend Update,” will share emcee duties at the awards show that honors TV excellence and will air live from the Microsoft Theater in L.A. on Sept. 17 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

The 2018 Daytime Emmy Awards will be handed out on Sunday night, April 29, at a ceremony hosted by Emmy champs Sheryl Underwood (“The Talk”) and Mario Lopez (“Extra”), but the lion’s share of prizes were handed out at the Creative Arts Awards on Friday night, April 27. That’s where the best achievements in animation, children’s programs, special class programs, and digital programs were presented. Scroll down for the complete list of Daytime Emmy winners.

he 2018 Emmys will be the first with Michaels as exec producer since the 1988 telecast hosted by John Forsythe. Michaels’ return is indicative of the value that the prolific producer and his “Saturday Night Live” franchise have at NBC. At 73 years old, Michaels has successfully expanded his reach beyond his Saturday perch to nearly every night of the week and multiple dayparts. Over the last decade, his portfolio as a producer has grown to include NBC’s other two late-night comedy franchises, “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and “Late Night With Seth Meyers,” both hosted by “Saturday Night Live” alums. He and Meyers also serve as exec producers on the Peacock’s freshman primetime comedy “A.P. Bio.”