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CBS live streams 2017 Emmy Awards, red carpet arrivals
18 September 2017, 01:09 | Ruben Stone
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And while Colbert's not likely to be that vile on live TV, those who choose to tune in Sunday can expect a healthy dose of anti-Trump rhetoric all night long.
The 69th annual edition of the Emmy Awards begin at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET on Sunday, Sept. 17. The event will be hosted by Stephen Colbert.
The 2017 EmmyAwards are finally here and an A-list lineup of celebs is expected to take the stage to present tonight. CBS isn't planning to air a pre-show, but E! will broadcast live from the red carpet starting at 4:30 EST. However, there is an option if you don't want to miss this year's fashion hits and misses. The red carpet event for Emmys can be watched live on the E! FacebookLive stream. Plus, there will be plenty of photos and videos on the Emmys/Television Academy and CBS Facebook pages. With Stephen Colbert set to host this year on CBS, we certainly do feel as though this is going to be one of the more topical versions of the Emmys that we've seen over the years - It will be amusing, biting, and may inspire the President to tweet out angry things in the morning.
But since we also deeply sympathize with being broke AF in addition to needing to watch every award show ever, we've also got some tips for you if you don't have a TV, or a TV that plugs into anything other than a hand-me-down VHS player.
I've shared my Emmy predictions, with my guesses for which nominees will win - and which should - in the major categories.
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