75th Emmy Awards Winners Revealed

The prestigious 75th Emmy® Awards, which honors excellence in television programming and individual achievements for the 2022-2023 television season, were announced by the Television Academy in a grand celebration. The list of nominees and winners can be viewed on emmys.com, giving fans and industry insiders a chance to relive the excitement of the event.

The illustrious ceremony took place at the Peacock Theater located in downtown Los Angeles and was broadcast live on the FOX Television Network. Guided by the masterful hosting skills of Anthony Anderson, the event was executive-produced by the talented team of Jesse Collins, Dionne Harmon, and Jeannae Rouzan-Clay from Jesse Collins Entertainment. Their collective expertise ensured a flawless execution of this milestone awards show.

Spanning across 26 Emmy categories, the telecast showcased the crème de la crème of the television industry. In addition, the Governor’s Award, a highly esteemed accolade, was presented by top-tier talent from some of television’s most acclaimed programs. The event witnessed the presence of numerous distinguished presenters, cast reunions, and surprise guests, including celebrated individuals such as Christina Applegate, Tichina Arnold, Jason Bateman, Gil Bellows, Lorraine Bracco, Connie Britton, Quinta Brunson, Carol Burnett, Tisha Campbell, Justin Chambers, Stephen Colbert, Dame Joan Collins, Jon Cryer, Ted Danson, Charlie Day, Danny DeVito, Peter Dinklage, Colman Domingo, Tina Fey, Calista Flockhart, Jodie Foster, Greg Germann, Marla Gibbs, Brett Goldstein, Kelsey Grammer, Arsenio Hall, Jon Hamm, Katherine Heigl, Taraji P. Henson, Tom Hiddleston, Glenn Howerton, Michael Imperioli, Ken Jeong, Martin Lawrence, Natasha Lyonne, Peter MacNicol, Dylan McDermott, Rob McElhenney, Joel McHale, Kaitlin Olson, Jenna Ortega, Pedro Pascal, Carl Anthony Payne II, Rhea Perlman, James Pickens Jr., Amy Poehler, Ellen Pompeo, Ke Huy Quan, Sheryl Lee Ralph, John Ratzenberger, Rob Reiner, Tracee Ellis Ross, Sally Struthers, Holland Taylor, Juno Temple, Taylor Tomlinson, Hannah Waddingham, George Wendt, and Chandra Wilson.

As the evening unfolded, the audience was treated to captivating performances by Charlie Puth and The War and Treaty. Their rendition of “See You Again” and the iconic “I’ll Be There For You” (the Friends theme song) served as a poignant backdrop for the emotionally charged “In Memoriam” segment. Adding a touch of musical brilliance, Travis Barker showcased his drumming prowess during Anthony Anderson’s opening act, further elevating the overall experience.

For those who missed the live broadcast, fear not, as the 75th Emmy Awards can now be streamed on Hulu starting from Tuesday, January 16. Moreover, the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, which encompassed an impressive 97 additional categories, were presented during two ceremonies held on the weekend of Saturday, January 6, and Sunday, January 7. A condensed version of these ceremonies is also available for streaming on Hulu, providing an opportunity to witness the exceptional talent recognized throughout the weekend. For more detailed information, please visit emmys.com.

In conclusion, the 75th Emmy Awards proved to be a remarkable celebration of television excellence. With its star-studded lineup, unforgettable performances, and the recognition of outstanding achievements, this historic event left an indelible mark on the industry. As the winners bask in the glory of their triumphs, the Television Academy continues to pave the way for future generations of television professionals to strive for greatness, ensuring that the legacy of excellence endures.

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