The Primetime Emmy Awards, television’s biggest gala of the year, is set to kick off live on NBC from the ceremony at the Nokia Theatre Los Angeles on Aug. 25,2014 at 8:00 p.m. So, the biggest query is where to watch the award show online. Read on to learn more about the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards whereabouts.
According to Gospel Herald, the Television Academy will provide free live streaming of Backstage Live! 2014 for its fifth consecutive year. Beginning at 6.30 p.m., you can watch all the behind-the-scenes fun including backstage, celebrity red carpet and the arrivals here.
It was also reported that the segment will also feature the 360 angle views of celebrities as they arrive on the red carpet. The Live from the Red Carpet segment with Ross Matthews as host will start at 6 p.m. while E! After Party will begin at 11 p.m.
For live updates on the award ceremony, keep checking on the event’s Facebook page. Twitter updates can be followed on @TelevisionAcad. Viewers can also share their best moments with #Emmys and #EmmysArts.
Meanwhile, the 40-year-old former “Saturday Night Live,” cast member and current host of “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” revealed that one can expect a lot of fun at the event.
“We’re really hoping to have really good jokes all the time. With something like this, the level of success is because the jokes are really good. We hope that by the time the monologue’s over, which is obviously the most important thing the host does, that people are going to be good and ready for the next few hours of awards,” stated Meyers to Variety.
Noteworthy point is that this year’s Red Carpet coverage provided by E! News, Access Hollywood, and Today will be integrating leading social media sites’ up-to-the-minute features;
- Twitter will debut Zip Line Camera on Red Carpet Pre-Show
- Facebook will introduce Facebook Mentions Box
- The box is a portable device that connects fans directly with their favorite public figures at their favorite events.
- “Access Hollywood” will utilize a Twitter zip line camera capturing footage from the red carpet and pre-show
- The “Today” Show will have a Vine 360 station, capturing video content that will be pushed to “Today’s” social accounts
- Facebook will have a selfie station capturing photos that will be shared on NBC’s official Facebook page.
The full list of the Emmys presenters can be found here.
The prestigious awards ceremony will begin airing at at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on NBC. Click Here to watch The Live Stream Online.
And that’s it for the 2014 Primetime Emmy Award nominations update. For more details coming up about the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, including the complete list of winners, best moments and fashion verdict, stay tuned here on Movie News Guide (MNG).
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