It's time for TV's night of nights, no not the Logies, this is a much classier (albeit chaotic) affair: it's Primetime Emmys time, baby!
And to be brutally honest, the 75th Emmy Awards are a confusing time!
Firstly, the Emmys are traditionally held in mid-September. Secondly, because of the delay, this means that technically we are watching the 2023 Emmys and not awards looking back at the past year in TV.
Why all the confusion?
Well, there was that little bump in the road last year aka SAG-AFTRA writer's strikes. Due to the strikes, which would have meant basically no celebrities would have dared to show up in 2023, the Emmys were cancelled.
This is despite nominations being announced back in June 2023, which means that a whole bunch of TV that's dominated the other awards did not make the cut for this show.
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The eligibility requirements mean that the only programs considered are ones that aired between June 1, 2022 and May 31, 2023,