Here's how to watch the 2023 Emmys — which is returning after the Hollywood strikes

Quinta Brunson attends the 2022 Emmys.
Quinta Brunson attends the 2022 Emmys.Frazer Harrison/Getty Images
  • The 75th Primetime Emmy Awards will air on Monday night after a four-month delay.

  • The ceremony is making a comeback after originally being scheduled for September 2023.

  • Here's how to watch and stream the award ceremony.

The Emmys are back after a four-month delay amid the Hollywood writers and actors strikes last year.

In 2023, the Writers Guild of America, or WGA, and SAG-AFTRA, the actors' union, went on strike over pay and staffing concerns. Both organizations have reached an agreement with Hollywood studios, making room for shows like The Emmys to return to prime-time TV.

Actor and comedian Anthony Anderson will host the 75th Emmy Awards on Monday, January 15, at 8 p.m. ET.

To tune in, viewers can watch the ceremony live on Fox, or stream the event a day later on Hulu beginning Tuesday, January 16.

The nominees include ABC's "Abbott Elementary," HBO's "The Last of Us," and "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah."

In the drama category, Brian Cox is nominated for Lead Actor for his role on HBO's "Succession" and Bella Ramsey is nominated for Lead Actress for her role on HBO's "The Last Of Us."

Martin Short is nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series for his role in Hulu's "Only Murders In The Building."

After taking home an Emmy in 2022, Quinta Brunson is nominated again, this time for Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series for her role in "Abbott Elementary." In 2022, Brunson won an Emmy for Outstanding Writing For a Comedy Series for the series, which she created, wrote, and starred in.

The ceremony will be held at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles. See the full list of the 2023 Primetime Emmy nominees here.

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