Here’s How To Watch Thursday’s 2018 Emmy Nominations Live

It’s been a television season filled with earnest newcomers, absent stalwarts, and plenty of surprises (both good and bad), but the beginning of the end is in sight. With nomination voting completed and tallied, the official Emmy nominations will be announced live on Thursday,, July 12, setting off a flurry of upsets, expectations, and changing odds for who will take home a statue. If you’re hoping to tune in, here’s where to watch the 2018 Emmy nominations in order to get the scoop on which shows made the cut.

For those who want to see the nominees unveiled live, the Television Academy has made it pretty easy. You can catch the announcements streaming on Emmys.com, the official website, or on the Emmys’ Facebook or YouTube pages. All three streams start promptly at 8:30 a.m. Pacific Standard Time, or 11:30 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. West Coast, get ready to spit your cereal milk out over any upsets, while East Coasters can take an early lunch to catch the news.

The biggest question fans have going in is whether Emmy voters will have judged art by its artists, more specifically their behavior on- and off-screen. Several potential TV nominees have had some ugly press paving their way to award season, including Arrested Development, Full Frontal With Samantha Bee, and of course, Roseanne‘s contentious return.



Handmaid’s Tale swept 2017’s Emmys, taking home 13 awards and nabbing top honors as a show, but then again it was a year where Game Of Thrones wasn’t qualified for entry. Now that Game Of Thrones is back, will it sweep the categories out of voters’ sheer relief at its return? There’s also the big question of whether David Lynch’s masterpiece of a Limited Series, Twin Peaks: The Return will get any attention from voters; though critically beloved, Lynch isn’t exactly a Hollywood favorite, and the series’ beats and pacing deliberately poked fun at TV viewers tuning in for nostalgia and resolution.

Though there’s over 15,000 eligible potential voters, the actual number of people who get to decide what’s worthy is far smaller, and the judges for the final awards are an even tighter and more clandestine circle, as Backstage reports. With judges only serving two years in a category, what’s a beloved awards darling one year might find itself adrift if the turnover doesn’t work in its favor. But whatever happens, we’ll find out soon, when the nominations are announced in the morning of July 12.

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