Producer Reginald Hudlin (Reginald Hudlin) and his partner Ian Stewart (Ian Stewart) said: “We have never done anything on such a large scale before,” he likened the process to “Trying to watch 1
Hudlin said that people expect that not everything will go smoothly, and Kimmel will provide services throughout the night in order to “jump in as soon as a problem arises.” “In essence, we will continue to improve… We are willing to work with all these nominees and be open to the X element.”
Letting the nominee participate in the competition at home-in some cases surrounded by family members-will increase the intimacy of the proceedings. As Hudlin pointed out, people invite these programs into their homes for consumption, and then “now we want to enter their houses.”
During the Zoom call with reporters, the producers also admitted that they know the tone very well, they want to celebrate the best work on TV, and at the same time recognize the non-traditional nature of this year’s awards ceremony and what is happening in the world. These include the fire that cast a shadow over Los Angeles, where the award will come from.
Stewart added: “The fire crisis we face is bigger than our small awards show.” Stewart added, “We are not deaf. We are trying to perform this performance in the context of many things. In this country. “
The newly announced talents participating in the TV broadcast will include Jason Bateman, Sterling Brown, Lavern Cox, Earl von Earl of Sesame Street, Morgan Freeman, and Elena · Glaser, Abi Jacobson, Lin Manuel Miranda, D-Nice, Randall Park, RuPaul, Patrick Stewart and Jason Sudeikis. She will also perform live in the “Remembrance” section.
The 72nd Emmy Awards ceremony will be broadcast live on ABC on September 20th at 8pm Eastern Time.