Announced Monday 14 September – nine more exciting entertainers have been confirmed to present the honours at the 67th Emmy® Awards telecast, it was announced by the programme’s executive producer Don Mischer.
This second star-studded group is comprised of acclaimed comedians, variety hosts, breakout stars and time-honoured talents. They include:
Jaimie Alexander – Film and television actress, star of the upcoming NBC series Blindspot
Anthony Anderson – 67th Emmy Award nominee for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for ABC’s `black-ish
James Corden – BAFTA Award winner and host of The Late Late Show on CBS
Jamie Lee Curtis - Prolific film and television actress, author, two-time Golden Globe winner, Emmy Award nominee and star of FOX’s upcoming comedy-horror series Scream Queens
Will Forte – Four-time Emmy nominee, nominated twice this year for his role both starring and writing on FOX’s The Last Man on Earth
Rob Lowe – Five-time Golden Globe nominee, Emmy Award nominee and star of the upcoming FOX comedy The Grinder
Gina Rodriguez – Golden Globe winner for her starring role in CW’s Jane the Virgin
Tracee Ellis Ross – NAACP Image Award-winning actress and co-star of ABC’s `black-ish
Liev Schreiber – Three-time Golden Globe nominee and two-time Emmy Award nominee, nominated this year for his starring role in Showtime’s Ray Donovan
The 67th Emmy Awards will be hosted by Andy Samberg and will be screened Monday, 21 September (Live broadcast 02:00 and Prime Time broadcast at 19:30) on M-Net channel 101.
Note that because of the 67th Emmy Awards special broadcast there will be no new episodes for Madam Secretary and Revenge on Monday on 21 September. Madam Secretary will start in its new time slot (21:30) from Monday, 28 September and Revenge will be off screen and will return in a new time slot in October.