How to Watch the Emmys Without Cable in 2024


    It’s time to enjoy some fantastic TV.

    Due to the strikes by performers and writers, the 75th annual Emmy Awards were rescheduled from September to May 31, 2023. The program will celebrate series that aired between June 1, 2022, and May 31, 2023. Season 2 of The White Lotus (the third most noms, 23), the video game adaption The Last of Us (the second most noms, 24), and Succession (the most, 27) are among the HBO/Max drama programs that are included in this list.

    All three of them are nominated for best drama, while the best comedy categories are occupied by season 1 of FX/Hulu’s The Bear and season 3 of Ted Lasso from Apple TV Plus, which is the most nominated comedy series overall with 21 nominations.
    The ceremony will be hosted by comedian and actor Anthony Anderson. Here’s how to watch it (and find out if your favorite shows win some major prizes).

    How to View the Oscars

    Ahead of the biggest night on television? Fox will broadcast the 75th Emmy Awards on Monday, January 15 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. Hulu will stream it the next day as well. In the event that you are not interested in attending the Emmys in person, you can watch the ceremony on Hulu starting on Tuesday, January 16.

    The ad-supported version of Hulu costs $8 a month, while the ad-free version costs $18. You can also pay $80 for a year of the tier if you are certain that you want to stream Hulu with advertisements for a full year. (That saves you $16 compared to if you paid for it each month.) Hulu can be purchased as part of a Disney bundle along with Disney Plus, ESPN Plus, or both streaming services.