With the primary series of presenters announced for the large evening, the 2022 Emmy Awards are taking shape.
A-listers who will probably be taking the stage include Will Arnett, Angela Bassett, Vanessa Bayer, Kelly Clarkson, Ariana DeBose, Taye Diggs, Hannah Einbinder, Selena Gomez and Mariska Hargitay.
“Squid Game” stars Jung Ho-yeon and Lee Jung-jae — in addition to Jimmy Kimmel, Diego Luna, Christopher Meloni, Seth Meyers, Amy Poehler, Molly Shannon, Jean Smart, Kerry Washington and Natalie Zea — can even be attending.
The ceremony honoring the perfect and brightest in television will air continue to exist NBC from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Monday, Sept. 12. The show can even be streamed on Peacock.
“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” star Mariska Hargitay is among the many actresses appearing on the Emmys on Sept. 12.WireImage
“Saturday Night Live” icon Kenan Thompson will probably be emceeing the night’s festivities.
“Being a component of this incredible evening where we honor the perfect of the tv community is ridiculously exciting, and to do it on NBC — my longtime network family — makes it much more special,” Thompson, 44, said in a press release last month. “Like all TV fans, I can’t wait to see the celebs from my favorite shows.”
The Nickelodeon alum recently revealed how his “SNL” characters could possibly pop up throughout the awards next week.
Kenan Thompson is hosting the 2022 Emmy Awards.Getty Images
“I really like doing a personality,” he told Entertainment Weekly on Aug. 23. “I might say the chances are probably pretty high because I’m right down to do it.”
He added that his “SNL” character skits could help “keep the energy up” on the show and “not have all the things seem so predictable or mundane.”
The Creative Arts Emmys were previously awarded on Sept. 3 and 4.
Through the two-night presentation, the late Chadwick Boseman won a posthumous Emmy for his voice work on the Disney+ and Marvel Studios animated series “What If…?”
Former President Barack Obama also emerged victorious, winning the perfect narrator Emmy for the Netflix documentary series “Our Great National Parks.”