2014 Primetime Emmy Awards: Live Streaming, Final Group Of Presenters Revealed
By Riza Ornos | August 25, 2014 3:01 PM EST
Celebrating the best in TV, the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards finally revealed their final group of presenters that will hand out the trophies for this year's outstanding performance in the small screen. Stars from HBO's "True Detective" and AMC's "Breaking Bad" plus two coaches from "The Voice" are just four of the few high-profile presenters that will attend on one of this year's glamorous awards on television.
Cast member Bryan Cranston speaks about working on the television show "Breaking Bad" after the show won a Peabody Award in New York May 19, 2014.
The first batch of presenters was announced by executive producer Don Mischer and the 13 stars who will announce the lucky winners include Oscar winners Halle Berry, Julia Roberts, Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson. "True Detective" lead actors Matthew and Woody are also up for a nomination for their explosive performance as detectives in HBO's highly acclaimed drama.
Other presenters include Emmy nominees like "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston, "Scandal" actress Kerry Washington and "Veep" Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Jim Parsons, Julianna Marguiles, Amy Poehler, Zooey Deschanel, Any Samberg, Debra Messing, Lucy Liu, Allison Janney, Keegan-Michael Key, Jimmy Kennel, Jordan Peele, Octavia Spencer, Sofia Vergara, Adam Levine and "The Voice" new coach Gwen Stefani will join the long list of presenters.
The final batch of presenters for the Sunday's show includes "Orange Is The New Black" star and Emmy winner Uzo Aduba, Scot Bakula, Ricky Gervais, Katherine Heigl, Joe Morton, Mindy Kaling, Chris Harwick and "Game of Thrones" actress Lena Heady. Other announcers who will join the first batch of presenters include Hayden Panettiere, Live Schreiber, Kate Walsh, John Mulaney, Joe Morton and Allison Williams.
Hosted by "Late Night" host Seth Meyers, the 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards will air live at 8 P.M. PT on Monday, Aug. 25, at the Nokia Theater in Downtown L.A. and E! News will be hosting "Live From The Red Carpet Livestream." The red carpet will begin at 5:55 P.M. ET/2:55 P.M PT and will be hosted by Ross Matthews.
For Red Carpet coverage, Facebook has its own Facebook Mentions Box and Twitter will debut its Zip Line Camera on Red Carpet Pre-Show. Access Hollywood and Today will also cover the live streaming of the event. But NBC will exclusively broadcast the live show in the U.S.
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