Primetime: Meet Your First Batch of Emmy Presenters
We’re T-minus 13 days from the 66th annual Primetime Emmys Awards. In addition to Seth Meyers’ hosting gig and the show’s notable nominees, we now have even more reason to watch: the presenters. Today, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced 13 of the evening’s presenters, including past, present, and former Emmys contenders Matthew McConaughey, Kerry Washington, Halle Berry, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Bryan Cranston.
In anticipation of the Emmys’ big night, we’re counting down the first group of presenter’s victories and nominations on the primetime stage. Take a bow!
18 nominations to date, with four wins for Seinfeld (1996), The New Adventures of Old Christine (2006), and Veep (2012, 2013)
12 nominations to date, with four wins for Breaking Bad (2008, 2009, 2010, 2013)
7 nominations to date, with three wins for The Big Bang Theory (2010, 2011, 2013)
10 nominations to date with two wins for ER (1995), and The Good Wife (2011)
Eight nominations to date, with one win for Cheers (1989)
Four nominations to date, with one win for Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (2000)
15 combined Primetime Emmy and Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards nominations to date, including one win for The Voice TV competition (2013)
12 nominations to date for Saturday Night Live, Parks and Recreation, and the 71st Golden Globes
Two nominations to date for Scandal (2013, 2014)
Two nominations to date for Law & Order (1990), and The Normal Heart (2014)
One nomination to date for True Detective (2014)
One nomination to date for New Girl (2012)