Wondering where to watch the Emmys today? Hulu has you covered! You can watch the Emmys® 2022 without cable easily using your Hulu login, with both live and recorded options to fit your schedule.
For those that love TV as much as we do, the Emmys® are one of our favorite television moments of the year, and Hulu makes sure we can watch all the pre-Emmys® coverage and post-Emmys coverage we want. Whether you love to see who hit and who miss on the red carpet, can’t wait to see candid star interviews, or are just watching for the Emmy® host’s jokes, you’ll find all your favorite moments on Hulu – your hub to watch the Emmys today!
Where To Watch The Emmys Today
Need to know where you can watch the Emmys today without cable? Hulu has got you covered! You can watch the Emmy Awards® live* on Hulu with their Hulu + Live TV subscription. Not only will signing up or login on make Emmys coverage available, but it will also give you access to iconic pre-shows like E! Network’s Live From The Red Carpet and more.
How To Watch The Emmys Today
- Sign up for Hulu + Live TV, or log in with your Hulu credentials if you’re already subscribed (current Hulu subscribers can switch to Live TV).
- Get ready to stream the Emmys® by logging into your new Hulu account on any Live TV supported device, such as Android, Apple, Chromecast, Fire TV, LG TV, Mac and PC browsers, Playstation, Roku, Samsung TV, VIZIO, Xbox, and more.
- Enter your zip code to find local live TV availability for channels carrying the 2022 Emmy Awards® and more live event coverage.
*Regional restrictions, blackouts and additional terms apply.
How To Record The Emmys For Later
Don’t have time to watch the Emmys today? No problem, you can record it with Hulu’s Cloud DVR. Here’s how:
- Find what you want to watch using the Live Guide.
- Click record from the Guide, or navigate to the details page and find the record icon.
- That’s it, you’re recording!
- And, for later, here’s how to manage your Cloud DVR recordings.
The Emmys® are airing live on Hulu on NBC, Monday, September 12 from 8:00PM to 11:00PM ET. Hulu has made history this award season, with 58 total Hulu Emmy nominations for just 2022 alone!
Not only is Hulu the best place to watch the Emmys today, but it’s the best place to view Emmy award nominated shows as well!
Here’s this year’s guide to the 2022 Hulu Original Emmy nominations:
Candy (1 nomination)
Candy Montgomery is a 1980s housewife and mother who did everything right—good husband, two kids, nice house, even the careful planning and execution of transgressions—but when the pressure of conformity builds within her, her actions scream for just a bit of freedom. Until someone tells her to shush. With deadly results.
Starring: Jessica Biel, Timothy Simons, Melanie Lynskey, Pablo Schreiber, Raúl Esparza
Changing the Game (1 nomination)
Emmy® award-winning filmmaker Michael Barnett’s urgent and subsuming sports documentary illuminates what many have called the civil rights issue of our time: transgender inclusion in sports. Changing the Game takes us into the lives of three high school athletes – all at different stages of their athletic seasons, personal lives and unique paths as transgender teens. Their stories span across the U.S. – from Sarah, a skier and teen policymaker in New Hampshire, to Andrea, a track star in Connecticut openly competing on the girls track team. The film centers on Mack Beggs, who made headlines when he became the Texas State Champion in girls wrestling – as a boy.
Starring: Mack Beggs, Sarah Rose Huckman, Andraya Yearwood
Dopesick (14 nominations)
From Executive Producer Danny Strong and starring and executive produced by Michael Keaton, “Dopesick” examines how one company triggered the worst drug epidemic in American history. The series takes viewers to the epicenter of America’s struggle with opioid addiction, from the boardrooms of Big Pharma, to a distressed Virginia mining community, to the hallways of the DEA. Defying all the odds, heroes will emerge in an intense and thrilling ride to take down the craven corporate forces behind this national crisis and their allies. The limited series is inspired by the New York Times bestselling book by Beth Macy.
Starring: Michael Keaton, Rosario Dawson, Peter Sarsgaard, Kaitlyn Dever, Will Poulter
The Dropout (6 nominations)
Money. Romance. Tragedy. Deception. From Executive Producer Elizabeth Meriwether, “The Dropout” is the story of Elizabeth Holmes (Amanda Seyfried) and Theranos, an unbelievable tale of ambition and fame gone terribly wrong. How did the world’s youngest self-made female billionaire lose it all in the blink of an eye?
Starring: Amanda Seyfried, Naveen Andrews, William H. Macy, Laurie Metcalf, Elizabeth Marvel
The Great (4 nominations)
The Great is a satirical, comedic drama about the rise of Catherine the Great from outsider to the longest reigning female ruler in Russia’s history. A fictionalized, fun and anachronistic story of an idealistic, romantic young girl, who arrives in Russia for an arranged marriage to the mercurial Emperor Peter. Hoping for love and sunshine, she finds instead a dangerous, depraved, backward world that she resolves to change. All she has to do is kill her husband, beat the church, baffle the military and get the court onside. A very modern story about the past which encompasses the many roles she played over her lifetime as lover, teacher, ruler, friend, and fighter. Incorporating historical facts occasionally, the series stars Elle Fanning as Catherine, Nicholas Hoult, Phoebe Fox, Adam Godley, Gwilym Lee, Charity Wakefield, Douglas Hodge, Sacha Dhawan, Sebastian de Souza, Bayo Gbadamosi and Belinda Bromilow.
Starring: Elle Fanning, Nicholas Hoult, Phoebe Fox, Adam Godley, Gwilym Lee
How I Met Your Father (2 nominations)
In the near future, Sophie is telling her son the story of how she met his father: a story that catapults us back to the present where Sophie and her close-knit group of friends are in the midst of figuring out who they are, what they want out of life, and how to fall in love in the age of dating apps and limitless options.
Starring: Hilary Duff, Christopher Lowell, Francia Raisa, Suraj Sharma, Tom Ainsley, Tien Tran.
McCartney 3,2,1 (3 nominations)
Paul McCartney sits down for a rare in-depth one on one with Rick Rubin to discuss his groundbreaking work with The Beatles, the emblematic 70s arena-rock of Wings, and his 50 years and counting as a solo artist, in this six-episode series that explores music and creativity in a unique and revelatory manner. Join Paul and Rick for an intimate conversation about the musicianship, songwriting, ingenuity, influences, and personal relationships that informed the iconic songs that have served as the soundtracks of our lives.
Only Murders in the Building (17 nominations)
Following the shocking death of Arconia Board President Bunny Folger, true-crime podcast obsessed neighbors Charles, Oliver and Mabel race to unmask her killer. However, three (unfortunat) complications ensue – the trio is publicly implicated in Bunny’s homicide, they are now the subjects of a competing podcast (after they started their own), and they have to deal with a bunch of New York neighbors who all think they are the ones who committed murder.
Starring: Steve Martin, Martin Short, Selena Gomez
Pam &Tommy (10 nominations)
Set in the Wild West early days of the Internet, “Pam & Tommy” is based on the incredible true story of the Pamela Anderson (Lily James) and Tommy Lee (Sebastian Stan) sex tape. Stolen from the couple’s home by a disgruntled contractor (Seth Rogen), the video went from underground bootleg-VHS curiosity to full-blown global sensation when it hit the Web in 1997. A love story, crime caper and cautionary tale rolled into one, the eight-part original limited series explores the intersection of privacy, technology and celebrity, tracing the origins of our current reality TV Era to a stolen tape seen by millions but meant to have an audience of just two.
Starring: Lily James, Sebastian Stan, Seth Rogen, Nick Offerman, Taylor Schilling
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