Emmys: What time does the show start, who will win, who hosts?

Black-ish's Yara Shahidi & Marsai Martin Shine at Emmy Awards 2017

Blackish actress Yara Shahidi conquers the Emmy Awards Red Carpet

Are you looking or an Emmys 2017 red carpet live stream?

The Hollywood Reporter's team of awards experts and reporters will be providing real-time commentary from the ceremony, including red-carpet coverage, up-to-the minute analysis of the show, and reactions to the show's biggest winners (and snubs). We love seeing our favorite stars all dressed up and asking questions so why not tune into the red carpet streams while you can?

In any event, you won't want to miss the Emmy Awards on Sunday night on CBS. The event will be hosted by Stephen Colbert.

If you don't have a conventional cable or satellite package, you can also stream the awards on the CBS streaming service, CBS All Access. You must cancel before the trial is up so you won't be charged the monthly fee.

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The PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly Red Carpet Live pre-show, which starts at 6 p.m. ET, will stream for two hours on the PEOPLE TV free app, People.com and EW.com. Below, you can find the broadcast details you need to know so you don't miss a minute.

Not complaining too much though, because now we get to stuff ourselves with the decadent body decor that is Emmy fashion!

And if you're simply looking to follow along on social media, PopCulture.com will be following the show's most freaky moments and biggest winners of the night.

The 2017 Primetime Emmy Awards kick off Sunday night, with Saturday Night Live and Westworld leading the pack of nominees with 22 noms each. Melissa McCarthy has already won a Creative Arts Emmy for her depiction of former White House press secretary Sean Spicer, and its quite possible Alec Baldwin will have a positive reception for his impersonation of President Trump.

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