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Host of Sunday's Emmys Stephen Colbert tells Trump fans not to bother watching 'Saturday Night Live' and 'Westworld' are tied with the most nods. Who will come out on top?
Stacy Diaz | 17 September, 2017, 17:29

The 2017 Emmy Awards will be available to stream several different ways this year.

With previous two-time victor "Game of Thrones" absent because it fell outside the eligibility window, "This Is Us" and "The Handmaid's Tale" are among an unprecedented number of newcomers that include "The Crown", "Stranger Things" and "Westworld".

When and Where is it?

The 69th annual Emmy Awards Show will be airing live on CBS Sunday night, 8 p.m. EST - and if you don't have a traditional TV cable package, there's no need to fret.

Of the 35 shows with at least 15 Emmy wins, 10 are still on the air. As Variety reports, with content on Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat, they have every bit of the show covered including pre-show prep, red carpet and backstage access. The Emmy Awards are scheduled to be held on the night of September 17, which is Monday morning in India.

This year, the awards ceremony will be hosted by The Late Show host Stephen Colbert.

Colbert figures to make things interesting at the award show, considering he frequently provides witty - and often controversial - commentary regarding President Trump on his program "The Late Show". The ceremony will be hosted by Stephen Colbert.

Political and social discussion has taken center stage at many of 2017's award shows thus far, including the Oscars and, last month, the MTV Video Music Awards. "This will be the largest audience to witness an Emmys, period".

From the Hotstar library, acclaimed shows like Westworld, Feud, Veep and Big Little Lies lead the extensive list with the most number of nominations. However, there will still be fierce competition between "Stranger Things", "The Handmaid's Tale", "This Is Us", "Westworld", "House of Cards", "Better Call Saul" and "The Crown".

Last year, "The Late Show" wasn't even nominated. TV and web series from leading channels will compete in many categories that will acknowledge the content and technical genius.

Her performance on her show, Quantico - which is about to enter its third season - has fetched her two People's Choice Awards. The sci-fi saga is up for 22 trophies, including "Best Drama".