Primetime and Creative Emmy Awards 2020 to Go on as Planned in September

The decision comes after the 47th annual Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony, the Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards and the Sports Emmy Awards got axed over coronavirus fears.

AceShowbiz - National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences officials in America have adjusted the voting deadlines for this year's Primetime Emmy Awards but insist the show will go on, as planned, in September.

The 47th annual Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony in June and the Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards and the Sports Emmy Awards have been axed over coronavirus fears, but the Creative Emmy Awards and Primetime Emmy Awards shows remain unchanged and will take place on 12 & 13 September and 20 September, respectively, according to Deadline.

However, eligibility for shows and talent has now been extended four weeks to 5 June, and voting has been bumped to July to allow for the problems linked to the coronavirus shutdown across America.

The nominations have also moved two weeks and will now be announced on 28 July.

Voters will then have four days less to pick their Emmy choices in August.

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