The 2023 primetime Emmy Awards have been postponed because of the writers and actors strikes that have paralyzed Hollywood, as reported by Variety.
The postponement of the 2023 primetime Emmy Awards marks the first time the ceremony has been delayed since September 2001, after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, making it a significant and rare occurrence in Emmy history.
Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, the primetime Emmy Awards were not canceled. In 2020, the ceremony was held virtually to ensure the safety of participants and adhere to COVID-19 protocols.
2023 Primetime Emmy Awards postponed due to ongoing Hollywood strikes. First delay since 9/11. Vendors informed of the postponement.
Daytime Emmy Awards also delayed due to Hollywood strikes.
Fox postpones Emmy Awards amidst Hollywood strikes, affecting both primetime and daytime events.
Primetime Emmys may be rescheduled for January due to ongoing strikes and disruptions in Hollywood.
The strikes are significantly affecting the movie and TV industries, causing disruptions and postponements, as seen with the delayed Primetime Emmy Awards.
The TV Academy and Fox have not provided any official statements or comments regarding the postponement of the Emmy Awards.