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Claire Danes attends the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards
Claire Danes attends the 75th Primetime Emmy awards. Photograph: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images

This elegant pink bejewelled gown is a far cry from the T-shirt that read “You Can Go Home Now” that Claire Danes wore as Rachel in Fleishman Is in Trouble, the television miniseries created by Taffy Brodesser-Akner based on her 2019 novel of the same name, for which Danes is nominated. Between the softly shaped hair and the bling, this look is pure glamour.

Adrian Horton

Adrian Horton

For my Succession fans out there, a nice little Gerri and Roman reunion on the red carpet

Benjamin Lee

Benjamin Lee

Back in July when the nominations were announced, Stuart Heritage channeled his rage, shock and upset into this piece on the biggest snubs and surprises. Spoiler: he is a big Barry fan.

Quinta Brunson – in the fold
Quinta Brunson – in the fold Photograph: Neilson Barnard/Getty Images

Nominated for Abbott Elementary, Brunson has tonight nailed crumpled chic. Surely, surely turning up to the red carpet in a look that on most people would signal a broken iron is a power move of the highest order. Creases for the (relatable) win.

Benjamin Lee

Benjamin Lee

Aaaaand this is how things were looking earlier:

Benjamin Lee

Benjamin Lee

So the Emmys usually take place in September way before the thick of awards season, but due to the strikes it was postponed, landing it in a strange place (the week after the Globes, the night after the Critics Choice and the month before the Screen Actors Guild awards). It means, confusingly for viewers, that The Bear season one is competing for awards tonight just after The Bear season two swept the comedy categories at the Globes. It also means, annoyingly for awards publicists, that the next Emmys will take place in the same calendar year

Ellie Violet Bramley

Canadian chef Matty Matheson arrives
Canadian chef Matty Matheson arrives. Photograph: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images

Chef and The Bear actor Matty Matheson shows us just what is possible with a pair of socks and sandals on the red (grey) carpet. The look is reminiscent of the footwear on the Prada menswear catwalk in Milan yesterday. On-trend and fun to boot.

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Ellie Violet Bramley

Padma Lakshmi attends the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards
Padma Lakshmi attends the 75th Primetime Emmy awards. Photograph: Aude Guerrucci/Reuters

To kick things off we have Padma Lakshmi, the 90s supermodel – Lakshmi was known as the world’s first supermodel of Indian descent – and star of food TV, in an elegantly expansive chartreuse frock. Leave it to a former supermodel to look simultaneously like a butterfly emerging from its chrysalis and the dancing lady emoji, if she switched from a red to a green dress for the day. That’s versatility.

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Ellie Violet Bramley

Hello, Ellie from the Fashion desk here, keeping an eye on the red carpet on what I hope will be a big night, style-wise, for the stars of many of our favourite TV shows of recent times.

The telly didn’t used to have the same glitzy appeal as the film world, but all that has changed. So it makes sense that we now expect big, cinematic things from the red carpet on TV’s big night.

And so far this awards season, the red carpet, which lay dormant for much of last year because of the actors’ strikes, has been serving up plenty of delights, from sparkles and sequins to sculptural forms and sharp cuts.

As tonight’s red carpet will play host to the stars of Succession, The Bear and The White Lotus, among others, I think we can safely expect some sartorial high drama, if not to match then at least to complement the fictional worlds of Chicago kitchens, Sicilian hotels and New York boardrooms that are being celebrated.

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Benjamin Lee

Benjamin Lee

Will Succession take home all of the major drama awards? Will The Bear or Abbott Elementary be the comedy champ? Earlier this week, Adrian Horton took a guess at who she thinks might win in the major categories and you can keep track of how well she picked here:

It’s Emmys Time

Adrian Horton

Adrian Horton

Sky/HBO pics of the Succession finale: matthew-macfadyen-sarah-snook
Matthew Macfadyen and Sarah Snook in Succession. Photograph: HBO

Finally, after the writers’ and actors’ strikes delayed the usual September broadcast, TV takes center stage … in the middle of the film awards season. Host Anthony Anderson presides over the 75th Primetime Emmy awards in Los Angeles, which is, somewhat confusingly, celebrating excellence in the 2022-2023 television season.

Which means a lot of Succession, the HBO drama series which earned a night-leading 27 nominations for its fourth and final season. (That includes a whopping 14 acting nominations and a record three best actor nominees – for Brian Cox, Kieran Culkin and Jeremy Strong.) It will compete for best drama with Andor, Better Call Saul, The Crown, House of the Dragon, Yellowjackets, The White Lotus and The Last of Us, which earned 24 nominations for its premiere season.

On the comedy side, Ted Lasso leads the way with 21 nominations for its (allegedly) final season. It goes head to head with new Emmys darling Abbott Elementary, Only Murders in the Building, Barry, Jury Duty, Wednesday, The Marvelous Mrs Maisel and The Bear, which basically swept the Golden Globes and Critics Choice awards in recent days (literally days – it’s a packed awards season this year). Netflix’s Beef and Dahmer lead the limited series pack with 13 nominations apiece.

It should be a show heavy on awards and cast reunions – stick with us for all the major moments.

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