Los Angeles: TV stars picked out their favourite pajamas ahead of Sunday’s reinvented, pandemic-hit Emmys, which will see nominees accept prizes live from their homes. Dark superhero satire “Watchmen” is tipped to dominate the night.
Hollywood’s first major Covid-era award show will look radically different to previous editions, with no red carpet and a host broadcasting from an empty theater in Los Angeles, which remains under strict lockdown.
Winners at the 72nd Emmys—the small-screen equivalent of the Oscars—have been sent cameras to hook up in their own living rooms, gardens and even bedrooms.
They have also been encouraged to get creative with their acceptance speeches as well as locations, meaning even the show’s producers are in for a few surprises.
“They don’t know what it’s going to look like—it’s a crapshoot,” said Deadline awards…