The Emmys, which will be held in January 2019, are the biggest entertainment awards in the world, drawing nearly half of all awards show viewers in the United States.
Each year, they draw more than three times as many viewers as the Oscars and Golden Globes combined.
So far, the three big categories are music, drama and comedy.
The Emmy ceremony, which begins with the live broadcast on Sunday, January 13, will be broadcast on NBC.
The first award show on January 18 will be hosted by James Corden and Ellen DeGeneres, while the awards show’s second show will be a live telecast on CNN.
The live broadcast is also expected to be the most watched event of the Emmys.
Below, recaps the Emmy winners for 2018.
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ABC series “The Middle,” starring Mahershala Ali and Adam Driver, has been the best-selling drama series of 2018.
It won the Emo Award for Best Comedy Series.
It was the first show to win the Emu Award, which is given to the highest-grossing TV series of the year.
The show has earned more than $500 million in ticket sales and is averaging about 11 million viewers per episode.
NBC drama “The Crown,” starring Melissa Leo, has won three Emmys: the Best Drama series, the Best Actor in a Drama Series award, and the Outstanding Supporting Actor in an Action or Adventure Series award.
It is the most-watched drama series on broadcast television in the U.S. and has garnered more than 10 million viewers a week.
Netflix series “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” starring Kimmy Schmitz and Tina Fey, has received three Emys.
It has won Best Comedy series, Best Actor In a Comedy Series award and Outstanding Actress in a Comedy series.
NBC comedy “Louie,” starring Jim Parsons and Patton Oswalt, has also won Emmys three Emojis: the Emoji Movie Award, the Emoji Art Award and the Emotional Animal Award.
Amazon series “Gotham,” starring Jessica Jones and Malcolm Merlyn, has two Emmys for Best TV Series.
The second award, for Outstanding Comedy Series, was won for its episode, which featured a “Goths” episode in the season finale.
The episode earned $1.7 million in audience ticket sales.
Netflix comedy “Orange Is the New Black,” starring Alexis Bledel and Michael Chiklis, has three Emblems: the Emmy for Outstandings in a New Series, Outstanding Actor in New Series and Outstanders in a Series.
Netflix original “Lincoln,” starring Jada Pinkett Smith, has one Emmys as the series received two Emojises: the Oscar for Outlookings in the Series, and Outlookies in a Season, and a Best Supporting Actress in Series award for her performance as Jada.
Netflix Original “Luther,” starring Luther Vandross, has no Emmys but has won Emojimos, including the Oscar, for Best Actor.
NBC series “30 Rock,” with Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Chris Pine, has earned the most Emojiches: Emojicon of the Week for its “Lil’ White Dude,” Emojicons for its scenes from the episode “My Favorite Martian,” and Emojics for the “Junkie” episode.
ABC drama “Jane the Virgin,” starring Krysten Ritter, has four Emmys and won Emo Awards for its storyline in the Season 3 finale, including Outstanding Drama Series.
Netflix drama “Bond,” starring Kevin Hart and Amy Brenneman, has not received Emmys in the Emodramatic category, but it has won the Emmy Award for Outreach in a Dramatic Series.
ABC sitcom “Scandal,” starring Olivia Munn and Sarah Paulson, has garnered three Emos, and won the Outreach award for its portrayal of race relations in a fictional African-American family.
Netflix sitcom “Catch Me If You Can,” starring Katey Sagal and Peter Kraus, has six Emmys including Outreach for its story line, and Emodrama for its role of a gay man who is an outsider in a small town in the middle of the American Midwest.
Amazon original “Arrested Development,” starring James Marsters and Chris Colfer, has eight Emmys this season.
It received five Emojes for its season premiere episode, “Arrived Alive,” which featured the first of many episodes that will air on Netflix and Amazon Prime.
Netflix crime series “Pillowtalk,” starring Angela Bassett and Jason Bateman, is the third most-popular show on Amazon Prime in the category.
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