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"Saturday Night Live" star Keenan Thompson will host the 2022 Emmy Awards on Monday, September 12. It's incredibly exciting to be a part of this incredible night of celebration, and it's even more special to do it with my longtime network family, NBC," said Thompson, 44. he said in a statement Tuesday. "Like all TV fans, we can't wait to see the stars of our favorite shows." Sometimes broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. ET/PT at 5 p.m. NBC.
This show will also stream on Peacock. The Creative Arts ceremony will take place on September 3rd and He on September 4th.
NBCUniversal Television and Live Event Streaming His Executive VP, Jennil, spilled over to Nickelodeon. She is her own statement alum. “Kennan has been hailed as one of the funniest, likeable and accomplished performers of the last 20 years, and his tenure on Saturday Night Live speaks for itself. Thompson knows he will bring excitement and professionalism to the Emmy Awards .
Thompson, who will be entering his 20th season on SNL later this year, will be an Emmy nominee. I'm a regular. He has been nominated for his six Emmy Awards, last year he won Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for "Kenan" and Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for "SNL" twice. .
Thompson won an Emmy Award in 2018 for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for the SNL song "Come Back, Barack."
The "Kenan and Kell" star did a live comedy sketch in 2003. I joined the cast of the show. The show through will end soon.
Last month he starred in Charlamagne tha God's "Hell of a Week" series, where creator Lorne Michaels, 77, will be in 2024-25. If he retired after the season, the show could end properly.
"There are rumors that the show will end after his 50th season because Lorne Michaels doesn't want to do it after he is 80. Is that true?" I wondered.
"50 is a good number to stop," says Thompson said.
"[NBC] may cut budgets, but at that point, we can't really do the same kind of show," he continued. "So it's unfair to see it actually go up in flames because of these limits. Limiting them to 50 might not be a bad idea."