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Prime and Sky Network TV Have Emmys Covered

8 August 2006

Prime and Sky Network Television Have the Emmys Covered

PRIME and SKY Television are thrilled to bring you all the excitement and glamour of the 58th Annual Emmy Awards on Monday 28th August 2006.

The Emmy Awards recognise excellence within various areas of the television industry. The awards are a symbol of peer recognition from over 12,000 members of the Academy. Each member casts a ballot for the category of competition in their field of expertise. The annual Emmy Awards celebrate excellence in national prime-time programming, awarding top honours during the creative arts awards and the prime-time telecast.

E! Live from the Red Carpet: 10am – 12noon Monday 28th August.
Full coverage of the 58th Annual Emmy Awards will commence Monday morning at 10:00am with Live from the Red Carpet at the 2006 Primetime Emmy Awards, E! will be talking to all of your favourite television stars and Emmy nominees. E! has every position covered, get the first look a the gowns, glitz and your favourite celebrities.

SKY 1 58th Annual Emmy Awards LIVE: 12noon – 3pm Monday 28th August.
At mid-day, watch as the awards for the best performances are revealed, exclusively LIVE on SKY 1. Head to the 2006 Emmy Awards live to celebrate with this years’ Emmy Nominees and leading television stars. The Who’s Who of Hollywood, including the biggest names from our favourite television series’, turn out to celebrate the very best of the small screen.

PRIME Free-To-Air Coverage of 58th Annual Emmy Awards: 8:30pm – 10:30pm Monday 28th August.
PRIME will present free-to-air coverage of this glamorous event from 8:30pm that evening, Monday 28th August 2006.

E! Primetime Emmy Awards Fashion Police: 8:30pm, Wednesday 30th August
Join E! celebrity panellists for the low-down on what was hot and what was so not during this year's Emmy Awards red carpet extravaganza. The inside scoop from those that saw it in the flesh, brutally honest fashion industry insiders, style aficionados and haute couture hotties.

SKY is extremely well represented at the 58th Annual Emmy Awards, with past, present and future series from SKY 1, SKY Movies, PRIME, Rialto and Disney being nominated for statuettes in 2006.

Family Guy
The Simpsons
South Park
Will & Grace
Malcolm In The Middle
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Battlestar Galactica
That ‘70s Show
Masters Of Horror
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Penn & Teller: Bullshit
The Late Show With David Letterman
The Dog Whisperer
Stargate: Atlantis

Inside The Actors Studio

The Suite Life Of Zack And Cody

SKY Movies
Over There

Award winners will be announced on August 28 (NZ Time), from the Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium, LIVE on SKY 1.


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