On the Emmy Red Carpet with Variety and DIRECTV

On the Emmy Red Carpet with Variety and DIRECTV

During the 2022 Primetime Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles on September 12, DIRECTV and Variety joined forces on the red carpet to catch up with the stars and capture the energy of the evening. As always, it was a whirlwind of fashion, chatter and humor. Follow along for some of the highlights of Variety On the Carpet presented by DIRECTV.

See the full list of nominees and winners to see who took home the hardware.

It’s so Hard to Say Goodbye

Seth Meyers shares a few pearls of wisdom with departing SNL castmates.

Natasha Rothwell surprises everyone with news of her The White Lotus departure.

Hannah Waddingham collectively breaks hearts across the globe about the probability of Season 3 being Ted Lasso’s last.

Bob Odenkirk looks at Better Call Saul in the rear view mirror. 

Issa Rae talks about an emotional last day filming Insecure.

The Cheering Section

Freddie Highmore wants to meet the cast of Abbott Elementary.

Hannah Waddingham traded in her Richmond pom poms and is also rooting for Abbott Elementary.

Modesty Abound

Henry Winkler (Barry) is humbled by the nomination.

Sandra Oh (Killing Eve) says she never takes her nominations for granted.

Bowen Yang (SNL) on the surreal experience of being nominated for an Emmy.

Behind the Scenes on the Set

Ayo Edebiri reminisces about the “choreographed chaos” and on-set accidents during the filming of The Bear.

Kevin Pollak, Luke Kirby and Michael Zegen discuss filming the final season of Mrs. Maisel.

Co-Star Appreciation

Natasha Rothwell on keeping her cool alongside her hilarious co-star Jennifer Coolidge.

And gushes about her “genius” co-star, Murray Bartlett.

Henry Winkler talks up his Barry co-star Bill Hader.

Will Poulter (Dopesick) on Michael Keaton.

Looking Forward

Sheryl Lee Ralph is thinking big for Abbott Elementary’s future.

How many seasons will Hacks have?

Bob Odenkirk reflects on what’s coming next for him and his Better Call Saul co-stars.

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