ENTERTAINMENT-US-EMMY-AWARDSIt's almost time for TV's biggest night, and ABC just shared the list of presenters for the 2016 Emmy Awards.



Here's Group 1, announced September 1:






Anthony Anderson – nominee, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for "black-ish" (ABC)



Aziz Ansari – nominee, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for "Master of None" (Netflix)



Kristen Bell – "Good Place" (NBC)



Julie Bowen – two-time Emmy winner, "Modern Family" (ABC)



Priyanka Chopra – "Quantico" (ABC)



James Corden – triple nominee, Outstanding Interactive Program, Outstanding Variety Music Or Comedy Special, Outstanding Variety Series Talk for "The Late Late Show with James Corden" (CBS)



Larry David – previous Emmy winner and current nominee, Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for "SNL" (NBC), "Curb Your Enthusiasm" (HBO)



Taraji P. Henson – nominee, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for "Empire" (FOX)



Randall Park – "Fresh Off the Boat" (ABC)



Andy Samberg – Golden Globe winner, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" (FOX)



Liev Schreiber – nominee, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for "Ray Donovan" (SHOWTIME)



Michael Weatherly – "Bull" (CBS)





They made sure to add all the network affiliations so no one accused them of just picking ABC people. The host is an ABC guy, though: Jimmy Kimmel, returning for a second time.



On September 14, ABC shared another batch of presenters:






Kyle Chandler – Previous Emmy winner and current nominee for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series – "Bloodline" (Netflix)



Bryan Cranston – Multiple Emmy winner, Golden Globe winner, Academy Award Nominee, producer of the upcoming television series "Sneaky Pete" (Amazon) and current two-time Emmy nominee for "All The Way" (HBO) - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie, and Outstanding Made for Television Movie in his executive producer role



Claire Danes - Multiple Emmy winner, four-time Golden Globe winner and current two–time Emmy nominee for "Homeland" (Showtime) - Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, and Outstanding Drama Series in her co-executive producer role



Michelle Dockery – Three-time Emmy nominee – "Downton Abbey" ("Masterpiece" on PBS) and starring in the upcoming "Good Behavior" (TNT)



Minnie Driver – Previous Emmy, Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee, and star of upcoming "Speechless" (ABC)



Tony Goldwyn – Previous Screen Actors Guild nominee and current star of "Scandal" (ABC)



Terrence Howard – Screen Actors Guild winner, previous Academy and Golden Globe nominee, star of "Empire"(FOX)



Allison Janney – Multiple Emmy winner, multiple Golden Globe nominee, and current Emmy nominee for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series – "Mom" (CBS)



Rami Malek – Current Emmy nominee for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series – "Mr. Robot" (USA)



Abigail Spencer – Critics Choice Television Award nominee and star of upcoming "Timeless" (NBC)



Kiefer Sutherland – Previous Emmy Award and Golden Globe winner, nominee and current star of upcoming "Designated Survivor" (ABC)



Hank Azaria – Multiple Emmy winner, Screen Actors Guild winner and most recently 68th Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series – "Ray Donovan" (Showtime)



Margo Martindale – Multiple Emmy winner, most recently 68th Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series – "The Americans" (FX)

Tina Fey – Multiple Emmy and Golden Globe winner, most recently 68th Emmy Award winner with her "SNL" co-host Amy Poehler for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series – "Saturday Night Live" (NBC)



Amy Poehler – Multiple Emmy nominee, Golden Globe and 68th Emmy Award winner with her "SNL" co-host Tina Fey for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series – "Saturday Night Live" (NBC)



Peter Scolari – 68th Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series – "Girls" (HBO)






The 68th Primetime Emmy Awards will broadcast Sunday, September 18, starting with the "Countdown to the Emmy Awards: Red Carpet Live" at 7 p.m. EDT on ABC. Here's a printable Emmys ballot, featuring all of the nominees.



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