What is an Emmy? Breaking down the award

What is an Emmy? Breaking down the award

The Emmy Awards bring together some of television's biggest stars. It is in the news with the big names in the nominations.

The Emmy Awards are only awarded for television shows while Oscars are awarded for films.

It is one of the most prestigious awards in television that was started in 1949 by Syd Cassy.

When the Emmys first started, tickets were just $5 for the event and there were only six awards given out.

The event has grown and brings together the biggest names in television. It also pulls in millions of viewers at home each year.

If a show originally airs on American television, it qualifies for an Emmy after paying close to $300 as entry fees.

An Emmy award costs $400 and more than five hours of labor to make.

The Emmy awards will happen on the 12th of September 2022.