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The schedule for the 2022-2023 Awards Season! – Feb 21 Update

Find out with us what will be the most interesting awards of 2022-2023 for cinema and TV series and their announcement dates, as well as the most famous festivals and dates in which they will take place!

May 2022

May 9: Tony Awards nominations announced
May17-28: 2022 Cannes Film Festival (ending with Palme d’Or awards ceremony)
May 31: Emmys eligibility period ends (began on June 1, 2021)

June 2022

June5: 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards ceremony
June 6-9: 2022 Peabody Awards winners announced
June12: 2022 Tony Awards ceremony (hosted by Ariana DeBose)
June 16: Emmys nomination voting begins
June 26: 2022 BET Awards ceremony (hosted by Taraji P. Henson)
June 27: Emmys nomination voting ends

July 2022

July 12: Emmys nominations announced

August 2022

Aug. 12: Emmys final voting begins
Aug. 22: Emmys final voting ends
Aug. 28: 2022 MTV VMAs ceremony
Aug. 31-Sept. 10: 2022 Venice International Film Festival

September 2022

Sept. 1-5: Telluride Film Festival (not officially announced, occurs yearly over Labor Day weekend)
Sept. 3-4: Creative Arts Emmys and Ball
Sept. 8-18: 2022 Toronto International Film Festival (ending with TIFF People’s Choice Award presentation)
Sept. 12: 2022 Emmys ceremony
Sept. 30-Oct. 16: 2022 New York Film Festival

November 2022

Nov. 2-6: 2022 AFI Fest
Nov. 15: Grammys nominations announced
Nov. 19: Oscars Governors Awards
Nov. 22: Film Independent Spirit Awards nominations announced
Nov. 28: 2022 Gotham Awards ceremony

December 2022

Dec. 2: NYFCC Awards
Dec. 6: Critics Choice Awards TV nominations announced
Dec. 11: LAFCA Awards
Dec. 12: Oscars preliminary voting begins
Dec. 12: PGA Awards documentary nominations announced
Dec. 12: Golden Globes nominations announced
Dec. 13: Film Independent Spirit Awards TV nominations announced
Dec. 14: Critics Choice Awards film nominations announced
Dec. 15: Oscars preliminary voting ends
Dec. 21: Oscars shortlists announcement
Dec. 31: Oscars eligibility period for films ends

January 2023

Jan. 5: Palm Springs International Film Festival
Jan. 8: National Board of Review Awards
Jan. 9: Art Directors Guild nominations announced
Jan-9: American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) nominations announced
Jan9: Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE) nominations announced

Jan. 10: National Board of Review gala
Jan10: Golden Globes ceremony
Jan. 11: Directors Guild of America (DGA) nominations announced
Jan11: Makeup and Hair Stylists Guild (MUAH) nominations announced
Jan11: Screen Actors Guild (SAG) nominations announced
Jan. 12: Producers Guild of America (PGA) nominations announced
Jan12: NAACP Image Awards nominations announced
Jan12: Costume Designers Guild (CDG) nominations announced
Jan. 15: Critics Choice Awards
Jan. 18: USC Scripter Awards nominations announced
Jan. 19: British Academy Film (BAFTA) nominations announced
Jan. 24: Academy Awards nominations announced
Jan. 25: Writers Guild of America (WGA) nominations announced

February 2023

Feb. 1: American Cinema Editors (ACE) Eddie nominations announced
Feb. 5: Grammy Awards
Feb. 8: Santa Barbara International Film Festival
Feb. 11: MUAH Awards
Feb. 17: AARP Movies for Grownups Awards
Feb. 18: DGA Awards
Feb. 19: BAFTA Awards
Feb. 25: PGA Awards 
Annie Awards
NAACP Image Awards
Feb. 26: SAG Awards
MPSE Awards
Feb. 27: CDG Awards


March 1: AAFCA Awards
March 4: CAS Awards
Independent Spirit Awards
 USC Scripter Awards
March 5: ACE Eddies Awards 
  ASC Awards
WGA Awards
March 9: Casting Society Awards (Artios Awards)
March 12: Academy Awards

May 2023

May 2: Tony Awards nominations announced

JUNE 2023

June 11: Tony Awards

JULY 2023

July 12: Emmy Awards nominations announced


SeptTBA: Creative Arts Awards 
Sept. TBA: Primetime Emmy Awards

Sept. 18: Emmy Awards 2023. The 75th annual edition will air live coast to coast on Fox from 8 to 11 p.m. ET / 5 to 8 p.m. PT.


Jan. 7 81st Annual Golden Globe Awards

2023 Critics Choice Awards Sets Chelsea Handler as Host

After Taye Diggs hosted the Critics Choice Awards four years in a row, there will be a new emcee in 2023.

The Critics Choice Association (CCA) has announced that Chelsea Handler will host the 28th annual Critics Choice Awards, which will air live on Sunday, January 15, 2023, at 7/6c on The CW, from the Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles.

We are thrilled to have Chelsea Handler joining us at the 28th annual Critics Choice Awards,” said CCA CEO Joey Berlin in a statement. “We all know and love her work as a standup comedian, a best-selling author, a podcast host, and actress — and now as host of the Critics Choice Awards! I know this will be the best year yet and can’t wait for everyone to see what we have in store.”

Golden Globes Are Back on Television on NBC in 2023

After one year off the airwaves, the Golden Globe Awards are officially returning to television in 2023 on NBC.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), Dick Clark Productions (dcp)and NBC unveiled the news that the annual awards event would air live coast-to-coast on the broadcast network and its streaming counterpart Peacock on Tuesday, January 10, 2023.

Viewed in more than 220 countries and territories across the world, The Golden Globe Awards recognizes achievement in both film and television. NBC has aired the awards show in the past, but previously pulled the annual event from its lineup after the HFPA’s lack of diversity came into question.

Ana de Armas, Billy Porter, Jamie Lee Curtis and Quentin Tarantino to Present at 2023 Golden Globes

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has announced presenters for the 80th Golden Globes.

The lineup for the Jan. 10 festivities includes nominees Ana de Armas, Jamie Lee Curtis and Niecy Nash as well as Ana Gasteyer, Billy Porter, Colman Domingo,  Natasha Lyonne, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Nicole Byer, Quentin Tarantino and Tracy Morgan.

As Variety was first to report, other nominees expected to appear at the ceremony include Austin Butler (“Elvis”); “The Fabelmans” team of Steven Spielberg, Michelle Williams and Tony Kushner; and, most likely, Daniel Craig (“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery”). The team behind animated film nominee “Turning Red,” including director Domee Shi, is expected, as is “Decision to Leave” director Park Chan-wook, whose film is up for best non-English language film. “All Quiet on the Western Front” stars Felix Kammerer and Daniel Brühl are also on the list.

TV nominees who will be in the room include Kevin Costner (“Yellowstone”), Sheryl Lee Ralph (“Abbott Elementary”), double-nominee Julia Garner (“Ozark” and “Inventing Anna”), Niecy Nash (“Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story”), Elizabeth Debicki (“The Crown’), “Hacks” co-stars Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder, Jenna Ortega (“Wednesday”), Kaley Cuoco (“The Flight Attendant”), Jessica Chastain (“George & Tammy”) and Jeremy Allen White (“The Bear”). Andrew Garfield (“Under the Banner of Heaven”) is likely to attend.

2023 Oscars ceremony would include “great legacy surprises”

“We are hard at work on the show — we started very early this year,” said Academy CEO Bill Kramer, who fronted the panel alongside the organization’s newly elected president, Janet Yang. “All I will say is that we’re moving forward. It’s going to be a return to a show that’s about a love of cinema, international cinema, diverse artists. And it’s our 95th Oscars, so there are going to be some great legacy surprises.”

Oscars 2023 Will Include All 23 Categories Presented Live on Air

Bill Kramer, CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, announced the news exclusively to Variety Tuesday morning. “I can confirm that all categories will be included in the live telecast,” he said.

The news comes after eight different Oscar categories — original score, makeup and hairstyling, documentary short, film editing, production design, animated short, live action short and sound — were cut from the main telecast at the 2022 Academy Awards, leading to much outrage across the film industry.

“We are committed to having a show that celebrates the artisans, the arts and sciences and the collaborative nature of moviemaking. This is very much what the mission of the Academy is, and I am very hopeful that we can do a show that celebrates all components of moviemaking in an entertaining and engaging way,” Kramer said.

Keep following us to stay updated on the world of TV series and cinema, the 2022-2023 Awards Season and more.

Desirèe Bernardin

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Aurora Odolini
Aurora Odolini
Currently studying Communication sciences, when I’m not crying for university, I’m crying for TV series. I like running off into imaginary worlds because they’re way better than reality. Oscar nominated for mental movies. A perfect mix of Jane Sloan, Jessica Day and Clary Morgenstern (The book version, though). In my free time, I write articles and TV series reviews, so to combine two biggest passions of mine.


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