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The schedule for the 2022-2023 Awards Season! – September 20 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!

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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
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Nov. 2-6: 2022 AFI Fest
Nov. 19: Oscars Governors Awards
Nov. 28: 2022 Gotham Awards ceremony

December 2022

Dec. 12: Oscars preliminary voting begins
Dec. 15: Oscars preliminary voting ends
Dec. 21: Oscars shortlists announcement
Dec. 31: Oscars eligibility period for films ends

January 2023

Jan. 10: National Board of Review gala
Jan. 12: Oscars nominations voting begins
Jan. 15: Critics Choice Awards ceremony
Jan. 17: Oscars nominations voting ends
Jan. 24: Oscars nominations announced

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.

February 2023

Feb. 13: Oscar nominees luncheon
Feb. 25: Annie Awards ceremony

March 2023

March2: Oscars final voting begins and March 7: Oscars final voting ends
March 12: 95th Academy Awards ceremony

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.”

TBA 2022-2023 awards season dates:

Grammys ceremony (and nominations/voting timeline)
Golden Globes ceremony (and nominations/voting timeline)
Screen Actors Guild Awards ceremony (and nominations/voting timeline)
BAFTA Awards ceremony (and nominations/voting timeline)
Film Independent Spirit Awards ceremony (and nominations/voting timeline)
NYFCC awards
LAFCA awards

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

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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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