The 73rd Emmy Awards will air Sunday, Sept. 19 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
Zendaya shared that the episodes will "give people a little something different with 'Euphoria' to hold us over until we're able to do a full season two."
Black Hollywood was on cloud nine for 24-year-old Zendaya as she made history with her very first Emmy win.
For the Emmys, Issa Rae reflects on being a Black creative and pitching her first-ever television show in Hollywood.
Dave Chappelle Claps Back At Critics And Honors Stan Lathan After Winning Three Emmys For ‘Sticks And Stones’
"You motherf***ers finally—gave him an Emmy tonight," Chappelle said about Lathan, his director.
“In my grandmother's quilt, there were no patches that represented Black people on television," he said.
The journalist-turned-scriptwriter also said, “Therapy Should Be Free.”
The actress is the youngest-ever winner of the category in history.
Watch Uzo Aduba Accept The 2020 Emmy Award For Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Limited Series or Movie
Aduba was the only Black woman in the running for the award.
This is King's fourth time winning an Emmy in her 35-year career.
The actor seemed genuinely shocked by the honor.
“As a parent that’s the most fulfilling that I could ever feel," said Ron.
He won the award for his work on Dave Chappelle's 2019 stand up comedy show "Sticks & Stones."
The actor and comedian has received five Emmy nominations throughout his acting career.
The 'Bad Hair' star and Emmy nominated actress is clearly not letting the pandemic slow down her momentum.
Remember Janelle Monáe's Oscar night showstopper? The Creative Arts Emmy’s did and Monáe's live show artistic director might walk home a winner on Saturday night.