Kerry Washington, Reese Witherspoon Brainstorm Virtual Emmys Attire and Takeout Options (Video)

“So have you decided what you’re wearing on your couch at this year’s Emmys?” Washington asks her co-star

What’s the dress code for a virtual awards ceremony? That was one of many questions about the virtual Emmys that were on Kerry Washington and Reese Witherspoon’s minds during Monday’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

“So have you decided what you’re wearing on your couch at this year’s Emmys?” Washington, who was filling in as guest host for Jimmy Kimmel, asked her “Little Fires Everywhere” co-star.

“You know, I don’t know anything about the Emmys, other than I think Jimmy is hosting it, right?” Witherspoon responded.

Yes, Kimmel will be hosting the 2020 Emmys, which take place virtually (due to the pandemic) on Sept. 20. And once Washington and Witherspoon realized that they demanded answers from the currently vacationing ABC late-night host.

“I know, but he’s not here to take our questions about what it’s going to be!” said Washington, who is nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her part in Hulu’s “Little Fires Everywhere.”

“We have a lot of followup questions!” Reese said, with Kerry adding: “Jimmy, come back from vacation!”

Washington then asked Witherspoon, whose production banner Hello Sunshine has garnered 18 Emmy nominations this year, if she’ll be forcing her family to sit down and take part in the Television Academy’s virtual ceremony next month.

“Oh my gosh, I guess so, yeah?” she said. “I mean, it’s going to be sort of a different experience. Are we all going to be in our pajamas, or? I’m going to be eating takeout, for sure.”

“Yes, yes,” Washington agreed.

Fall TV 2020: All the Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows – So Far (Photos)

  • Fall will be here before we know it, and it’s safe to say that when it arrives, everyone will still be staying at home as much as possible to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Luckily, dozens of new and returning shows are premiering this autumn to keep you company. TheWrap has rounded up all the dates we know — so far — for Fall TV shows’ debuts. We will continue to update the list as more become available.

    For the purposes of this gallery, we’ve designated Sept. 1 as the beginning of fall rather than the official Sept. 22 start, since “Fall TV” is sure to be more loosely defined this year.

    Showtime/FX/Hulu/Fox

  • Series:  “Teen Mom 2”         Net:  MTV      Premiere Date: Tuesday, Sept. 1        Time: 8 p.m.

    MTV

  • Series:   “Transplant”       Net: NBC       Premiere Date:  Tuesday, Sept. 1       Time: 10 p.m.

    NBC

  • Series:  “A.P. Bio”         Net:  Peacock      Premiere Date:  Thursday, Sept. 3       Time: N/A

    Peacock

  • Series:   “Raised by Wolves”        Net:  HBO Max     Premiere Date: Thursday, Sept. 3        Time: N/A

    HBO Max

  • Series:  “Away”         Net: Netflix       Premiere Date: Friday, Sept. 4         Time: N/A

    Netflix

  • Series:  “The Boys”         Net:  Amazon Prime Video      Premiere Date:  Friday, Sept. 5       Time: N/A

    Amazon Prime Video

  • Series:  “Power Book II: Ghost”         Net:   Starz     Premiere Date:  Sunday, Sept. 6       Time: 9 p.m.

    Starz

  • Series:   “American Ninja Warrior”       Net: NBC      Premiere Date:  Monday, Sept. 7       Time: 8 p.m.

    NBC

  • Series:   “L.A’s Finest”     Net: Spectrum Originals       Premiere Date:  Wednesday, Sept. 9       Time: N/A

    Spectrum Originals

  • Series:  “Woke”         Net:  Hulu      Premiere Date:  Wednesday, Sept. 9       Time: N/A

    Hulu

  • Series:  “Julie and the Phantoms”         Net:  Netflix      Premiere Date:  Thursday, Sept. 10       Time: N/A

    Netflix

  • Series:  “The Third Day”         Net:  HBO      Premiere Date:  Monday, Sept. 14       Time: 9 p.m.

    HBO

  • Series:  “We Are Who We Are”         Net:  HBO      Premiere Date:  Monday, Sept. 14       Time: 10 p.m.

    HBO

  • Series:   “Enslaved”       Net: Epix       Premiere Date:  Monday, Sept. 14     Time: 10 p.m.

    Epix

  • Series:  “Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous”         Net: Netflix       Premiere Date:  Friday, Sept. 18       Time: N/A

    Hulu

  • Series:  “Pen15”         Net: Hulu       Premiere Date: Friday, Sept. 18        Time: N/A

    Hulu

  • Series:  “Ratched”         Net:  Netflix      Premiere Date:  Friday, Sept. 18       Time: N/A

    Netflix

  • Series:   “World’s Funniest Animals”       Net: The CW       Premiere Date:  Friday, Sept. 18      Time: 9 p.m.

  • Series: “L.A.’s Finest”*         Net:  Fox      Premiere Date: Monday, Sept. 21      Time: 8 p.m.  *Broadcast debut of Spectrum Originals series’ first season

    Fox

  • Series: “Filthy Rich”         Net:  Fox      Premiere Date: Monday, Sept. 21      Time: 9 p.m.

    Fox

  • Series: “A Wilderness of Error”         Net:  FX      Premiere Date: Friday, Sept. 25      Time: 8 p.m.

    FX

  • Series:  “The Simpsons”         Net:  Fox      Premiere Date: Sunday, Sept. 27        Time: 8 p.m.

    Fox

  • Series:  “Bless the Harts”          Net:  Fox      Premiere Date:  Sunday, Sept. 27       Time: 8:30 p.m.

    Fox

  • Series:  “Bob’s Burgers”         Net:  Fox      Premiere Date: Sunday, Sept. 27        Time: 9 p.m.

    Fox

  • Series:  “The Comey Rule”         Net: Showtime       Premiere Date: Sunday, Sept. 27        Time: 9 p.m.

    Showtime

  • Series:  “Family Guy”         Net:  Fox      Premiere Date:  Sunday, Sept. 27       Time: 9:30 p.m.

    Fox

  • Series:  “Fargo”          Net:  FX      Premiere Date:  Sunday, Sept. 27       Time: 10 p.m.

    FX

  • Series:  “Gangs of London”         Net:  AMC+      Premiere Date:   Thursday, Oct. 1      Time: N/A

    AMC

  • Series:  “The Salisbury Poisonings”         Net: AMC+       Premiere Date: Thursday, Oct. 1        Time: N/A

    AMC

  • Series:   “Monsterland”        Net:  Hulu      Premiere Date: Friday, Oct. 2        Time: N/A

    Getty

  • Series:   “Pandora”       Net: The CW       Premiere Date:  Sunday, Oct. 4     Time: 8 p.m.

  • Series:  “The Good Lord Bird”         Net: Showtime       Premiere Date:  Sunday, Oct. 4       Time: 9 p.m.

    Showtime

  • Series:   “Britannia”       Net: Epix       Premiere Date:  Sunday Oct. 4      Time: 9 p.m.

    Epix

  • Series:  “The Walking Dead: World Beyond”         Net:  AMC      Premiere Date:  Sunday, Oct. 4      Time: 10 p.m.

    AMC

  • Series:  “Soulmates”         Net: AMC       Premiere Date:  Monday, Oct. 5       Time: 10 p.m.

    AMC

  • Series:   “Swamp Thing”*       Net: The CW       Premiere Date: Tuesday, Oct. 6      Time: 8 p.m.

    *Broadcast debut of DC Universe series’ first season

    DC Universe

  • Series:   “Next”        Net:  Fox      Premiere Date:  Tuesday, Oct. 6       Time: 9 p.m.

    Fox

  • Series:   “Devils”       Net: The CW       Premiere Date: Wednesday, Oct. 7   Time: 8 p.m.

    The CW

  • Series:  “Coroner”         Net:  The CW      Premiere Date:  Wednesday, Oct. 7       Time: 9 p.m.

    The CW

  • Series:   “Supernatural”       Net: The CW       Premiere Date: Thursday, Oct. 8   Time: 8 p.m.

    The CW

  • Series:   “The Outpost”       Net: The CW       Premiere Date: Thursday, Oct. 8   Time: 9 p.m.

    The CW

  • Series: “Fear the Walking Dead”          Net:  AMC      Premiere Date:  Sunday, Oct. 11       Time: 9 p.m.

    AMC

  • Series:   “Tell Me a Story”*       Net: The CW       Premiere Date: Tuesday, Oct. 13   Time: 9 p.m.

    *Broadcast debut of CBS All Access series’ first season

    The CW

  • Series:  “Star Trek: Discovery”         Net: CBS All Access       Premiere Date:   Thursday, Oct. 15      Time: N/A

    CBS All Access

  • Series:   “Helstrom”        Net:  Hulu       Premiere Date:  Friday, Oct. 16       Time: N/A

    Hulu

  • Series:   “The Undoing”        Net:  HBO      Premiere Date:  Sunday, Oct. 25       Time: 9 p.m.

    HBO

  • Series:   “Animaniacs”       Net: Hulu       Premiere Date:  Friday, Nov. 20       Time: N/A

    Hulu

Here’s when 47 broadcast, cable and streaming series debut and come back

Fall will be here before we know it, and it’s safe to say that when it arrives, everyone will still be staying at home as much as possible to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Luckily, dozens of new and returning shows are premiering this autumn to keep you company. TheWrap has rounded up all the dates we know — so far — for Fall TV shows’ debuts. We will continue to update the list as more become available.

For the purposes of this gallery, we’ve designated Sept. 1 as the beginning of fall rather than the official Sept. 22 start, since “Fall TV” is sure to be more loosely defined this year.

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