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LOS ANGELES — The 75th Primetime Emmy Awards are making their grand return Monday after a four-month delay.
Television's annual celebration, typically held in September, was pushed to January as a result of the historic Hollywood strikes. The ceremony is now happening in the heart of Hollywood's traditional awards season. 
The strike-delayed Emmy Awards are airing Monday night from Peacock Theater in downtown Los Angeles, with Anthony Anderson hosting the ceremony.
The “black-ish” star is tasked with hosting at a time when emceeing awards shows is hardly a coveted job, especially after comic Jo Koy was widely roasted for his Golden Globes performance last weekend.
Anderson, who has been nominated for multiple Emmy Awards, is a first-time host for the ceremony. 
He said he's coming in relaxed and relieved, because for the first time in nearly a decade, he's not a nominee. He never won an Emmy despite 11 nominations as a producer and actor for his former show, “black-ish.”
“All the pressure is off of me now,” Anderson, now the host of Fox's “We Are Family,” said during ceremony preparations. "I don’t have to sit there and wonder, am I going to win? Am I going to get it? What time are they going to get to this category? I just get to come up here and be myself.”
The "black-ish" actor is a seasoned host as he's emceed the NAACP Image Awards eight times.
The show begins at 8 p.m. Eastern and is being shown live on Fox, which is available with an antenna or through cable and satellite providers.
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