68th Emmy® Awards Announce Final Round Of Star Presenters!

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With the Emmys® coming up on Sunday (CBS, 8/7C), the Academy has announced its final round of presenters, including multiple-Emmy® winners Margo Martindale, Bryan Cranston, Claire Danes and Allison Janney.

For the complete list, follow the jump.

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Another group of television’s top talent has been confirmed to present at the 68th Emmy Awards, telecast live on Sunday, September 18 (8:00–11:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC.

These esteemed presenters are Emmy, Golden Globe and Grammy winners, and include:

Kyle Chandler – Previous Emmy winner and current nominee for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series – “Bloodline” (Netflix)

Bryan Cranston – Multiple Emmy winner, Golden Globe winner, Academy Award Nominee, producer of the upcoming television series “Sneaky Pete” (Amazon) and current two-time Emmy nominee for “All The Way” (HBO) – Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie, and Outstanding Made for Television Movie in his executive producer role

Claire Danes – Multiple Emmy winner, four-time Golden Globe winner and current two–time Emmy nominee for “Homeland” (Showtime) – Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, and Outstanding Drama Series in her co-executive producer role

Michelle Dockery – Three-time Emmy nominee – “Downton Abbey” (“Masterpiece” on PBS) and starring in the upcoming “Good Behavior” (TNT)

Minnie Driver – Previous Emmy, Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee, and star of upcoming “Speechless” (ABC)

Tony Goldwyn – Previous Screen Actors Guild nominee and current star of “Scandal” (ABC)

Terrence Howard – Screen Actors Guild winner, previous Academy and Golden Globe nominee, star of “Empire”(FOX)

Allison Janney – Multiple Emmy winner, multiple Golden Globe nominee, and current Emmy nominee for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series – “Mom” (CBS)

Rami Malek – Current Emmy nominee for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series – “Mr. Robot” (USA)

Abigail Spencer – Critics Choice Television Award nominee and star of upcoming “Timeless” (NBC)

Kiefer Sutherland – Previous Emmy Award and Golden Globe winner, nominee and current star of upcoming “Designated Survivor” (ABC)

Joining the prestigious lineup of 68th Emmy Awards presenters, subsequent to their Emmy wins at last weekend’s Creative Arts Awards are:

Hank Azaria – Multiple Emmy winner, Screen Actors Guild winner and most recently 68th Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series – “Ray Donovan” (Showtime)

Margo Martindale – Multiple Emmy winner, most recently 68th Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series – “The Americans” (FX)

Tina Fey – Multiple Emmy and Golden Globe winner, most recently 68th Emmy Award winner with her “SNL” co-host Amy Poehler for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series – “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

Amy Poehler – Multiple Emmy nominee, Golden Globe and 68th Emmy Award winner with her “SNL” co-host Tina Fey for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series – “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

Peter Scolari – 68th Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series – “Girls” (HBO)

Produced by Don Mischer Productions, the “68th Emmy Awards” will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and begins with “Countdown to the Emmy Awards: Red Carpet Live” at 7:00 p.m. EDT on Sunday, September 18. The telecast will air live on ABC from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. If you plan to tweet this story, please use #Emmys and mention the official Emmys Twitter handle @televisionacad.