What Time Is The 2017 Emmys Red Carpet? Here's Everything You Need To Know

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The most magical red carpet event of the season is almost here. Grab your buttery popcorn and get your fingers ready to live tweet because the 2017 Emmys Awards are right around the corner. That means gorgeous gowns and soon-to-be iconic moments are coming up, too. While there's only one time to watch the Emmys red carpet, you have plenty of options for how you can watch. Here's all you need to know to be prepped and prepare.d

Let's get right to the good stuff. The Emmys red carpet will start at 6 p.m. ET/ 3 p.m. PT. From there, you'll have two hours of interviews, gorgeous outfits, and oh-and-ah moments to enjoy.

The Emmys will officially start at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT on CBS, if you're into actually watching the awards and not just seeing the style.

When it comes to red carpet coverage, you already know that E! News will be there. They will be taking their microphones and dramatic 360 cameras to capture all the action. You can see it all on the E! Network online and on cable.

They're not the only ones who will be there, either. If you want more traditional coverage, you can head over to Entertainment Tonight. The channel will be on the red carpet throughout the entire two-hours with more traditional fashion coverage.

If you lack cable, no need to worry about missing out. Entertainment Weekly and PEOPLE will be live-streaming the entire night, too. You can head over to ew.com on Sept. 17 to get internet-based style viewing.

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This red carpet is one that you definitely won't want to miss. While some award shows have a clear winner in sight, this award show is always a nail biter. That means more hopeful nominees walking into the show, which translates to even more outfits to see. It's a fashion lover's paradise.

From Netflix shows like The Crown and Stranger Things to cable classics like Modern Family and Black-ish, the blend of actors at the Emmys won't happen anywhere else.

Not to mention that Stephen Colbert will be hosting this year. The talk show host always brings tons of personality to the red carpet, so there will be more to watch than show-stopping fashions.

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Some iconic fashion moments have already come from the Emmy's this year, thanks to the prelude to the big show, the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. Earlier this month at the awards, a handful of stars, like Alexis Bledel, wore blue ribbons in honor of the ACLU. Their accessory mirrored the same style worn at the Oscars last year and New York Fashion Week this year.

There's no word on whether stars take the ribbon trend to the big show, but it will be a charitable trend to look out for on the red carpet.

As far as the actual outfits, it will be all about who decides to bring some personality to their look. Typically, the Emmys is all about looking classic and elegant, so it will be exciting to see who steps out of the box and brings a little more to the plate.

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Whether you're watching for the fashion, the interviews, or a mix of both, this is one event that you won't want to miss. And you'll want to remember to charge your phone to tweet out your fashionable opinions in real time. After all, there will be a lot to say.

Remember, the red carpet is Sept. 17 at 6 p.m. ET/ 3 p.m. PT. Because you won't want to be the only one left out of the buzzing conversation on Monday morning.