FOX NFL Sunday tackles the red carpet

FOX NFL Sunday goes where no pregame sports show has gone before and will broadcast from the Emmy Awards red carpet on Sept. 20 at noon. Later that day, of course, the Awards telecast will be on the network at 8p. “The Emmys are one of the most prestigious and anticipated television events of the year,” said John Entz, President of Production, FOX Sports. “There’s no doubt that we can kick off the excitement and pageantry by having FOX NFL SUNDAY live on the red carpet all day. We plan on speaking to many of the talented stars on the carpet who happen to be huge football fans.”

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