A host of stars have joined the roster of presenters at the 63rd annual Primetime Emmys. The newly added crop includes a number of actors from yet-to-premiere new series, several Emmy nominees and three of the four guest-acting winners from last week’s Creative Arts Emmys.
The lone guest acting winner not in the lineup for Sunday’s (Sept. 18) show is Justin Timberlake, who won for hosting “Saturday Night Live” in May. Gwyneth Paltrow (“Glee”), Loretta Devine (“Grey’s Anatomy”) and Paul McCrane (“Harry’s Law”) will be in attendance.
“Prime Suspect” star Maria Bello
“Bones” lead David Boreanaz
Last year’s host and a nominee this year, Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Kimmel, Fallon’s late-night buddy (they’ve been tweeting back and forth about presenting together)
“Charlie’s Angels” stars Annie Ilonzeh, Minka Kelly and Rachael Taylor and executive producer Drew Barrymore
“The Kennedys” star Katie Holmes
“House” star and nominee Hugh Laurie
William H. Macy of “Shameless”
“True Blood” star Anna Paquin
“Fringe” star Anna Torv (presumably the one from this universe)
David Spade of “Rules of Engagement”
Three-time Emmy winner Bryan Cranston of “Breaking Bad”
Nominee and past winner Jon Cryer of “Two and a Half Men”
“Hawaii Five-0” star Scott Caan
Claire Danes, a winner last year for “Temple Grandin” and star of Showtime’s new series “Homeland”
“Terra Nova” star Jason O’Mara (as previously reported here)
Kerry Washington, who stars in ABC’s midseason series “Scandal”
The Emmys air at 8 p.m. ET/5 PT Sunday on FOX.