Nominees and perennial favorites join a roster of presenters that includes Julia Roberts, Bryan Cranston and Stephen Colbert
The final wave of Emmy presenters for Monday's ceremony have been announced.
The stars who will take the stage to present their fellow industry members with awards include Uzo Aduba — already an Emmy winner this year for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for her role on Netflix's “Orange is the New Black” — and Joe Morton, who took home the trophy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for his role on ABC's “Scandal.”
Lena Headey, who's nominated for Best Supporting Actress for “Game of Thrones,” will present, as will Ricky Gervais, nominated for Netflix series “Derek,” and Chris Hardwick, host of the Emmy-nominated Comedy Central series “@midnight.”
Scott Bakula of the upcoming CBS series “NCIS: New Orleans” and Katherine Heigl, making her return to television with NBC's “State of Affairs,” are additional presenters. John Mulaney, who will star in Fox sitcom “Mulaney,” and Kate Walsh, starring in NBC's “Bad Judge,” also will handle presenting duties.
This year's Emmys ceremony will be telecast live on Aug. 25 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC, with Seth Meyers hosting.