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The 21st annual Critics' Choice Awards will be held on 17 January at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica. The two-hour show will be hosted by comedian T.J. Miller and will broadcast live at 8pm ET/5pm PT on Lifetime, A&E and LMN.
The award ceremony can be watched online via live streaming on the A&E TV website. For live updates, keep an eye on the Critics Choice Awards Facebook page. Twitter updates can be followed on @CriticsChoice. Viewers can also share their best moments with #CriticsChoice.
Ahead of the event, Miller talked about his preparations for the night. He told the Los Angeles Times: "You kind of need as much help as you can get. As you saw, Ricky Gervais got slaughtered after the [Golden] Globes. My show is going to be completely different than that. It's not going to be about, 'Who's T.J. going to cut into next? Who is he going to make feel uncomfortable?' There is a schadenfreude in that that I don't particularly enjoy."
"The joke of Hollywood is that it's filled with scum and hollowness and emptiness, and you guys are all whining brats. To me, it's more interesting to look at how important culture, and how important art, is in people's lives right now. That stems from me as a comedian thinking comedy is really important. Life is hard. Not great. Kind of tragic. So what I want to do is keep momentum going and remind people that this is fun. Even the losers should really have a good time tonight. Have a good time, enjoy the drink, and celebrate some of the better stories," he added.
Check out the full list of nominees for the 2016 Critics Choice Awards in case you missed them.