The Primetime Emmy Awards will not have a host this year as producers want to dedicate more time to the groundbreaking shows which have come to an end.
The annual ceremony - which recognises excellence in television - will take place next month without a main anchor because producers would rather use the event to highlight some of the huge shows which have ended for good in recent months.
Charlie Collier, Fox Entertainment CEO, explained during the Television Critics Association (TCA) summer press tour: "We've been working hard on the Emmys, and the Emmys will go hostless this year.
"Our job is to assess how to elevate the program in the year we're lucky enough to broadcast it.
"What's interesting about this year to me is how many amazing shows we're saying goodbye to. You've got "Game of Thrones", our own "Empire", "Veep" and "Big Bang Theory".