Tony Awards (2015 - )


Tony Awards

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The American Theatre Wing?s Tony Awards® got their start in 1947 when the Wing established an awards program to celebrate excellence in the theatre. Named for Antoinette Perry, an actress, director, producer, and the dynamic wartime leader of the American Theatre Wing who had recently passed away, the Tony Awards made their official debut at a dinner in the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria hotel on Easter Sunday, April 6, 1947.

Seasons

46%
Critics Consensus: Although this year's Tony Awards succeeds at shining the spotlight on Broadway's most outstanding performers, James Corden's return as the host is notably underwhelming and mundane.

2019, CBS, 1 episodes

94%
Critics Consensus: Hosted by two affable theatre aficionados, The 72nd Tony Awards celebrates the Great White Way with a suitable amount of song, dance, and a little political spectacle from the one-and-only Robert De Niro.

2018, CBS, 1 episodes

47%
Critics Consensus: Although first-time host Kevin Spacey tries to give it his all, the actor flounders his duties due to antiquated jokes and odd, nonsensical impressions.

2017, CBS, 1 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: Thanks to James Corden's sweetly cordial performance as host, this year's Tony Awards is spectacularly jubilant, pleasantly comforting, and lovingly diverse.

2016, CBS, 1 episodes

82%
Critics Consensus: Hilariously lighthearted and endearingly whimsy, Broadway icons Kristen Chenoweth and Alan Cumming bring in the pizzazz as they host the 69th Tony Awards.

2015, CBS, 1 episodes

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Series Details

TV Network: CBS
Premiere Date: Jun 7, 2015
Genre: Special Interest
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