If the WGA strike sends the Oscars the way of the Golden Globes, Sunday night’s 14th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (Sunday night on TNT and TBS, 8 p.m. ET) could be your only true red carpet movie star event of the season. And the networks know it: TNT and TBS will be broadcasting red carpet shows online, beginning at 6:20 p.m. ET, while E! and TV Guide will have their usual cameras in place for the tube. (You can’t blame them: even the scheduled presenters list is impressive — Tom Cruise, Russell Crowe, Tommy Lee Jones, Viggo Mortensen, and about 30 more movie and TV A-listers.)
As for EW.com’s coverage, we’ll have your winners’ list, of course, as well as Annie Barrett’s take on the night’s best and worst moments and Dave Karger’s analysis of how SAG’s movie winners’ list will affect the Oscar race. Tell us, PopWatchers: will you be watching?
addCredit(“SAG Award trophy: Tommy Baynard”)