emmyIf you’re an Emmy viewer but you’ve made your international travel plans for August forgetting that the awards show airs on August 29 this year because of NBC’s NFL coverage, you’re still probably OK as the Emmys will be broadcast in more than 150 territories.

U.K.-based Fireworks International, which distributes the Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony internationally, announced a slew of  new deals and renewals for the three-hour show with broadcasters including Orbit Showtime (Middle East), Turner Entertainment (Germany), RTE (Ireland), Sony Latin America (Latin America), TV3 (American Samoa), M-Net (Africa), Fiji TV (Fiji), Metropolis for True Vision (Thailand) and Non-Stop (Scandinavia, Benelux and Baltics). Under ongoing agreements, the event will continue to be be broadcast via AXN (Japan),  TV2 (Denmark), SET (Spain and Portugal), HBO Ceska (Eastern Europe), Hot Vision (Israel), Orion Cinema Network (Korea), TV3 Media Prima (Malaysia), ABS-CBN (Philippines) and CNBC (Turkey).