Four years after his first hosting stint, Harris returns to emcee the Emmys. But his performance earns less than stellar reviews, in part due to the slow-moving and uneven nature of the show. "In his great favor, Harris comes across as a professional, likable young performer who takes his hosting job – or jobs – seriously and who respects the event he's there to represent," writes USA Today. "He didn't tarnish the winners' evening, but he did nothing to burnish it, either."
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