Stars who died in the past year were honored during the Emmys In Memoriam segment on Monday night
However, Springer, Sands and Brown were noticeably absent from the segment at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles on Monday night.
“Tonight as we remember the legends of our industry we lost this past year, we celebrate their lives and legacy and the joy they brought to us,” said Sally Struthers as she and her former All in the Family costar Rob Reiner introduced the In Memoriam segment.
"We were part of a very unique family, not just the bunkers, but Norman Lear's extended family,” they added, paying tribute to Lear, who died last month at the age of 101.
“Over the decades, Norman brought us together and he created groundbreaking television shows that depicted real people,” Reiner said of Lear. “Made us laugh, made us think, made us feel.”
Following Reiner and Struthers' speech, Charlie Puth and The War and Treaty gave a moving performance of Puth's 2015 hit song “See You Again” and The Rembrandts’ Friends theme song, “I'll Be There for You,” paying tribute to Perry, who died in October 2023 at age 54.
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Other stars who were included in the In Memoriam included Treat Williams, Angus Cloud, Kirstie Alley, Harry Belafonte, Leslie Jordan, Ron Cephas Jones, Lance Reddick, Alan Arkin, Andre Braugher, Jim Brown, Bob Barker, Angela Lansbury and Paul Reubens.
See PEOPLE's full coverage of the 75th annual Primetime Emmy Awards as they were broadcast live on Fox from the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles.
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