Nominations for the 73rd Emmy Awards have been announced with The Crown and The Mandalorian jointly bagging most nominations with 24 each.
The two shows are followed by WandaVision(23), The Handmaid’s Tale(21), Saturday Night Live(21), Ted Lasso(20), Lovecraft Country(18), The Queen’s Gambit(18) and Mare of Easttown(16).
HBO/HBO Max leads the nominations in totals by platform with 130. Netflix has the second–most nominations with 129, and rounding out the top four are Disney+ with 71 and NBC with 46.
Bridgerton, Lovecraft Country and The Boys are newcomers to the Outstanding Drama Series category, joining returning nominees Pose, The Crown, The Mandalorian, This Is Us and previous category winner The Handmaid’s Tale.
Seventy–five percent of this year’s nominees for Outstanding Comedy Series are new to the category including Cobra Kai, Emily in Paris, Hacks, Pen15, Ted Lasso and The Flight Attendant.
Returning favorites include black–ish and The Kominsky Method. In total, there were 44 first–time performer nominations across the Lead, Supporting, Guest and Short Form categories this season. Jonathan Majors, Josh O’Connor andRegé–Jean Page received their first–ever Emmy nominations for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series joining previous Emmy winners in this category Sterling K. Brown, Billy Porter and Matthew Rhys.
Emma Corrin, Jurnee Smollett and Mj Rodriguez received their first nominations for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, while previous Emmy winner Uzo Aduba was nominated for the first time in this category. They are joined by returning nominee Olivia Colman and previous Emmy winner in this category Elisabeth Moss.
Kaley Cuoco received her first–ever Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, while previous Emmywinner Jean Smart and previous Emmy nominee Aidy Bryant were nominated for the first time in this category. They join previous Emmy nominee Tracee Ellis Ross and Emmy winner Allison Janney.
Jason Sudeikis received his first–ever Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, while previous Emmy winner Kenan Thompson was nominated for the first time in this category. They join six–time nominee in the category Anthony Anderson, along with previous Emmy winners Michael Douglas and William H. Macy.
Individuals with multiple nominations this year include David Attenborough, Sterling K. Brown, Aidy Bryant, Bo Burnham, Steven Canals, Dave Chapelle, Michaela Coel, Jon Favreau, Derek Hough, Brendan Hunt, Maya Rudolph, Jean Smart, Jason Sudeikis and Kenan Thompson.
Executive Producers Reginald Hudlin and Ian Stewart and Director Hamish Hamilton have been selected to helm the show for production companies Done+Dusted and Hudlin Entertainment.
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