HBO's seminal fantasy drama picked up the most nominations including Outstanding Drama and supporting acting nods for Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey and Peter Dinklage. Dinklage makes history this year as the most-nominated actor ever in the category with seven nominations total; he previously won in 2011 and 2015.
Lorne Michaels' long-running series earned 21 nominations, including Outstanding Variety Sketch Series and Writing for a Variety Sketch Series. Plus, Kenan Thompson picked up his first acting nod for Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. After breaking Darrell Hammond's record as the longest-tenured cast member with 15 seasons, it's safe to say that this nomination is long overdue.
The second season of HBO's enigmatic sci-fi drama was a hit among critics and fans alike, which is why it's not surprising that the show picked up 21 Emmy nominations this year, including Outstanding Drama Series. Plus, Ed Harris and Jeffrey Wright secured nods for lead actor, Evan Rachel Wood earned one for lead actress and Thandie Newton picked up a nomination for supporting actress.
Hulu's dystopian drama made history last year when it won the Emmy for Outstanding Drama -- the first streaming service to take home the statuette in that category. This year, the series racked up 20 nominations including Outstanding Drama Series and Lead Actress in a Drama Series (Elisabeth Moss). Recognizing the show's strong supporting cast, Alexis Bledel, Yvonne Strahovski and Ann Dowd all earned nods for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama (Dowd took home the statuette last year) and Samira Wiley earned a nomination for guest actress.
Ryan Murphy's critically acclaimed limited series picked up a total of 18 Emmy nominations including Outstanding Limited Series and Lead Actor in a Limited Series (Darren Criss). Plus, Ricky Martin, Edgar Ramirez, Finn Wittrock, Judith Light and Penelope Cruz earned recognition for their memorable performances.
The show's standout second season earned rave reviews and a total of 16 nominations this year, including Outstanding Comedy Series, Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Brian Tyree Henry) and Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Zazie Beetz). Plus, that much-talked about "Teddy Perkins" episode -- which featured a disturbingly unrecognizable Donald Glover in whiteface -- earned Hiro Murai a nod for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series.
The Amazon comedy from Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino picked up 14 nominations including Outstanding Comedy, Lead Actress in a Comedy (Rachel Brosnahan), Supporting Actor in a Comedy (Tony Shalhoub) and Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Alex Borstein).
One of this year's most exciting new shows, the HBO comedy featuring Bill Hader as a depressed assassin-turned-actor secured 13 nominations including Outstanding Comedy Series and Directing for a Comedy Series. The show was also recognized for its stellar acting with Hader getting the nod for Lead Actor in a Comedy and Henry Winkler picking up one for Supporting Actor in a Comedy.
This year, Netflix toppled HBO with the most nominations overall for a single platform (112 total) and that's due in part to The Crown's 13 nods, including Outstanding Drama Series. With the show switching out its core cast in Season 3 to tackle Queen Elizabeth's later years, Claire Foy ends her run on a high note with a nod for Lead Actress in a Drama. Plus, Vanessa Kirby picked up a nomination for Supporting Actress in a Drama and Matt Smith earned a nod for Supporting Actor in a Drama.
NBC took a big risk with its live production of the acclaimed musical and it paid off. The show scored 13 Emmy nominations including Lead Actor in a Limited Series for John Legend's performance as Jesus Christ. If he wins the Emmy, he'll make history as the 13th EGOT winner, something we'd like to see happen!
Netflix came out swinging hard with this ruthless Western about an outlaw who finds a new life in a small town made up of only women. The limited series picked up 12 nominations, including Lead Actress in a Limited Series (Michelle Dockery), Supporting Actress in a Limited Series (Merritt Wever) and Supporting Actor in a Limited Series (Jeff Daniels).
Netflix's breakout hit earned 12 nominations this year, including Outstanding Drama Series and Special Visual Effects. In a repeat of last year, Millie Bobby Brown received a nod for Supporting Actress in a Drama while David Harbour again secured a nomination for Supporting Actor in a Drama.
The Netflix dramedy earned a whopping 10 Emmy nominations for its freshmen season. GLOW racked up nominations in top categories like Outstanding Comedy Series and Supporting Actress in a Comedy (Betty Gilpin). Plus, those bone-breaking fight scenes earned the show a nod for Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Comedy.
RuPaul's groundbreaking reality series picked up 10 nominations this year, including Outstanding Reality-Competition Program and Costumes for Variety, Nonfiction or Reality. With four wins under its belt, including Outstanding Host for a Reality Series in 2016 and 2017, the show looks to take home its first statuette for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program.
Anchored by Blake Shelton and Adam Levine, plus coaches Kelly Clarkson, Alicia Keys, Jennifer Hudson and Miley Cyrus, The Voice's 13th and 14th seasons earned 10 Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Reality-Competition Program and Casting for a Reality Program.