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Here Are Some Of The Most Notable
Emmy Nominations

The Emmy nominations for this year’s award show have been announced! With shows
such as ‘Squid Games’, ‘Succession’, and actors such as Jason Sudeikis and Sydney
Sweeney, there have been many notable Emmy nominations, and viewers can’t wait to
see who will win the prestigious award.

HBO’s ‘Succession’ was the most nominated show, landing 25 nominations for this
year’s Emmy Awards on Tuesday. The HBO series earned a nomination for best drama,
as well as multiple acting categories including Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Nicholas
Braun, Kieran Culkin, and Matthew Macfayden.

The Apple TV+ show, ‘Ted Lasso’ earned 20 nominations, one of them including best
comedy. HBO’s ‘The White Lotus’, a limited series also picked up 20 nominations, and
is the most recognized limited series in this year’s award show.

‘Ted Lasso’ won last year for best comedy, and this year will face off against a new
opponent, ‘Only Murders in the Building,’ the Hulu series starring Steve Martin, Martin
Short , and Selena Gomez. ‘Only Murders in the Building’ earned 17 nominations, which
many are saying to be impressive for a “rookie” show.

Despite being snubbed for an Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy nomination for
the Hulu show, Gomez became the second Latina in Emmy history to be nominated as
an executive producer for Outstanding Comedy Series.

The popular streaming service, Netflix, landed three nominations in best drama,
including hit ‘Stranger Things’, the first season of the South Korean thriller ‘Squid

Games’, and the final season of ‘Ozark.’ ‘Squid Game’ earned 14 nominations, the most
ever for a foregin language show.

Netflix has some big competition, including HBO and HBO Max which landed a
significant number of nominations for shows such as ‘Succession’, ‘The White Lotus’,
‘Euphoria’, and ‘Barry.’ HBO and HBO Max finished with 140 nominations, the most of
any network or TV studio. Netflix was in second place with 105.

The nominations for the award show were announced on Tuesday. The ceremony itself
will be on Sept. 12, broadcast on NBC and live streamed on Peacock.

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