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Emmy nominations 2021: See the full list

On Tuesday morning, the Emmy-winning father-daughter duo Ron Cephas Jones (This Is Us) and Jasmine Cephas Jones (#FreeRayshawn) unveiled the nominations for the 73rd Emmy Awards. The Crown and The Mandalorian led the way with a whopping 24 nominations each, with WandaVision, Ted Lasso, and The Handmaid's Tale also coming...
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Emmy nominations 2021: See what shows made the cut

(CNN) — Nominations for the 73rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards Emmy Awards were announced Tuesday. Father and daughter actors Ron Cephas Jones of "This Is Us" and Jasmine Cephas Jones of "Blindspotting" revealed the nominees. "The Mandalorian" and "The Crown" scored the most nominations per program with 24 each, followed by "WandaVision" with 23.
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Emmys: Pose's MJ Rodriguez Makes History, Becomes First Trans Woman Nominated in Lead Acting Category

The category is… one for the record books. Pose star MJ Rodriguez received an Emmy nomination on Tuesday for Lead Actress in a Drama Series, making her the first trans woman in history to be recognized in a lead acting category. Rodriguez — a 2021 TVLine Dream Emmy nominee — was honored for her her work as house mother Bianca in the FX drama’s third and final season. (View complete nominations list here.)
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Emmys 2021: Full Nominations List (Updating Live)

Emmy-winning father-daughter duo Ron Cephas Jones (“This Is Us”) and Jasmine Cephas Jones (“Blindspotting”) are announcing the nominations for this year’s Emmy Awards on Tuesday morning at 8:30 a.m. PT, alongside Television Academy Chairman and CEO Frank Scherma. Among the top contenders for comedy series are newcomers “Ted Lasso,” “Hacks”...

Biggest Snubs and Surprises from the 2021 Emmy Nominations

The nominees for the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards were filled with new faces — like Ted Lasso and its most-ever nominations for a first-year series — and old — The Crown‘s 24 nods make it the most nominated show of the year, alongside The Mandalorian. But there were plenty of actors and series missing from the list on Tuesday morning, and many who upset some category stalwarts to score coveted nomination slots.
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Quibi’s zombie corpse rises again to claim eight Emmy nominations

Quibi wasn’t long for this world, but its spirit refuses to let us move on from its chaotic memory. Despite shutting down in December, the doomed streaming service scooped up several Emmy nominations today for its shortform originals across three categories. The service received eight nominations for three of its...

5 Takeaways From The 2021 Emmy Nominations

This year's Emmy nominations cover a time when the coronavirus pandemic turned the TV industry upside down. So it makes sense that the shows and performances announced Tuesday might include some choices that are a bit ... unconventional. Netflix's continuation of The Karate Kid franchise, Cobra Kai, nominated as best...

2021 Emmy nominations: The biggest snubs and surprises

With every year’s Emmy nominations announcement comes question marks and raised eyebrows as some nominations are deemed unexpected. Titles like "Ted Lasso," "WandaVision" and "The Crown" dominated their respective categories this year, leaving little space for competition that many thought would surely squeak their way into this year’s honorees. On...

Emmy Nominees: The Complete List

The 73rd Emmy nominees are out! Outstanding Drama in 2021 will come down to “The Boys,” Bridgerton,” “The Crown,” The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Lovecraft Country,” “The Mandalorian,” “Pose” and “This Is Us.”. On the comedy side, the trophy will to “Black-ish,” “Cobra Kai,” “Hacks,” “Emily in Paris,” “The Flight Attendant,” “The...

2021 Emmy Nominations: Here's Who Made the Cut

The 2021 Emmy nominations have arrived! While 2020 was an odd year in many ways, Watchmen was the talk of the town when last year's Emmy nominations rolled around, and it reigned supreme during the virtual telecast alongside Succession and Schitt's Creek. For 2021, the Emmys have already commited to a live ceremony, which means the contenders from this robust list of nominees will be live and in person to accept their trophies for the best of television from the past calendar year.

Kate Winslet and ‘Mare of Easttown’ score big with 2021 Emmy nominations

Whodunit? “Mare of Easttown” did, nabbing 16 Emmy nominations Tuesday morning, including one for anthology or limited series as well as three acting awards. Oscar winner Kate Winslet, who picked up an accent to be proud of for her portrayal of Easttown detective Mare Sheehan, got her third Emmy nomination with a nod for lead actress in a limited or anthology series or movie.

‘I May Destroy You’ Earns Nine Emmy Nominations After Golden Globes Snub

Michaela Coel’s “I May Destroy You” is on quite a roll: after picking up two BAFTA Awards and a Peabody, the HBO limited series is now officially in the running for Emmys, winning nine nominations Tuesday. The series was nominated in the limited or anthology race, and Coel scored in the lead limited series/TV movie actress race.  These mark creator and star Coel’s first-ever Emmy nominations. Meanwhile, Paapa Essiedu was nominated in the supporting actor, limited category. Other nominations included outstanding casting, limited series; outstanding directing, limited series and outstanding writing, limited series. The 12-episode series launched on the premium cabler in June...