Nominations for the 73rd Emmys had been introduced on Tuesday, and to the shock of nobody, Disney completely cleaned up, with 146 nominations throughout all classes. The media big earned nominations all throughout its platforms and networks, however Disney Plus had a very standout morning with huge showings from each The Mandalorian and WandaVision.
The Mandalorian season 2 earned 24 nominations, bringing it right into a tie with the most recent season of Netflix’s The Crown for probably the most nominations of any sequence this yr. Amongst a litany of technical awards, The Mandalorian additionally earned a nomination for “Finest Drama Sequence,” in addition to visitor actor nominations for Timothy Olyphant and Carl Weathers and a supporting actor nomination for Giancarlo Esposito.
Disney’s different Emmy contender was WandaVision, which was submitted as a Restricted Sequence for this yr’s competitors. The sequence earned a complete of 23 nominations, together with “Finest Restricted Sequence,” and performing nominations for each of its leads. In the meantime meme-star Kathryn Hahn additionally received nominated for the sequence as a supporting actress. Disney’s different Marvel present, The Falcon and Winter Soldier, earned 5 nominations, together with one for Don Cheadle’s visitor look.
Elsewhere within the nominations, Ted Lasso had a very spectacular day, incomes 20 nominations. This brings Apple TV Plus’ soccer comedy simply two nomination shy of 30 Rock’s all-time comedy document of 21 nominations. Maybe the funniest a part of the present’s nominations got here within the “supporting actor in a comedy sequence” class, the place it earned 4 of the classes’ eight whole nominations — together with one for the sequence’ co-creator Brendan Hunt.
Among the many different highly-nominated reveals and sequence are HBO’s Mare of Easttown, which earned 16, Netflix’s Queen’s Gambit, which earned 18, Saturday Night Live, which earned 21, Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Story, with 21, and HBO’s Lovecraft Country, which had 18.
The Emmy Awards shall be broadcast on Sunday, Sept. 19 at 8 p.m. ET.
CORRECTION: A earlier model of this story misstated the variety of Emmy nominations for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.