The nominations for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards were announced Thursday morning, and your favorite shows and stars weren't forgotten by the Television Academy.
Big names like Donald Glover for "Atlanta,” Milo Ventimiglia for "This Is Us,” Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross for “Black-ish,” Larry David for “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” and many, many more earned nods in their respective categories.
Shows like “Westworld” and “The Handmaid’s Tale” were in the front of the pack with multiple nods for their stars, including Ed Harris, Evan Rachel Wood and Jeffrey Wright, along with Elizabeth Moss and Samira Wiley. Newcomers like Rachel Brosnahan also earned honors for her work on “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”
Overall, "Game of Thrones" had the most nominations with 22, followed by "Saturday Night Live" and "Westworld," who both earned 21.
John Legend was also nominated for an Emmy Award for his role in "Jesus Christ Superstar Live In Concert." If he wins, he’ll become an EGOT, having won a Grammy, Tony and Oscar previously.
Other nods to note is "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown," which earned six nominations after the death of its host, Anthony Bourdain. The celebrity chef died of an apparent suicide last month. He was 61.
"Saturday Night Live" stars Colin Jost and Michael Che are slated to host this year's Emmy Awards, which will air Monday, Sept. 17. The two co-anchor the show's signature sketch, "Weekend Update."
The last time a duo hosted the Emmys was in 1999 when "Dharma & Greg" star Jenna Elfman and "Frasier" star David Hyde Pierce hosted the event.
"The Handmaid's Tale" star Samira Wiley and "New Amsterdam" star Ryan Eggold announced the nominations Thursday afternoon from the Wolf Theatre in the Saban Media Center in North Hollywood, California.