The 2022 Emmy nominations were announced by J.B. Smoove and Melissa Fumero on Tuesday morning in Los Angeles, with the drama series ‘Succession’ leading the field with the most nominations overall at 25. The comedy series ‘Ted Lasso’ and the limited series ‘White Lotus’ earned 20 nods apiece.
Euphoria, Ozark and Only Murders in the Building were also among the shows with multiple Emmy nominations. Zendaya became the youngest two-time Emmy acting nominee at age 25, and the youngest producing nominee for Euphoria. Her co-star Sydney Sweeney was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in both the comedy and drama categories for Euphoria and White Lotus.
32-year-old Quinta Brunson is now the first Black artist to earn three Emmy nominations for Best Comedy, Best Lead Actress in a Comedy and Best Writing for a Comedy for Abbott Elementary, and is also the youngest actress to be nominated for Lead Actress in a Comedy.
This year’s winners will be announced during the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday, Sept. 12, airing live at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on NBC and Peacock.
For the full list of nominations, head here.
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