2018 Emmy Nominations

  • Publish Date: July 12, 2018
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Updated July 13: The Academy has added a late nominee (The Big Bang Theory) in the comedy directing category.

Netflix takes the throne

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Shows with Most Nominations - 2018
1 Game of Thrones (HBO) 22
2 Saturday Night Live (NBC) 21
  Westworld (HBO) 21
4 The Handmaid's Tale (Hulu) 20
5 The Assassination of Gianni Versace (FX) 18
6 Atlanta (FX) 16
7 The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon) 14

The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences revealed its nominations for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards on Thursday morning, and the re-entry of HBO's Game of Thrones into the race after a year away has given all other drama programs a target to beat.

That HBO hit, as it did in 2014, 2015, and 2016, led the field with 22 total nominations this year, putting it one ahead of its fellow HBO series Westworld, which led all nominees in 2017. Thrones is now the most-nominated primetime series in Emmy history, with its 129 nominations to date surpassing the previous record of 124 held by NBC's medical drama ER.

Despite the impressive haul for those two shows, however, HBO finally lost its crown as the most-nominated network—a title it held for 17 consecutive years. The cable giant finished with 108 nominations, but Netflix bested HBO with a total of 112, marking the first time a streaming service was the leader in total nominations in any year. Among broadcast networks, NBC led with a much-improved total of 78 (more than twice the total of any of its broadcast competitors), helped along by the 21 nominations for perpetual contender SNL (the most nominated TV show in history, which won more Emmys last year than any other program) and its Jesus Christ Superstar live special (nominated 13 times).

FX's critically acclaimed sophomore hit Atlanta was the most-nominated comedy program this year, with a total of 16 nominations. First-timers that received multiple nominations include Amazon's The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (leading all new shows with 14 total nominations), HBO's Barry (13), and Netflix's GLOW (10 nominations for last year's debut season, not the arguably better second season which is streaming now).

Listed below are the 2018 Emmy nominees in each major category.

Drama nominees

Last year's winners in each category are marked with an asterisk (*) if re-nominated this season.

Outstanding Drama Series

The Americans FX
The Crown Netflix
Game of Thrones HBO
* The Handmaid's Tale Hulu
Stranger Things Netflix
This Is Us NBC
Westworld HBO

Game of Thrones returned to Emmy consideration this year after sitting out 2017 because of a delayed start date to its most recent season, and it once again dominated the drama categories, though it never before had to deal with Hulu's hit The Handmaid's Tale, which won the top drama award last year in the absence of Thrones.

Overall, the field went pretty much as expected, with the most notable absences a result of schedule changes (for example, the oft-nominated Better Call Saul, whose delayed fourth season doesn't even start until next month and thus won't be eligible until 2019). Some experts had predicted that rookie series Killing Eve would crack the field, and while that show did receive an acting nomination, it wasn't recognized as one of the year's top drama series.

Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Jason Bateman Ozark Netflix
* Sterling K. Brown This Is Us NBC
Ed Harris Westworld HBO
Matthew Rhys The Americans FX
Milo Ventimiglia This Is Us NBC
Jeffrey Wright Westworld HBO

Only Brown, Rhys, and Ventimiglia were here a year ago, which makes for a slightly more unpredictable contest this year. (Wright was nominated in 2017, but as a supporting actor.) Many experts had predicted The Good Doctor star Freddie Highmore to make the field; other snubs include Liev Schrieber, who was nominated here last year for Ray Donovan, and J.K. Simmons, who delivered a widely praised dual performance in the (admittedly little-seen) Starz series Counterpart.

Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Claire Foy The Crown Netflix
Tatiana Maslany Orphan Black BBC America
* Elisabeth Moss The Handmaid's Tale Hulu
Sandra Oh Killing Eve BBC America
Keri Russell The Americans FX
Evan Rachel Wood Westworld HBO

Game of Thrones's Emilia Clarke, Ozark's Laura Linney, and Mandy Moore of This Is Us are probably the biggest snubs in this category, which looks like Moss's to lose (despite the somewhat surprising prsence of Maslany, who failed to receive a nomination last year after winning the category two years ago). Sandra Oh—new to the category but not to Emmy nominations—is the wildcard, given that her show is the only new one here—but Kiling Eve's more lighthearted tone will likely make it harder for her to pull off an upset. It's also probably not a good sign that Oh's co-lead, Jodie Comer, was left out of the nominee field despite much praise for her work.

Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Game of Thrones HBO
Peter Dinklage Game of Thrones HBO
Joseph Fiennes The Handmaid's Tale Hulu
David Harbour Stranger Things Netflix
Mandy Patinkin Homeland Showtime
Matt Smith The Crown Netflix

Last year's winner, John Lithgow, did not appear in The Crown's most recent season. Fiennes and Smith are first-time Emmy nominees. Peter Dinklage picked up his seventh nomination in this category, breaking a record he had shared with four other actors.

Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

Alexis Bledel The Handmaid's Tale Hulu
Millie Bobby Brown Stranger Things Netflix
* Ann Dowd The Handmaid's Tale Hulu
Lena Headey Game of Thrones HBO
Vanessa Kirby The Crown Netflix
Thandie Newton Westworld HBO
Yvonne Strahovski The Handmaid's Tale Hulu

Note that Alexis Bledel won an Emmy for the same role a year ago, but as a guess actress rather than in the supporting category.

Guest Actor in a Drama Series

F. Murray Abraham Homeland Showtime
Cameron Britton Mindhunter Netflix
Matthew Goode The Crown Netflix
Ron Cephas Jones This Is Us NBC
* Gerald McRaney This Is Us NBC
Jimmi Simpson Westworld HBO

Guest Actress in a Drama Series

Viola Davis Scandal ABC
Kelly Jenrette The Handmaid's Tale Hulu
Cherry Jones The Handmaid's Tale Hulu
Diana Rigg Game of Thrones HBO
Cicely Tyson How to Get Away With Murder ABC
Samira Wiley The Handmaid's Tale Hulu

Writing for a Drama Series

David Benioff & D.B. Weiss Game of Thrones, "The Dragon & The Wolf" HBO
The Duffer Brothers Stranger Things, "Chapter Nine: The Gate" Netflix
Joel Fields & Joe Weisberg The Americans, "Start" FX
* Bruce Miller The Handmaid's Tale, "June" Hulu
Peter Morgan The Crown, "Mystery Man" Netflix
Phoebe Waller-Bridge Killing Eve, "Nice Face" BBC America

Directing for a Drama Series

Jason Bateman Ozark, "The Toll" Netflix
Stephen Daldry The Crown, "Paterfamilias" Netflix
The Duffer Brothers Stranger Things, "Chapter Nine: The Gate" Netflix
Jeremy Podeswa Game of Thrones, "The Dragon and the Wolf" HBO
Daniel Sackheim Ozark, "Tonight We Improvise" Netflix
Kari Skogland The Handmaid's Tale, "After" Hulu
Alan Taylor Game of Thrones, "Beyond the Wall" HBO

Comedy nominees

Last year's winners in each category are marked with an asterisk (if re-nominated this season).

Outstanding Comedy Series

Atlanta FX
Barry HBO
Black-ish ABC
Curb Your Enthusiasm HBO
GLOW Netflix
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Amazon
Silicon Valley HBO
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Netflix

Veep was the winner here in each of the last three years, while Modern Family won in each of the five years before that. But with the latter absent from the nominee list and the former's final season delayed until next year, this race is suddenly wide open. Many of the above nominees were predicted to be here, including first-timers Barry, GLOW, and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. The biggest snub, by far, is NBC's revival of Will & Grace, which many experts listed as a sure thing for a nomination. (From a critical acclaim standpoint, meanwhile, the most notable snubs are NBC's The Good Place and HBO's Insecure.) And it is the first time that Modern Family has failed to be nominated here in its eight years on the air.

Note that ABC halted its Emmy campaign for its revived Roseanne sitcom after star Roseanne Barr's recent controversial statements resulted in the show's abrupt cancelation. (The show still received two nominations, though none for Barr.) Similarly, Amazon removed Transparent star Jeffrey Tambor from Emmy consideration after allegations of sexual harassment surfaced against the two-time Emmy winner, though the show itself remained eligible for nominations.

Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

Anthony Anderson Black-ish ABC
Ted Danson The Good Place NBC
Larry David Curb Your Enthusiasm HBO
* Donald Glover Atlanta FX
Bill Hader Barry HBO
William H. Macy Shameless Showtime

Donald Glover received four nominations this year (including one for Saturday Night Live)—marking the second year in a row he has accomplished that impressive feat. Last year, his only win was here, in the lead actor category. Bill Hader also collected four nominations this year, including his first in the lead actor category. Larry David returns to the field for the first time since 2012, though he hasn't won an Emmy since 1993 (as a writer on Seinfeld). It is Ted Danson's first nomination for his role on the critically acclaimed The Good Place, and it marks his first appearance in this category since winning the second of his two Emmys for Cheers in 1993. Anderson and Macy were here last year; gone from last year are the aforementioned Tambor plus Zach Galifianakis of Baskets.

Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

Pamela Adlon Better Things FX
Rachel Brosnahan The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Amazon
Allison Janney Mom CBS
Issa Rae Insecure HBO
Tracee Ellis Ross Black-ish ABC
Lily Tomlin Grace and Frankie Netflix

Veep's absence also makes the lead actress category competitive for the first time since 2011, when Melissa McCarthy won for Mike & Molly. (Julia Louis-Drefyus took home the trophy in each of the following six years.) Issa Rae is a first-time Emmy nominee, and Rachel Brosnahan is appearing in this category for the first time. (She was previously nominated as a guest on House of Cards.) Ellie Kemper (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and Jane Fonda (Grance and Frankie) are the two other nominees from last year that didn't repeat this year. Other snubs include GLOW's Alison Brie.

Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

Louie Anderson Baskets FX
* Alec Baldwin Saturday Night Live NBC
Tituss Burgess Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Netflix
Brian Tyree Henry Atlanta FX
Tony Shalhoub The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Amazon
Kenan Thompson Saturday Night Live NBC
Henry Winkler Barry HBO

Can Alec Baldwin's Trump impersonation get him a second consecutive Emmy trophy? Maybe not: It's an even tougher field this year. Anderson was the winner two years ago, and Shalhoub and Winkler delivered critically acclaimed performances in first-year shows. Atlanta co-star Henry, meanwhile, became more of a leading man this season in a few episodes dedicated to his character, and the Academy seems to like his show. Snubs in the category include Henry's fellow co-star Lakeith Stanfield, plus Will & Grace's Sean Hayes.

Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

Zazie Beetz Atlanta FX
Alex Borstein The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Amazon
Aidy Bryant Saturday Night Live NBC
Betty Gilpin GLOW Netflix
Leslie Jones Saturday Night Live NBC
* Kate McKinnon Saturday Night Live NBC
Laurie Metcalf Roseanne ABC
Megan Mullally Will & Grace NBC

Beetz and Gilpin are first-time emmy nominees, while Megan Mullally returns to the Emmys for the first time since 2006—when she won in this very category, for playing the same character. Alex Borstein is new to this category, though she was previously nominated for her voice work on Family Guy (and was again this year). If there's a snub here, it's probably One Day at at Time's Rita Moreno.

Guest Actor in a Comedy Series

Sterling K. Brown Brooklyn Nine-Nine Fox
Bryan Cranston Curb Your Enthusiasm HBO
Donald Glover Saturday Night Live NBC
Bill Hader Saturday Night Live NBC
Lin-Manuel Miranda Curb Your Enthusiasm HBO
Katt Williams Atlanta FX

Guest Actress in a Comedy Series

Tina Fey Saturday Night Live NBC
Tiffany Haddish Saturday Night Live NBC
Jane Lynch The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Amazon
Maya Rudolph The Good Place NBC
Molly Shannon Will & Grace NBC
Wanda Sykes Black-ish ABC

Writing for a Comedy Series

Alec Berg Silicon Valley, "Fifty-One Percent" HBO
Alec Berg & Bill Hader Barry, "Chapter One: Make Your Mark" HBO
Donald Glover Atlanta, "Alligator Man" FX
Stefani Robinson Atlanta, "Barbershop" FX
Liz Sarnoff Barry, "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast and Keep Going" HBO
Amy Sherman-Palladino The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, "Pilot" Amazon

Directing for a Comedy Series

Mark Cendrowski The Big Bang Theory, "The Bow Tie Asymmetry" CBS
* Donald Glover Atlanta, "FUBU" FX
Bill Hader Barry, "Chapter One: Make Your Mark" HBO
Mike Judge Silicon Valley, "Initial Coin Offering" HBO
Hiro Murai Atlanta, "Teddy Perkins" FX
Jesse Peretz GLOW, "Pilot" Netflix
Amy Sherman-Palladino The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, "Pilot" Amazon

Miniseries/movie nominees

Outstanding Limited Series

The Alienist TNT
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story FX
Genius: Picasso Nat Geo
Godless Netflix
Patrick Melrose Showtime

Twin Peaks is the obvious omission here, though the Showtime revival of the David Lynch series did pick up nine nominations in other categories (including three for Lynch himself). Also snubbed was Hulu's 9/11 miniseries The Looming Tower and the excellent Starz adaptation of Howards End.

Outstanding Made-for-Television Movie

Black Mirror, "USS Callister" Netflix
Fahrenheit 451 HBO
Flint Lifetime
Paterno HBO
The Tale HBO

Lead Actor in a Movie or Limited Series

Antionio Banderas Genius: Picasso Nat Geo
Darren Criss The Assassination of Gianni Versace FX
Benedict Cumberbatch Patrick Melrose Showtime
John Legend Jesus Christ Superstar NBC
Jeff Daniels The Looming Tower Hulu
Jesse Plemons Black Mirror, "USS Callister" Netflix

Lead Actress in a Movie or Limited Series

Jessica Biel The Sinner USA
Laura Dern The Tale HBO
Michelle Dockery Godless Netflix
Edie Falco Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders NBC
Regina King Seven Seconds Netflix
Sarah Paulson American Horror Story: Cult FX

Supporting Actor in a Movie or Limited Series

Jeff Daniels Godless Netflix
Brandon Victor Dixon Jesus Christ Superstar NBC
John Leguizamo Waco Paramount
Ricky Martin The Assassination of Gianni Versace FX
Edgar Ramírez The Assassination of Gianni Versace FX
Michael Stuhlbarg The Looming Tower Hulu
Finn Wittrock The Assassination of Gianni Versace FX

Supporting Actress in a Movie or Limited Series

Sara Bareilles Jesus Christ Superstar NBC
Penélope Cruz The Assassination of Gianni Versace FX
Judith Light The Assassination of Gianni Versace FX
Adina Porter American Horror Story: Cult FX
Merritt Wever Godless Netflix
Letitia Wright Black Mirror, "Black Museum" Netflix

Writing for a Movie, Limited Series or Dramatic Special

William Bridges & Charlie Brooker Black Mirror, "USS Callister" Netflix
Scott Frank Godless Netflix
David Lynch & Mark Frost Twin Peaks Showtime
Kevin McManus & Matthew McManus American Vandal, "Clean Up" Netflix
David Nicholls Patrick Melrose Showtime
Tom Rob Smith The Assassination of Gianni Versace, "House by the Lake" FX

Directing for a Movie, Limited Series or Dramatic Special

Edward Berger Patrick Melrose Showtime
Scott Frank Godless Netflix
David Leveaux & Alex Rudzinski Jesus Christ Superstar NBC
Barry Levinson Paterno HBO
David Lynch Twin Peaks Showtime
Ryan Murphy The Assassination of Gianni Versace, "The Man Who Would Be Vogue" FX
Craig Zisk The Looming Tower, "9/11" Hulu

Variety nominees

Outstanding Variety Talk Series

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah Comedy Central
Full Frontal With Samantha Bee TBS
Jimmy Kimmel Live! ABC
* Last Week Tonight With John Oliver HBO
The Late Late Show With James Corden CBS
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert CBS

Outstanding Variety Sketch Series

At Home With Amy Sedaris truTV
Drunk History Comedy Central
I Love You, America Hulu
Portlandia IFC
* Saturday Night Live NBC
Tracey Ullman's Show HBO

Outstanding Variety Special (Live)

60th Annual Grammy Awards CBS
75th Annual Golden Globe Awards NBC
Jesus Christ Superstar NBC
Night of Too Many Stars HBO
The Oscars ABC

In a rather unusual situation, a win for Superstar would mean that John Legend, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Tim Rice would each achieve "EGOT," adding an Emmy to their previous Grammy, Oscar, and Tony wins.

Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded)

Carol Burnett Show 50th Anniversary Special CBS
Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special 2018 CBS
Dave Chappelle: Equanimity Netflix
Full Frontal With Samantha Bee Presents: The Great American* Puerto Rico (*It's Complicated) TBS
Steve Martin & Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life Netflix

Note that the two variety special categories listed above have been retitled this year for clarification purposes. The "Variety Special (Live)" category was previously known as "Special Class," while the "Pre-Recorded" category was previously known only as "Variety Special."

Writing for a Variety Series

Full Frontal With Samantha Bee TBS
* Last Week Tonight With John Oliver HBO
Late Night With Seth Meyers NBC
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert CBS
Saturday Night Live NBC

Reality nominees

Outstanding "Structured" Reality Program

Antiques Roadshow PBS
Fixer Upper HGTV
Lip Sync Battle Paramount
Queer Eye Netflix
* Shark Tank ABC
Who Do You Think You Are? TLC

Outstanding "Unstructured" Reality Program

Born This Way A&E
Deadliest Catch Discovery
Intervention A&E
Naked and Afraid Discovery
RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked VH1
* United Shades Of America With W. Kamau Bell CNN

Outstanding Reality–Competition Program

The Amazing Race CBS
American Ninja Warrior NBC
Project Runway Lifetime
RuPaul's Drag Race VH1
Top Chef Bravo
* The Voice NBC

Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality Competition Program

W. Kamau Bell United Shades Of America With W. Kamau Bell CNN
Ellen DeGeneres Ellen's Game of Games NBC
Heidi Klum & Tim Gunn Project Runway Lifetime
Jane Lynch Hollywood Game Night NBC
* RuPaul RuPaul's Drag Race VH1

Other genres

Outstanding Animated Program

Big Hero 6: The Series, "Baymax Returns" Disney XD
* Bob's Burgers, "V for Valentine-detta" Fox
Rick and Morty, "Pickle Rick" Adult Swim
The Simpsons, "Gone Boy" Fox
South Park, "Put It Down" Comedy Central

Note that animated programs are nominated for a single episode rather than an entire season.

Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series

American Masters PBS
Blue Planet II BBC America
The Defiant Ones HBO
The Fourth Estate Showtime
Wild Wild Country Netflix

Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special

Icarus Netflix
Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond - Featuring A Very Special, Contractually
Obligated Mention Of Tony Clifton
Netflix
Mister Rogers: It's You I Like PBS
Spielberg HBO
The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling HBO

Outstanding Informational Series Or Special

Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown CNN
Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath A&E
My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman Netflix
StarTalk With Neil deGrasse Tyson Nat Geo
Vice HBO

Short format programs

A short-format program consists of at least six episodes that run for 15 minutes or less.

Outstanding Short Form Series, Comedy or Drama

aka Wyatt Cenac Topic.com
An Emmy for Megan anemmyformegan.com
Grey's Anatomy: B Team ABC
James Corden's Next James Corden CBS
The Walking Dead: Red Machete AMC

Outstanding Short Form Series, Variety

Between The Scenes - The Daily Show Comedy Central
Carpool Karaoke: The Series Apple Music
Creating Saturday Night Live NBC
Gay of Thrones Funny or Die
Honest Trailers YouTube
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon - Cover Room NBC

Outstanding Short Form Series, Reality/Nonfiction

The Americans: The Final Season FX
Anthony Bourdain: Explore Parts Unknown CNN
The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story: America’s Obsessions FX
Jay Leno's Garage NBC
Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen Bravo

Outstanding Short Form Animation Program

Adventure Time, "Ring of Fire" Cartoon Network
Robot Chicken, "Freshly Baked: The Robot Chicken Santa Claus Pot Cookie
Freakout Special: Special Edition"
Adult Swim
Steven Universe, "Jungle Moon" Cartoon Network
Teen Titans Go!, "The Self-Indulgent 200th Episode Spectacular! Pt. 1 and Pt. 2" Cartoon Network
We Bare Bears, "Hurricane Hal" Cartoon Network

Actor in a Short-Format Program (Comedy or Drama)

James Corden James Corden's Next James Corden CBS
Alexis Denisof I Love Bekka & Lucy Stage 13
Melvin Jackson Jr. This Eddie Murphy Role Is Mine, Not Yours YouTube
DeStorm Power Caught The Series YouTube
Miles Tagtmeyer Broken Vimeo

Actress in a Short-Format Program (Comedy or Drama)

Megan Amram An Emmy for Megan anemmyformegan.com
Lee Garlington Broken Vimeo
Naomi Grossman Ctrl Alt Delete Facebook
Diarra Kilpatrick American Koko ABC
Kelli O'Hara The Accidental Wolf theaccidentalwolf.com
Christina Pickles Break a Hip Vimeo

More Emmy coverage

For a complete list of 2018 Emmy nominees, including the numerous technical categories not listed above, visit the official Emmy website.

Many of this year's Emmy winners will be announced during a ceremony televised live on NBC on Monday, September 17th at 8p ET, hosted for the first time by Saturday Night Live's Michael Che and Colin Jost. (The remaining winners will be announced the previous weekend during the two-night Creative Arts Emmy Awards, with highlights later televised in a September 15 broadcast on FXX.)

In the week prior to the broadcast, we'll have a guide to expert predictions in each major category. But before that, you'll have an opportunity to make your own predictions in our annual Emmy poll, which launches next week.

What's your take?

What do you think of this year's Emmy nominations? Let us know in the comments section below.

Comments (3)

  • ParticleWave  

    snl is garbage

  • woostar  

    No Twin Peaks in acting categories?

  • DavidCall360  

    These are largely perfect. I wish that Twin Peaks got just a bit more love.

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