What Time Are the 2018 Emmy Nominations?

What Time Are the 2018 Emmy Nominations?

HBO, which came out on top last year, trailed just behind Netflix this time around with 108 nominations, down three from last year's 111 noms.

"It's been another record-breaking year with more than 9,100 entries in 122 unique categories for the initial nomination round of voting", Television Academy Chairman and CEO Hayma Washington said in a statement. It got 23 nods in 2016 but wasn't eligible past year. But Netflix has made it clear it's more interested in having lots of quality shows that speak to lots of different audiences.

Other drama series contenders are "Westworld", with an impressive 21 nods; "The Americans", nominated for its final season and with nods for stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys; "The Crown", "Stranger Things" and "This Is Us" from NBC, the only broadcast show to make the cut.

The nominees for the 2018 Primetime Emmy Awards have arrived and as expected, quite a few genre programs have received the recognition that they deserve. Still, it's not entirely clear Netflix's bottom line will be helped all that much by the Emmy love - particularly compared to smaller outlets with much more to gain from awards attention. Those nominations won't convince Julia Roberts to do a show for BBC America, but it does send a clear message to series creators and actors that the network can break through the clutter of Peak TV.

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The platform has made a fast ascent to the top of the TV honors, since its first original series, "House of Cards", premiered just five years ago.

Out of the 91 nominations previous year, HBO won 29 statues overall (10 in Primetime categories, 19 in Creative Arts), while Netflix won 20 (four in Primetime, 16 in Creative Arts).

Alison Brie was also a notable oversight for her standout work in "GLOW", the Netflix period female-wrestling comedy, as was "Modern Family", although after its glittering streak of Emmy nominations, it's hard to fault anyone for concluding the ABC sitcom's best days are behind it, especially with so many worthy newcomers to accommodate.

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