Emmys

Emmy Nominations, Facts & Figures: Ted Lassos a Record, Zoey's Parting Gifts, (Super) Power Players and More

Ted Lasso

As nominations for the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards continue to be processed, TVLine does what it does annually, drill down to take a look at some of the quieter (and sometimes fun?) trends.

First, what we already know: Netflix’s The Crown and Disney+’s The Mandalorian this year tied for the most nominations (with 24 each), followed by WandaVision (23), The Handmaid’s Tale (21) and Saturday Night Live (21).

Going by outlet, HBO/HBO Max amassed 130 total nods to edge out 2020 champ Netflix’s 129; rounding out the Top 5 are Disney+ (with 71 nominations), NBC (46) and Apple TV+ (34).

Broadcast-TV, which increasingly struggles to garner awards-show kudos, collected its fewest nominations in… well, a while, totalling 96 versus last year’s 121. (And yes, The CW was shut out for the third time in five years.)

And as noted in a separate news story, Pose star Mj Rodriguez is the first trans woman  to be recognized in the Emmys’ lead drama actress category.

Now, let’s take a look at some of the other facts and figures to be gleaned from this year’s crop of contenders….