Emmys 2018 Nomination Snubs - Who Was Left Off List


"Maisel" and Sarah Silverman's new late-night show earned Emmy nominations on Thursday.

The Emmy awards will be handed out in Los Angeles on September 17 hosted by "Saturday Night Live" cast members Michael Che and Colin Jost.

For 17 years straight, HBO has dominated the Emmy Awards as the most nominated TV network.

The streaming service's maneuvering (and not incidentally, expensive Emmy campaigning) paid off with 112 nominations - a significant increase over past year, edging HBO's 108. That's because the streaming giant put an end to the premium cable channel's 17-year streak of garnering the most total nominations. That's up from a quarter of the field a year ago, when Brown ("This Is Us") and Glover ("Atlanta") won top acting awards. Silicon Valley and Curb Your Enthusiasm grabbed seven and four nominations each.

Not everyone can be a victor, or even a nominee.

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NBC - anchored by "Saturday Night Live" and "This is Us" - ranked third overall, garnering 78 Emmy bids, followed by the FX network, with 50.

The revival of "Roseanne, " canceled because of star Roseanne Barr's racist tweet, drew only one major nomination, a supporting actress nod for Laurie Metcalf.

The most self-aware Emmy hopeful, Megan Amram's "An Emmy for Megan", achieved its goal with a nomination in the short form comedy or drama category. Keep reading to find out all the lucky stars who were nominated for the 2018 Emmys. She added a postscript: "I think my mother at this moment may actually be satisfied". Apple received a single nomination for its Carpool Karaoke series but the company is now increasing its involvement in the space so we expect to them to feature more prominently in the future.

"I think we're all happy with the direction we're going. It's good news for us in the industry", said Maury McIntyre, TV academy president.