Emmy 2022 nominations revealed: Succession leads with 25 nods
Succession has swept the Emmy nominations board with 25 nods announced on Tuesday.
Melissa Fumero and JB Smoove, along with Television Academy Chairman and CEO Frank Scherma, announced the nominees for the 74th Emmy Awards.
Ted Lasso and The White Lotus both received 20 bids while Squid Game earned 13 nods among the list of honours.
There was also plenty of British talent recognised in the star-studded list.
British actor Colin Firth has received an Emmy nomination for outstanding lead actor in a limited or anthology series or movie for his role in HBO’s The Staircase.
The actor faces fierce competition from Andrew Garfield and Himesh Patel, as well as Michael Keaton and Sebastian Stan, who were also named in the category.
Pam And Tommy’s leading lady Lily James received a nod in the category for leading actress in a limited or anthology series or movie.
Meanwhile, British star Jodie Comer has been nominated for an Emmy award for outstanding actress in a drama series for her portrayal of the psychotic Villanelle in BBC series Killing Eve.
The actress goes head-to-head with her co-star Sandra Oh and Euphoria star Zendaya.
Laura Linney, Reese Witherspoon and Melanie Lynskey are also nominated in the category.
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