Emmy nominations 2021: Full list

Emmy nominations 2021: Full list

The nominations for the 2021 Emmy Awards are here.

Father-daughter duo Ron and Jasmine Cephas Jones announced this year’s Emmy nominations on Tuesday. Ron is a two-time Emmy winner for “This Is Us” while Jasmine, best known for being in the original Broadway cast of “Hamilton,” won an Emmy last year for “#FreeRayshawn.”

“The Crown” and “The Mandalorian” tied for the top spot, garnering 24 nominations in total. They are followed by “WandaVision” with 23, “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “Saturday Night Live” with 21 each, and “Ted Lasso” with 20. Other standouts included “Lovecraft Country” and “The Queen’s Gambit” with 18 apiece and “Mare of Easttown” with 16.

On Monday, the Television Academy announced that the 2021 Emmys would return to a live, in-person ceremony at L.A.’s Microsoft Theatre with a limited audience of nominees and their guests. They also revealed that Cedric the Entertainer would host the show, with the comedian calling it an “enormous honor,” as it’s his first time doing so.

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The 2021 Emmys will air Sunday, Sept. 19, at 8 p.m. on CBS and will be available to stream live on Paramount+.

Here are the nominations for the 73rd annual Emmy Awards:

Variety talk series

Competition program

Lead actress in a comedy series

Lead actor in a comedy series

Comedy series

Lead actor in limited series or movie

Lead actress in a limited series or movie

Limited series

Lead actress in a drama series

Lead actor in a drama series

Drama series

For more nominations, head over to Emmys.com.

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