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Here Are 37 Iconic Shows That've Been Nominated For Emmys This Year โ€“ Have You Seen Them All?

Maybe you don't watch as much TV as you think you do...

The 73rd Emmy Awards are scheduled to air on September 19, 2021. Here are all the shows that have snagged 5 or more nominations this year. The question now remains: Have you watched as many best of the best TV events as everyone else? Take this poll to find out!

  1. The Mandalorian (Disney+)

    The Mandalorian (Disney+)

    A Disney+ heavyweight at the Emmys, "The Mandalorian" has scored a massive 24 nominations this year. This makes it one of the two most-nominated shows in the 2021 slate.

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  1. The Crown (Netflix)

    The Crown (Netflix)

    "The Crown" has long been an Emmy favorite. In its fourth season, the Royal drama has scored a whopping 24 nominations, including all major categories in its respective slate. It's also one of the two most-nominated shows at the 2021 ceremony.

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  1. WandaVision (Disney+)

    WandaVision (Disney+)

    Another Disney+ champion, "WandaVision" is one of the top-nominated shows at the Emmys this year with a staggering 23 nominations. It also breaks through the curse of comic book media not making a major entry into mainstream awards.

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  1. The Handmaid's Tale (Hulu)

    The Handmaid's Tale (Hulu)

    With 21 Emmy nominations this year, "The Handmaid's Tale" has retained its status as one of the most successful award-season favorites. So far, the show has bagged a whopping 75 nominations since its first entry into the 2017 Emmy Awards.

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  1. Saturday Night Live (NBC)

    Saturday Night Live (NBC)

    As one of the most popular sketch comedy series of our time, "SNL" has cemented its place at the Emmys in recent years. This year, the long-running show has bagged 21 nominations to become the awards frontrunner for NBC.

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  1. Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)

    Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)

    Being lauded as a wholesome soccer-based series that even has non-sports fans sing its praises, "Ted Lasso" has scored a major 20 Emmy nominations this year. This makes it the top award season offering from Apple TV+.

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  1. Lovecraft Country (HBO)

    Lovecraft Country (HBO)

    With 18 Emmy nominations, "Lovecraft Country" is HBO's frontrunner at this year's ceremony. But curiously enough, the show was cancelled mere days before the nominations were announced.

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  1. The Queen's Gambit (Netflix)

    The Queen's Gambit (Netflix)

    If you were getting curious or frustrated about "The Queen's Gambit" not being on this list so far, that tells you all about the popularity of the show. With 18 Emmy nominations, it's Netflix's frontrunner at this year's ceremony.

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  1. Mare of Easttown (HBO)

    Mare of Easttown (HBO)

    "Mare of Easttown" debuted at the eleventh hour, only to become the breakthrough entry into this year's fold with 16 Emmy nominations. Funnily enough, its last episode aired on May 30, 2021: a day before the Emmy nomination deadline.

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  1. Hacks (HBO Max)

    Hacks (HBO Max)

    Apart from being one of the premier offerings from HBO's brand new streaming service, "Hacks" is also the platform's Emmy frontrunner with 15 nominations.

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  1. Bridgerton (Netflix)

    Bridgerton (Netflix)

    As the second-most nominated series from Netflix, "Bridgerton" has cemented the fact that a show can be massively popular for both its indulgent content and critically-acclaimed craft alike.

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  1. I May Destroy You (HBO)

    I May Destroy You (HBO)

    With 9 nominations, the critically-acclaimed "I May Destroy You" is aiming to make it big through the miniseries categories.

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