It's time for the 2013 Emmy nominations!
Will "Homeland" dominate again? Will the new original Netflix programs shake things up? Will "30 Rock" and "The Office" get honored for their final seasons? Will Monica Potter be nominated for her impressive performance on "Parenthood"? Will newcomer Tatiana Maslany sneak in for her incredible performance in "Orphan Black"?
Tune in today, Thursday, July 18 at 8:40 ET/5:40 PT to find out when the 2013 Emmy nominations are announced!
"Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul and "House of Cards" actress Kate Mara were scheduled to announce the 2013 Emmy nominations from Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre in North Hollywood, CA, but Mara was unfortunately unable to be there due to travel difficulties. Her replacement will be "How I Met Your Mother" star Neil Patrick Harris.
07/18/2013 11:44 AM EDT
The biggest Emmys snub, Monica Potter, speaks
"Well, at least I get to stay in my PJs now! Huge congrats to Anna Gunn, Maggie Smith, Emilia Clarke, Christine Baranski, Morena Baccarin, & Christina Hendricks - you ladies knocked it out of the park this year!! xoxoxo" - Monica Potter
07/18/2013 11:40 AM EDT
HBO is an Emmys king
WOW. @HBO was the most-nominated network w/ a whopping 108 noms. @CBS & #NBC tied for 2nd w/ 53. #EmmysChat— Television Academy (@PrimetimeEmmys) 4 years ago
07/18/2013 11:34 AM EDT
Dax speaks the truth
If @monicapotter can't get nominated for an emmy, then no one can. Save the submission fee everyone! #bullshit #horseshit #shitshit— dax shepard (@daxshepard1) 4 years ago
07/18/2013 11:26 AM EDT
SNUBS & SURPRISES
Every year, some people don't make the Emmys cut. But for every snub, there's a pleasant surprise. We've complied a snubs & surprises list and want your input.
From Monica Potter and "Parks and Rec" to "House of Cards" and Connie Britton, these are our snubs and surprises.
What are yours?
07/18/2013 11:20 AM EDT
We need to talk about the 'Parks & Rec' snubs
Hey #Emmy, his name is Rob Lowe...for future reference.— Chad Lowe (@ichadlowe) 2 years ago
07/18/2013 10:59 AM EDT
'House of Cards' shakes it up
"All of us at 'House of Cards' are honored by the nominations. Almost four years into this journey, and well underway on production for Season Two, it's such a thrill to have the collective efforts of our talented cast, crew, designers, directors and writers recognized by the Television Academy. This dedicated team has made 'House of Cards' by far the most rewarding artistic experience of my career. I'm particularly happy for Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright - they are the center of our show's universe and make every episode shine. And of course I'm delighted for David Fincher - his brilliance and vision inspire us all." - Beau Willimon
“We are overwhelmed with 14 nominations and honored by a warm welcome which corroborates what we have always believed, that great television is great television regardless of where, when and how it is enjoyed. We are so proud of our series creators and their groundbreaking work on ‘House of Cards,’ ‘Arrested Development’ and ‘Hemlock Grove.’" - Ted Sarandos, Netflix Chief Content Officer.
07/18/2013 10:50 AM EDT
Kerry Washington (again)!
Just landed. WOW! Im so grateful &humbled. THX 4 all your CONGRATS! YAY 4 @danbucatinsky 😃 Cant wait 2 hug #Scandal fam at todays table read— kerry washington (@kerrywashington) 2 years ago
07/18/2013 10:48 AM EDT
And a HUGE thank you to the @PrimetimeEmmys voters! What an absolute honor! Wow.— kerry washington (@kerrywashington) 2 years ago
07/18/2013 10:45 AM EDT
Holy shit I just got an Emmy nomination for best guest actress @TheGoodWife_CBS #TheGoodWife #freakingout— Carrie Preston (@Carrie_Preston) 4 years ago
07/18/2013 10:39 AM EDT
Netflix makes history
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