The Television Academy announced this year’s Primetime Emmys nominees, scheduled to take place in September. “Succession” ranked as the most-nominated program of 2022, followed by “Ted Lasso” with 20 nominations, and “The White Lotus,” which was named the most-recognized limited series with 20. HBO/HBO Max collestively took the lead with 140 nominations, 108 for HBO, 32 for HBO Max, followed by Netflix with 105.
Apple landed a record 52 Emmy Award nominations, with “Ted Lasso” leading as most nominated comedy, and freshman breakout “Severance” landing Outstanding Drama nomination. “Ted Lasso” earned 20 Emmy nominations in total, leading as the most-nominated comedy series for the second year in a row, with standout performances nabbing 10 acting nominations. "Severance” makes Emmy debut with 14 total nominations for its hit first season.
Apple TV+ earned nominations across 13 titles, including “Schmigadoon!,” “The Morning Show,” “The Problem with Jon Stewart,” “Central Park,” “Pachinko,” “Foundation,” “Lisey’s Story,” “See,” “They Call Me Magic,” and “Carpool Karaoke: The Series." “This extraordinarily talented group of Emmy nominees showcase the variety of brilliant, unique, and original stories we’ve been honored to bring to the screen over the past year,” said Zack Van Amburg, Apple’s head of Worldwide Video. “Each of these series has inspired audiences to view the world a little differently, drawing attention to the human condition in moving, inspiring, and often very funny new ways. We’re grateful to the Television Academy and applaud the creative teams and casts for their wonderful achievements today.”
HBO/HBO Max received 140 Emmy nominations across 24 original programs for the upcoming 74th annual Emmy Awards. HBO/HBO Max earned the most nominations for a single network or platform ever. This marks the 20th time in history that the HBO brand has received the most Primetime Emmy nominations of any network/platform in a single year. This bests HBO’s previous record of 137 nominations in 2019.“We are incredibly proud of all our Emmy nominees,” said Casey Bloys, Chief Content Officer, HBO and HBO Max. “This is a testament to the amazing talent in front of and behind the camera, as well as our gifted programming teams and their unwavering commitment to creating content that breaks through to audiences in a meaningful way."
The Walt Disney Company confirmed 147 nominations for the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards across its content brands and studios, including ABC Entertainment, Disney+, Disney Television Studios’ 20th Television, 20th Television Animation and ABC Signature, Freeform, FX, FX Productions, Hulu, Lucasfilm Ltd., Marvel Studios, National Geographic Content, National Geographic Documentary Films, Searchlight Television, and Walt Disney Studios. Disney’s streaming platforms have earned a total of 92 nominations with Hulu and Disney+ receiving 58 and 34 nominations, respectively; and Disney Television Studios leads studio nominations with an impressive 67 total nods. “This year’s Emmy nominations reflect the depth, breadth, and quality of Disney storytelling that’s only possible because of our talented teams and amazing creative partners,” said Bob Chapek, chief executive officer, The Walt Disney Company. “We are humbled that so much of the great work done across our creative brands have been recognized, and we look forward to bringing even more great storytelling to life as we approach Disney’s second century.”