After sitting out last year's ceremony, "Game of Thrones" picked up the most nominations -- 22 -- in all categories, with SNL and "Westworld" close behind with 21 each. Netflix had the most nominations platform wise, with 112, followed by HBO with 108 and NBC with 78.
John Legend could step one closer to getting an EGOT with his nomination for "Jesus Christ Superstar" and, despite the show being canceled, Laurie Metcalf scored a nom for "Roseanne." The series also picked up one additional nom for editing. Anthony Bourdain was also honored posthumously with two nominations for "Parts Unknown," while the show itself picked up 6 noms.
When it comes to late-night, NBC was shut out when it came to their programs, with "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" and "Late Night with Seth Meyers" getting snubbed, while Jimmy Kimmel, James Corden, Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, John Oliver and Samantha Bee all got noms.
Also worth pointing out is Sandra Oh's nomination, which makes her the first Asian actress for to score an Emmy for lead actress in a drama series.
This year's event will be hosted by "Saturday Night Live" Weekend Update stars Michael Che and Colin Jost and will air on Monday, September 17 live on both coasts on NBC.