Emmy says goodbye to "Lost," cold-shoulders "24" and finally acknowledges "Friday Night Lights" and "True Blood." TheWrap takes stock of this year's nominations as we unpack some of the awards show milestones, surprises and take-aways.
Emmy Shocks, Snubs and Take-Aways (Slideshow)
Emmy's With Coco: The awards show cast its lot with Conan, but ignored Leno, giving the ex-"Tonight Show" host an Emmy nod.
Everybody Hates Chuck Lorre: "Two and a Half Men" and "The Big Bang Theory" get shut out of best comedy category.
And Everybody Loves Betty White: The Facebook favorite picked up an Emmy nomination for her work hosting "SNL."
"SNL" Record Breaker: With 126 nods, it beats "ER" to become the most nominated show in history.
Elisabeth Moss Gets Demoted: Moss got a best actress nomination last year. This year she had to settle for a supporting nod.
"Lost"s' Fond Farewell: In its final season, “Lost” returned to the best drama category and picked up 12 nods overall.
It's So Easy to Say Goodbye to "24"/"Law & Order": The two dramas wrapped up this year, but both were largely shut out.
Fang-tastic Showing for "True Blood": The vampire drama picked up its first nomination for best drama series.
DirecTV Emmy Contender: Moving from NBC didn't hurt "Friday Night Lights." The drama got nominations for its lead actors.
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