The 2018 Emmy nominations were announced Thursday morning, and as always, there were snubs and surprises aplenty.
Snub: "Will & Grace" came roaring back this season with a well-received revival, but the NBC sitcom barely cracked the Emmy nominations with just one supporting actress nod for Megan Mullally.
Surprise: Ed Harris scored an unexpected nomination for his work as the Man in the Black Hat on "Westworld", sneaking past "Game of Thrones" star Kit Harington and three-time nominee Liev Schreiber.
Snub: Showtime's "Twin Peaks: The Return" proved too divisive for Emmy voters, missing both the outstanding limited series category as well as the acting categories for stars Kyle MacLachlan and Laura Dern.
Surprise: John Legend and Sara Bareilles both earned nominations in the crowded limited series/movie acting categories for "Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert". Together they beat out the likes of Nicole Kidman, Angela Lansbury and Al Pacino.
Snub: "Transparent" has been an Emmy mainstay in recent years, but in the aftermath of sexual misconduct allegations against star Jeffrey Tambor, this year it was entirely shut out.
Surprise: Tatiana Maslany already has one Emmy for "Orphan Black", but after sitting out a year, the actress returned with a nomination for the BBC America drama's final season.
Snub: "This Is Us" scored two nods in the lead actor category for Sterling K. Brown and Milo Ventimiglia, but in supporting, Justin Hartley and Chrissy Metz were both shut out.
Surprise: Kenan Thompson received his first nomination for "Saturday Night Live" this year, meaning that for the first time since its premiere in 2009, "Modern Family" was completely locked out of the supporting actor in a comedy category.
Snub: Netflix's reboot of "One Day at a Time" got no love from the Emmys this year, save one single editing nod. Not even EGOT-winner Rita Moreno could break through in the supporting actress category.
Surprise: "The Crown" over-performed expectations in this year's nominations, winning nods for drama series, star Claire Foy and even supporting players Matt Smith and Vanessa Kirby.
Snub: With Julia Louis-Dreyfus out of the running, lead actress in a comedy is up for grabs this year, but "GLOW" star Alison Brie was overlooked in favor of fellow newcomer Issa Rae.
Surprise: TNT's "The Alienist" managed to elbow its way into the packed limited series field, besting David Lynch's "Twin Peaks" revival, Hulu's "The Looming Tower" and Starz's new take on "Howards End."
Snub: "Game of Thrones" stars Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington both bumped themselves up to lead categories this year after having previously submitted as supporting, a decision that evidently did not go over well with Emmy voters.
Surprise: "The Daily Show With Trevor Noah" earned its first nomination for variety talk series this year, slipping past "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," which missed the mark for a second year in a row.
Snub: Al Pacino was considered a frontrunner for starring in HBO's "Paterno", but Emmy voters opted to instead recognize "Jesus Christ Superstar's" John Legend, and "Black Mirror: USS Callister" star Jesse Plemons.