‘Ted Lasso’ broke a ‘Glee’ record with its Emmy nominations

With its 20 elections, “Ted Lasso” ended up being the most chosen freshman funny in Emmy history, besting the 19 elections “Glee” made in 2010 for its very first season.

The nods made by “Ted Lasso” consisted of finest funny, finest lead star (Jason Sudeikis) and a variety of honors for the program’s supporting cast.

Hanna Waddingham, Juno Temple, Brendan Hunt, Brett Goldstein, Jeremy Swift and Nick Mohammed all got elections for their efficiencies. (Yes, there’s a four-way “Ted Lasso” race in impressive supporting star in a funny series.)

“Getting nominated for an acting Emmy is as thrilling as it is surprising,” stated Hunt, who likewise shares 2 composing elections with fellow authors Sudeikis, Joe Kelly and Costs Lawrence. “Not only was this kind of thing never something I was planning or pining for, but also I’m not even the “finest supporting star” on my own show. I am appreciative of, and humbled by, this recognition; but far more appreciative that so many of my castmates have received the same. We’re a team, but maybe we’re a team with a deep bench.”

The program likewise got 2 elections for funny series modifying, one for finest casting and 3 for impressive directing for a funny series. Among the directing elections went to star and director Zach Braff.

“I’m so honored and happy about this,” Braff composed on Twitter.

“Ted Lasso” returns for its 2nd season on July 23.

The Emmys will happen at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles on September 19.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.