The Mandalorian leads 2021 Emmy nominations, followed by WandaVision

Elections for the 73rd Emmys were revealed on Tuesday, and to the surprise of nobody, Disney definitely tidied up, with 146 elections throughout all classifications. The media giant made elections all throughout its platforms and networks, however Disney Plus had an especially standout early morning with enormous provings from both The Mandalorian and WandaVision.

The Mandalorian season 2 made 24 elections, bringing it into a tie with the most recent season of Netflix’s The Crown for the most elections of any series this year. Amongst a list of technical awards, The Mandalorian likewise made an election for “Best Drama Series,” along with visitor star elections for Timothy Olyphant and Carl Weathers and a supporting star election for Giancarlo Esposito.

Disney’s other Emmy competitor was WandaVision, which was sent as a Limited Series for this year’s competitors. The series made an overall of 23 elections, consisting of “Best Limited Series,” and acting elections for both of its leads. On the other hand meme-star Kathryn Hahn likewise got chosen for the series as a supporting starlet. Disney’s other Marvel show, The Falcon and Winter Soldier, earned five nominations, including one for Don Cheadle’s guest appearance.

Elsewhere in the nominations, Ted Lasso had a particularly impressive day, earning 20 nominations. This brings Apple TV Plus’ soccer comedy just two nomination shy of 30 Rock’s all-time comedy record of 21 nominations. Perhaps the funniest part of the show’s nominations came in the “supporting actor in a comedy series” category, where it earned four of the categories’ eight total nominations — including one for the series’ co-creator Brendan Hunt.

Among the other highly-chosen shows and series are HBO’s Mare of Easttown, which earned 16, Netflix’s Queen’s Gambit, which earned 18, Saturday Night Live, which earned 21, Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale, with 21, and HBO’s Lovecraft Country, which had 18.

The Emmy Awards will be broadcast on Sunday, Sept. 19 at 8 p.m. ET.

CORRECTION: A previous version of this story misstated the number of Emmy nominations for The Falcon and the Winter Season Soldier.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.