Emmy-winning fam Ron and Jasmine Cephas Jones revealed the 2021 Emmy nominations on July 13, and we've got you covered with everything comedy. Here are all of this year's potential winners, from Outstanding Series to Outstanding Supporting Actress.
Starting us off in the Outstanding Comedy Series category is the hit show Black-ish, which will be coming to an end next year with the release of its eighth and final season. Other series nominated included Cobra Kai, Pen15, Emily in Paris, Hacks, Ted Lasso, The Flight Attendant, and The Kominsky Method.
Next up is the Oustanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. Ted Lasso's Jason Sudeikis unsurprisingly received recognition for his hit role, alongside Black-ish's Anthony Anderson, The Kominsky Method's Michael Douglas, Shameless's William H. Macy, and Kenan's Kenan Thompson.
The contenders for Outstanding Lead Actress certainly did not disappoint. The talented Aidy Bryant of Shrill, Jean Smart of Hacks, Allison Janney of Mom, Kaley Cuoco of The Flight Attendant, and Tracee Ellis Ross representing the multi-nominated Black-ish are all up for the award. Who are your bets on for the night's winner?
Ted Lasso is certainly on a roll, leading in the main comedy categories with their many nominations. The sports comedy's Brett Goldstein, Brendan Hunt, Nick Mohammed, and Jeremy Swift are all nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor. Leading behind them are Saturday Night Live's Bowen Yang and Kenan Thompson. The Kominsky Method's Paul Reiser and Hacks' Carl Clemons-Hopkins are also competing.
And last but not least, nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress are some of our favorite funny gals. SNL's Kate McKinnon, Cecil Strong, and Aidy Bryant all received a nod in this category. Plus, The Flight Attendant's Rosie Perez, Hacks' Hannah Einbinder, and Ted Lasso's Hannah Waddingham and Juno Temple.
We wish the best of luck to all of the nominees! And don't forget to catch the 2021 Emmy Awards on Sunday, September 19, on CBS or Paramount+.