If Julia Louis-Dreyfus wins the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress for “Veep”, she will set a new record for most Emmys won by a performer for the same role in a series.
With 10 nominations, “This Is Us” wasn’t even the original title of the show - It was almost called “36”.
At the age of 13, if Millie Bobby wins Best Supporting Actress for “Stranger Things”, she will be the youngest Emmy winner of all time.
Game of Thrones holds the record for most Emmy wins for a Drama series with 38 awards.
If Viola Davis wins Outstanding Lead Actress for “How To Get Away With Murder”, she will be the first person since 2007 to win an Oscar and an Emmy in the same year.
Betty White holds the record for being the oldest person to win an Emmy at the age of 88, and the oldest nominee at 90.
Nominee for Best Supporting Actress, Chrissy Metz revealed she only had 81 cents in her bank account when she landed her role in “This Is Us”.
17 Oscar Winners are in the running for Emmy awards this year including: Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman for “Big Little Lies”, Robert De Niro for “The Wizard of Lies”, and more.
Although he has been hosting on reality television since 2005, Gordon Ramsay just scored his first Emmy nomination this year for Best Reality Host for “MasterChef Junior”.
"Westworld" is one of two shows nominated for the most Emmy awards this year with 22 nominations.
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