Watch Rachel Bloom’s ‘Super Chill’ Reaction to ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s’ Emmys Snub (Video)

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The 2018 Emmy nominations featured plenty of notable omissions, but at least one star/co-creator is “super chill” about the snub of her show.

“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” and The CW were outright snubbed by Emmy voters this year, and like so many others have done since the nominations were announced on Thursday morning, Rachel Bloom released her own reaction statement. Though hers may not be quite as “over-the-moon” as some of the others.

“Super chill about the Emmy nominations,” Bloom wrote on Twitter, posting a video of herself trashing the show’s office after the TV academy overlooked the third season of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”

“She’s so chilllllllll,” added Bloom’s co-creator Aline Brosh McKenna.

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“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” has scored nominations in the past, even winning two Emmys — for editing and choreography — in its inaugural season.

Luckily for Bloom, The CW has already renewed the show for a fourth and final season, so she and “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” have one more shot to catch voters’ attention. Here’s to 2019.

Super chill about the Emmy nominations #CrazyExGirlfriend pic.twitter.com/3ZYxe3zkv3

— Rachel Bloom (@Racheldoesstuff) July 12, 2018

She’s so chilllllllll #CrazyExGirlfriend https://t.co/hpQaScOLbs

— Aline Brosh McKenna (@alinebmckenna) July 12, 2018

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Emmy Nominees Are Gratefully Honored to Be Thrilled Into Over-the-Moon Shock

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Emmy nominations were announced Thursday morning, and with them came the flood of reactions from those lucky enough to score a nod.

If you’re already done processing TheWrap’s breakdown of nominations by networks and programs, read on for our tally of just how thrilled, honored, grateful and proud this year’s nominees are, according to a semi-scientific survey of our in-boxes.

As of this writing, gratitude was a big winner, with 15 nominees declaring themselves grateful in one way or another — though Brian Grazer and Ron Howard went the extra mile and declared themselves “incredibly grateful” for the nomination in the Outstanding Limited Series category that “Genius” received.

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Honor also made a strong showing, with no fewer than 14 nominees declaring themselves honored or that it was an honor to be nominated.

And what would Emmys nomination day be without some thrills? Seven nominees either said it was thrilling or they were thrilled to be nominated, while “Stranger Things” star Millie Bobby Brown and the “Fuller House” gang took the extra step of declaring themselves “beyond thrilled” about their nominations. “Absolutely thrilled” also landed a mention, via truTV president Chris Linn’s reaction to the Emmy nomination for “At Home with Amy Sedaris.”

Another annual favorite, pride, made a strong showing, with six nominees saying they were proud and “immensely proud” also making a showing.

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Of course, every year there are new additions to the canon, courtesy of nominees who set themselves apart from the piles of thrills, honors and gratitude. Thus, Pamela Adlon was “completely over the moon” about her Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series nomination for “Better Things.” “GLOW” actress Betty Gilpin, meanwhile, found herself in a “shock and denial paralysis.”

And Joseph Fiennes? Well, he was left “a little dumbstruck and elated” by his first Emmy nomination, for “The Handmaid’s Tale.”

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Good luck in September, nominees! In the meantime it’s been a thrilling and gratitude-filled honor to react to your reactions.

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Anthony Bourdain, ‘Parts Unknown’ Earn 7 Emmy Nominations

Anthony Bourdain, ‘Parts Unknown’ Earn 7 Emmy Nominations

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Gone, but not forgotten. On Thursday, the late Anthony Bourdain received the final Emmy nominations of his career with seven posthumous nods for his CNN series, “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown,” including a nomination for 2018’s Outstanding Informational Series Or Special.

The other nods “Parts Unknown” received from the Television Academy were nominations for Outstanding Picture Editing For Nonfiction Programming, Outstanding Cinematography For Nonfiction Programming, Outstanding Sound Mixing for Nonfiction Programming, Outstanding Sound Editing for a Nonfiction Program, Outstanding Writing for a Nonfiction Program.

The show’s web series, “CNN, Roads & Kingdoms,” also grabbed an Outstanding Short Form Nonfiction Or Reality Series nod, bringing Bourdain’s potential 2018 Primetime Emmy statuette number up to seven.

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Last month, the 61-year-old chef was found dead in a hotel room in Paris while on site filming another episode of the current eleventh season of “Parts Unknown.” In his years hosting the program for CNN, Bourdain had become one of the more beloved figures on the channel, even among frequent critics of the network. He was also a New York Times best-selling author.

CNN’s long-term plans for the show still remain unclear, though a channel insider said they expected the network to keep “Parts Unknown” going with a new host.

“They need to helm it with somebody else,” they told TheWrap. “There’s a lot of opportunity there not to give up on that mission of bringing American audiences people and food and customs with which they’re not familiar with and that mission is important. People need this show.”

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Emmy Nominations: Here Are All 36 First Time Performer Nominees

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Welcome to the club, new Emmy nominees! Among the first time performer nominees this year are Kenan Thompson, Jessica Biel, John Legend, James Corden, Darren Criss, Penelope Cruz, and Tiffany Haddish.
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Emmy Nominations by the Numbers: Netflix Surpasses HBO, ‘Game of Thrones’ Scores 22 Nods

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The 2018 Emmy Awards nominations are all accounted for, with Netflix surpassing HBO to grab 112 nominations. HBO finished with 108 nominations.

Netflix broke HBO’s 17-year streak of being the most nominated network, increasing its count from 91 in 2017. HBO drew three fewer nods compared to last year, when it had 111. Netflix and HBO were the only two to have their nomination count in the triple digits.

However, the pay-cable network still had two of the top three most-nominated shows. “Game of Thrones” led all shows with 22 nominations, with “Saturday Night Live” and “Westworld” also grabbing 21 nods each. Hulu’s “Handmaid’s Tale” leaped from 13 nods in 2017 to 20 nominations this year.

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NBC was again the most nominated broadcast network with 78 nods, up from 64 in 2017. FX and CBS rounded out the top five.

Of the newcomers, “The Assassination of Gianni Versace” landed 18 nominations, while “The Marvelous Ms. Maisel” earned 14 nods and “Barry” scored 13 nominations. Netflix’s “Glow” also landed 10 nods.

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Top Networks

Netflix (112)
HBO (108)
NBC (78)
FX Networks (50)
CBS (34)
ABC (31)
Hulu (27)
Amazon (22)
Showtime (21)
National Geographic (17)
Fox (16)
VH1 (12)
CNN (10)

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Top Shows

“Game of Thrones” (22)
“Saturday Night Live” (21)
“Westworld” (21)
“The Handmaid’s Tale (20)
“The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” (18)
“Atlanta” (16)
“The Marvelous Ms. Maisel” (14)
“Barry” (13)
“The Crown (13)
“Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert” (13)
“Godless” (12)
“Stranger Things” (12)
“Glow” (10)
“RuPaul’s Drag Race” (10)
“The Voice” (10)
“Last Week Tonight” (9)
“Twin Peaks” (9)
“The Oscars” (8)
“This Is Us” (8)
“American Horror Story: Cult” (7)
“Genius: Picasso” (7)
“Jane” (7)
“Silicon Valley” (7)
“Black Mirror” (7)
“The Alienist” (6)
“Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” (6)
“Dancing With the Stars” (6)
“Black-ish” (5)
“Blue Planet II” (5)
“The Defiant Ones” (5)
“Fahrenheit 451” (5)
“Ozark” (5)
“Patrick Melrose” (5)
“So You Think You Can Dance” (5)
Wild Wild Country” (5)
Will & Grace” (5)

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Emmy Nominations: The Complete List

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The announcement of the 2018 Emmy nominations is in the books, with top drama coming down to “The Americans,” “The Crown,” “Game of Thrones,” “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Stranger Things,” “This Is Us” and “Westworld.”

TheWrap is updating this post with nominees in real time. One name we definitely won’t be hearing called this year is perennial comedy winner “Veep,” which didn’t air during the qualification period.

The 70th Emmy Awards are set to air Monday, September 17 at 8/7c on NBC.

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Below are the categories. We’re adding finalists as quickly as we can.

Here are your nominees:
Outstanding Drama Series
The Americans
The Crown
Game of Thrones
The Handmaid’s Tale
Stranger Things
This Is Us
Westworld

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Jason Bateman
Sterling K. Brown
Ed Harris
Matthew Rhys
Milo Ventimiglia
Jeffrey Wright

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
Claire Foy
Tatiana Maslany
Elisabeth Moss
Sandra Oh
Kerri Russell
Evan Rachel Wood

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Anthony Anderson
Ted Danson
Larry David
Donald Glover
Bill Hader
William H. Macy

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Pamela Adlon
Lily Tomlin
Allison Janney
Tracee Ellis Ross
Issa Rae
Rachel Brosnahan

Outstanding Reality-Competition Program
The Amazing Race
American Ninja Warrior
Project Runway
RuPaul’s Drag Race
Top Chef
The Voice

Outstanding Variety Talk Series
The Daily Show
Full Frontal
Jimmy Kimmel Live
Last Week Tonight
The Late Late Show
The Late Show

Outstanding Comedy Series
Atlanta
Barry
Black-ish
Curb Your Enthusiasm
GLOW
The Marvelous Ms. Maisel
Silicon Valley
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Outstanding Limited Series
Genius: Picasso
Godless
Patrick Melrose
The Alienist
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Movie
Jessica Biel
Laura Dern
Michelle Dockery
Edie Falco
Regina King
Sarah Paulson

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or a Movie
Antonio Banderas
Darren Criss
Benedict Cumberbatch
Jeff Daniels
John Legend
Jesse Plemons

Outstanding Variety Sketch Series
At Home with Amy Sedaris
Drunk History
I Love You, America
Portlandia
Saturday Night Live
The Tracey Ullman Show

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy
Zazie Beetz
Laurie Metcalf
Leslie Jones
Alex Borstein
Betty Gilpin
Aidy Bryant
Kate McKinnon
Megan Mullally

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy
Brian Tyree Henry
Louie Anderson
Kenan Thompson
Tituss Burgess
Henry Winkler
Alec Baldwin
Tony Shalhoub

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie
Adina Porter
Merritt Wever
Penelope Cruz
Letitia Wright
Sara Bareilles
Judith Light

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie
Jeff Daniels
Ricky Martin
Finn Wittrock
John Leguizamo
Brandon Victor Dixon
Edgar Ramirez
Michael Stuhlbarg

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
Mandy Patinkin
Matt Smith
Peter Dinklage
David Harbour
Joseph Fiennes

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama 
Lena Headey
Vanessa Kirby
Ann Dowd
Thandie Newton
Millie Bobby Brown
Alexis Bledel
Yvonne Strahovski

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Emmy Nominations 2017: The Complete List

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The 2017 Emmy Awards will go down as the year of the newcomer, though the oldest show of all, “SNL,” tied freshman “Westworld” to lead the way with 22 nods apiece.

Newbies dominated many of the categories, with either limited series or debuts taking in the bulk of nominations. “This is Us,” “Stranger Things,” “Westworld,” “The Crown” and “Handmaid’s Tale” are all first-season shows and make up the bulk of the best drama category.

“FEUD: Bette and Joan,” the first installment in the Ryan Murphy FX anthology, garnered six acting nominations in addition to its 12 others, including Outstanding Limited Series.

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Comedy was mostly dominated by old standards, such as “Saturday Night Live,” which had a successful year thanks to viral political sketches and standout performances from the cast and guest stars like Alec Baldwin and Melissa McCarthy.

Even without any “Game of Thrones” episodes making the qualifying period, HBO’s 111 nominations made the premium-TV network number one over Netflix’s 91. Last year, HBO had 94 and Netflix had only 54.

In terms of broadcast, NBC led the pack with 60 nominations.

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Here are your nominees:
Outstanding Drama Series
Better Call Saul
The Crown
The Handmaid’s Tale
House of Cards
Stranger Things
This Is Us
Westworld

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Sterling K. Brown – “This is Us”
Anthony Hopkins – “Westworld”
Bob Odenkirk  – “Better Call Saul”
Matthew Rhys – “The Americans”
Liev Schreiber – “Ray Donovan”
Kevin Spacey – “House of Cards”
Milo Ventimiglia – “This is Us”

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
Viola Davis – “How to Get Away With Murder”
Claire Foy – “The Crown”
Elisabeth Moss – “The Handmaid’s Tale”
Keri Russell – “The Americans”
Evan Rachel Wood – “Westworld”
Robin Wright – “House of Cards”

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Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Anthony Anderson – “black-ish”
Aziz Ansari – “Master of None”
Zach Galifianakis – “Baskets”
Donald Glover – “Atlanta”
William H. Macy – “Shameless”
Jeffrey Tambor – “Transparent”

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Pamela Adlon – “Better Things”
Jane Fonda – “Grace and Frankie”
Allison Janney – “Mom”
Ellie Kemper – “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”
Julia Louis-Dreyfus – “Veep”
Tracee Ellis Ross – “black-ish”
Lily Tomlin – “Grace and Frankie”

Outstanding Reality-Competition Program
The Amazing Race
American Ninja Warrior
Project Runway
RuPaul’s Drag Race
Top Chef
The Voice

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Outstanding Variety Series
Full Frontal
Jimmy Kimmel Live
Last Week Tonight
The Late Late Show
The Late Show
Real Time

Outstanding Limited Series
Big Little Lies
Fargo
Feud
Genius
The Night Of

Outstanding Comedy Series
Atlanta
Black-ish
Master of None
Modern Family
Silicon Valley
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Veep

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Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Movie
Carrie Coon – “Fargo”
Felicity Huffman – “American Crime”
Nicole Kidman – “Big Little Lies”
Jessica Lange – “FEUD: Bette and Joan”
Susan Sarandon – “FEUD: Bette and Joan”
Reese Witherspoon – “Big Little Lies”

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or a Movie
Riz Ahmed – “The Night Of”
Benedict Cumberbatch – “Sherlock: The Lying Detective (Masterpiece)”
Robert De Niro – “The Wizard of Lies”
Ewan McGregor – “Fargo”
Geoffrey Rush – “Genius”
John Turturro – “The Night Of”

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy
Vanessa Bayer – “Saturday Night Live”
Anna Chlumsky – “Veep”
Kathryn Hahn – “Transparent”
Leslie Jones – “Saturday Night Live”
Judith Light – “Transparent”
Kate McKinnon – “Saturday Night Live”

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Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy
Louie Anderson – “Baskets”
Alec Baldwin – “Saturday Night Live”
Tituss Burgess – “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”
Ty Burrell – “Modern Family”
Tony Hale – “Veep”
Matt Walsh – “Veep”

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series Or a Movie
Bill Camp – The Night Of
Alfred Molina – FEUD: Bette And Joan
Alexander Skarsgard – Big Little Lies
David Thewlis – Fargo
Stanley Tucci – FEUD: Bette And Joan
Michael Kenneth Williams – The Night Of

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series Or a Movie
Judy Davis – FEUD: Bette And Joan
Laura Dern – Big Little Lies
Jackie Hoffman – FEUD: Bette And Joan
Regina King – American Crime
Michelle Pfeiffer – The Wizard Of Lies
Shailene Woodley – Big Little Lies

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Outstanding Variety Sketch Series
Billy On The Street
Documentary Now!
Drunk History
Portlandia
Saturday Night Live
Tracey Ullman’s Shows

Outstanding Reality Host
Alec Baldwin – Match Game
W. Kamau Bell – United Shades Of America With W. Kamau Bell
RuPaul Charles – RuPaul’s Drag Race
Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn – Project Runway
Gordon Ramsay – MasterChef Junior
Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg – Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Jonathan Banks – “Better Call Saul”
David Harbour – “Stranger Things”
Ron Cephas Jones – “This is Us”
Michael Kelly – “House of Cards”
John Lithgow – “The Crown”
Mandy Patinkin – “Homeland”
Jeffrey Wright – “Westworld”

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Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Uzo Aduba – “Orange is the New Black”
Millie Bobby Brown = “Stranger Things”
Ann Dowd – “The Handmaid’s Tale”
Chrissy Metz – “This is Us”
Thandie Newton – “Westworld”
Samira Wiley – “The Handmaid’s Tale”

The full list can be found here.

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Emmy Nominees Are ‘Chuffed,’ ‘Thrilled,’ ‘Honored’ and ‘Elated’ — With a Cherry on Top!

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Ah, Emmy nomination reactions — the television crowd’s way of kind-of, sort-of getting to make an acceptance speech, just in case you don’t actually end up winning.

With Emmy nominations announced Thursday, those lucky enough to get a nom are once again gushing with expressions of thrilled gratitude, honored pride and excited happiness over just being included among such an amazing list of artists.

While the reactions are still flooding into TheWrap’s in-box, so far “honor” is far ahead of the pack in this year’s statements — of the nominees tallied so far, a full 14 have declared that they were “honored” to be nominated, or that the nomination was an “honor.”

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However, don’t sleep on all the thrills being experienced today; “thrilled” and “thrilling” are a strong second place, with seven mentions. And there is an admirable amount of gratitude going on — so far five nominees have declared themselves “grateful” in one way or another.

A possible new entry in the Emmy Nomination Reaction Olympics: “chuffed,” which we’re going to assume is a good thing. Peter Morgan of “The Crown” declared himself “chuffed, thrilled, proud and honored” by the recognition — a list that might deserve some kind of crown of its own. Meanwhile, “Top Chef” personality Padma Lakshmi classed things up, declaring herself “elated” over her show’s nomination for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program.

Sterling K. Brown of “This Is Us” likewise shook things up, declaring the nomination the “cherry on top” of the sundae that is having “the best job on TV!”

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Happiness was also in the air for the Emmy nominees Thursday morning, with four nominees declaring that they were happy with the nominations. Two nominees were stunned by the nomination or found the nomination stunning — one of whom being “The Handmaid’s Tale” creator Bruce Miller, who also found the experience “overwhelming.”

TheWrap will continue to update the tally as the reactions keep rolling in. In the meantime, congratulations nominees — it’s been a thrilling honor that we’re grateful and happy for to read your reactions.

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