2018 Emmys

Elisabeth Moss in "Handmaid's Tale." (George Kraychyk / Hulu)

Emmys 2018: The complete list of nominees for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards

The 2018 Emmy Award nominations were announced Thursday morning. After a year of ineligibility, “Game of Thrones” returned with a stunning 22 nominations, including best drama. Another HBO drama, “Westworld,” followed closely behind with 21 nominations. Last year’s best drama series winner “The Handmaid’s Tale” drew 20 nominations. Additionally, Sandra Oh made history as the first Asian actress to be nominated for best lead actress in a drama series. On the comedy side, “Saturday Night Live,” “Atlanta” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” were tops with 21, 16 and 14 nominations, respectively.

The Creative Arts Emmys will be presented on Saturday, Sept. 8 and Sunday, Sept. 9. The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards will take place Sept. 17 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. The ceremony will be hosted by Michael Che and Colin Jost.

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Jodie Sweetin, left, Candace Cameron Bure and Andrea Barber at the red-carpet premiere of Netflix's "Fuller House" in 2016. (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)

Actress-singer Mandy Moore stars in the NBC's breakout freshman drama "This Is Us." (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)

Alison Brie and Britney Young play novice professional wrestlers in the new Netflix series "GLOW." (Erica Parise / Netflix)

Host Jimmy Kimmel and Oscar winner Guillermo del Toro are shown with producer J. Miles Dale backstage at the Academy Awards. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)

Judd Apatow goes back to stand-up comedy after 20 years away in the Netflix special "The Return." (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)

Season 2 of 'Ozark', says Jason Bateman, with Laura Linney, is "a good escalation of everything as far as danger ... our relationship." (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)

Executive producer/director Barry Levinson, left, and executive producer/actor Robert De Niro discuss HBO's "The Wizard of Lies" at the 2017 Winter Television Critics Assn. Press Tour. (Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images)

Bryan Fogel and Dr. Grigory Rodchenkov in a scene from "Icarus." (Netflix)

Ed Harris, Thandie Newton, Evan Rachel Wood and Anthony Hopkins star in the trailer for HBO's "Westworld."

Tiffany Haddish of "Girls Trip." (Christina House / For The Times)

This image released by Hulu shows a scene from the series, "The Handmaid's Tale," returning for a second season on April 25. (George Kraychyk/Hulu via AP)

"Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath," an eight-part docuseries on A&E . (Miller Mobley / A&E)

John Oliver on "Last Week Tonight." (Eric Liebowitz / Associated Press)

Anthony Anderson of “black-ish” reveals his favorite shows and which old sitcoms he wishes he’d been on, and belts out show theme songs.

Season 2 of 'Ozark', says Jason Bateman, with Laura Linney, is "a good escalation of everything as far as danger ... our relationship." (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)

"So I just made the decision to not understand him and just ride the wave, Jeff Daniels says of his Godless" character. (Christina House / Los Angeles Times)

Lily Tomlin of 'Grace and Frankie' talks about the show's wide appeal and her 'Shark Tank' fantasy.

Claire Foy earned an Emmy nomination for playing Queen Elizabeth in "The Crown." (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)

"Shame has been lifted because so many voices are coming together to share their common experience. It’s an incredible feeling," says Laura Dern, who stars in the child sexual abuse film "The Tale." (Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times)

Sam Waterston in a scene from Netflix's "Godless." (Ursula Coyote/Netflix)

Music: Eli Brueggemann; Lyrics:
Music: Mark Rivers; Lyrics: Mark Rivers
Music: Steve Martin; Lyrics: Steve Martin

'The Voice', winner of the Emmy for reality competition at the 69th Emmy Awards. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)

Actor David Harbour tips his hat to the 'horrible' kids on 'Stranger Things.'

The role seemed complicated, weighty and loving. All that seemed amazing to me,” Michael Stuhlbarg says of playing the father in Call Me by Your Name." (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)

The cast of "Will & Grace" -- Eric McCormack, left, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally, and Sean Hayes -- share a laugh in the audience bleachers on the set of the revival at the NBCUniversal lot. (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times)

Millie Bobby Brown. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)

Director Jennifer Fox,€ photographed this week in the L.A. Times Studio during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)

Amy Sedaris' "At Home With Amy Sedaris" is half riff on home/project shows and half sincere crafting instruction. "Everything in my house is covered with tape. Everything looks better when it's covered in packing tape," she says. (Michael Nagle/ For The T

Recording artist Bruno Mars accepts the award for Album of the Year during the 60th Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden (Christopher Polk / Getty Images for NARAS)

Actress Carol Burnett photographed at the Langham Hotel in Pasadena. (Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times)

John Oliver on "Last Week Tonight." (Eric Liebowitz / Associated Press)

Writer-creator Peter Morgan with Matt Smith (Prince Philip) and Claire Foy (Queen Elizabeth II) in a behind-the-scenes look on the set of Season 2's "The Crown." (Alex Bailey / Netflix)

Penelope Cruz as Donatella Versace in a scene from "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story." (Jeff Daly / FX)