But what's really cool about Dinklage's 2018 nomination is that it has made Emmys history. Oh had earned five supporting bids for "Grey's Anatomy". Interestingly, although James Corden is often nominated as a producer for his CBS late night talk show and his "Carpool Karaoke" specials, he scored a first time performer nomination this year, as well, for "James Corden's Next James Corden", again in the short form actor category. If he wins this year, he'll tie Breaking Bad'sAaron Paul for the most wins in the Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category.
"TBS bravely put a woman over 45 on TV and in turn I only got yelled at by the president once", she said in a statement.
The 70th Emmys ceremony will take place in September and be hosted by comedians Colin Jost and Michael Che.
HBO's fantasy dragons-and-swords saga is a two-time best drama victor that sat out the last year's awards because of its production schedule.
While other streaming services didn't do as well as Netflix did, Hulu was nominated for 27 awards, and Amazon Prime was right behind them at 22 - most of which are from The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
But it was "Thrones" that set the Emmys pace with its seventh season, which aired last summer, earning recognition for cast members Lena Headey, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Peter Dinklage and Diana Rigg.
Johnson & Johnson told to pay $4.7bn in powder case
The jury reached a unanimous verdict yesterday to award compensatory damages for 22 plaintiffs that averaged US$25 million apiece. Johnson & Johnson has been sued by more than 9,000 women who claim its talcum powder contributed to their ovarian cancer.
Competing with Moss, Oh and Russell for lead drama actress are Claire Foy for "The Crown", Tatiana Maslany of "Orphan Black" and Evan Rachel Wood of "Westworld". Other nominees in the category include Jason Bateman ("Ozark"), Ed Harris ("Westworld") and Matthew Rhys ("The Americans").
Anderson tops Isner 26-24 in 5th in epic Wimbledon semifinal
Anderson had already won the first point of the game but was blown back while returning yet another of Isner's monstrous serves. South Africa's Kevin Anderson hugs John Isner of the United States, right, after the longest Wimbledon semi-final in history.