It's Emmy nominations day! Time to start arguing over snubs and surprises. Here are a few one of the noms we're celebrating!
Bow down for Maggie Smith, nominated for outstanding supporting actress in a drama for Downton Abbey.
If it's Emmy time, it's Jon Hamm time. He's nominated for outstanding actor in a drama for Mad Men.
Why, hello Vera Farmiga! She is nominated for outstanding actress in a drama for Bates Hotel.
Are you watching The Newsroom yet? Get on it! Jeff Daniels is in the running for outstanding actor in a drama.
Think Don Cheadle can only pull off the serious stuff? Then you're not watching House of Lies, for which he's nominated for best actor in a comedy.
Jane Lynch is a given—this is her third time getting nominated for her role on Glee!
Happy surprise! Anna Chlumsky is nominated for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy for Veep.
Elisabeth Moss is killing it! She's nominated both for her role on Mad Men and the mini-series Top of the Lake.
Connie Britton FTW! She's nominated for outstanding actress in a drama for Nashville.
Modern Family is an awards-show fave, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson pulled in a nom for outstanding supporting actor in a comedy.
Hail to the Veep! Julia-Louis Dreyfus is the queen of comedy, and just received her zillionth nomination for actress in a comedy.
Downton Abbey picked up plenty of nominations, including Michelle Dockery for outstanding actress in a drama.
It's hard not to love So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley, and the academy agrees. She's up for outstanding reality show host.
Another given—Bryan Cranston for Breaking Bad.
30 Rock is over, but it's hold on the Emmys is not. Jane Krakowski is one of the many nominated for her involvement with the show.
Another Modern Family honoree? Ed O'Neill.
Get it, girl. Amy Poehler is once again nominated for her role on Parks and Rec.
Yep, Scandal is really happening, ya'll. Kerry Washington was nominated for outstanding actress in a drama.
Sofia Vergara is nominated for the fourth time in a row for Modern Family.
All that glitter paid off! Michael Douglas is nominated for Behind the Candelabra.
Last year's (and the year before!) winner Julie Bowen is nominated again for Modern Family.
Are you watching Enlightened yet? Another reason to try it—Laura Dern is nominated.
He's just so good at playing creeps! Kevin Spacey is nominated for House of Cards.
Matt Damon will be competing against his on-screen partner Michael Douglas for Behind the Candelabra.
Bobby Cannavale is nominated for Boardwalk, but he'll always be Will's boyfriend to us.
Edie Falco rules the world, and has a nom for Nurse Jackie for outstanding actress in a comedy.
Respect for Louis CK! He's nominated for outstanding actor in a comedy.
He is the heart of Dancing with the Stars, and now Tom Bergeron is being thanked via an Emmy nom for outstanding host.
Anyone who sees screen time on Homeland was nominated, including the lovely Morena Baccarin.
Is there anything Ryan Seacrest doesn't do? No. He even gets nominated for Emmys for hosting American Idol!
A pleasant surprise! Adam Driver was nominated for outstanding supporting actor in a comedy for Girls.
Here at OK!, we love ourselves some Benedict Cumberbatch, so we're highly psyched for his nomination for his role in Parade's End.
Another Brit nominated? Hugh Bonneville of Downton Abbey.
Big year for Tony Hale! Arrested Developmentis back, and he's nominated for his role on Veep.
Arrested Development may have been snubbed for best comedy, but Jason Bateman got some love in the outstanding actor in a comedy category.
Emilia Clarke is nominated for her role on Games of Thrones.
This year's Emmys are a great excuse to see Damian Lewis in a tux. He's nominated for Homeland.
And ditto for Claire Danes! Naturally, she's competing for outstanding actress in a drama.
It's just unfair when every single cast member of Modern Family gets nominated! But we're pretty excited about Ty Burrell.
After receiving news of her nominations, Girls star/writer/creator Lena Dunham instagrammed thanks to her fans in the form of a cute pic of herself with her puppy.
The critically adored Peter Dinklage is nominated for Game of Thrones.
Christine Baranski got her tenth Emmy nomination for her role on The Good Wife.
Christina Hendricks and her amazing red hair are nominated for outstanding supporting actress for Mad Men.
The Big Bang Theory picked up a few nominations, including Mayim Bialik for supporting actress in a comedy.
Is the nomination for wearing that crazy wig? Al Pacino is nominated for his lead role in Phil Spector.
Matt LeBlanc is nominated for Episodes, but as always we just kinda miss Joey.
It's not an awards show without Tina Fey. She wins our hearts. She is nominated for outstanding actress in a comedy for 30 Rock.
As is her on-screen sparring partner, Alec Baldwin!
It's tough going up against Walter White. Just ask Anna Gunn, nominated for Breaking Bad.
We want Aaron Paul to win for Breaking Bad just so he can give another awesome speech about his wife!
Mandy Patinkin, holler! He's nominated for Homeland, what else?!
Jim Parsons is another given on this list, for outstanding comedy actor for The Big Bang Theory.
Toby Jones picked up a nom for his role as a psychotic Alfred Hitchcock in The Girl.
Of her nomination for the recently canceled Off Their Rockers, Betty White responded, "Sorry that the show could not have lasted longer but I am so happy and appreciative of this Emmy nomination."
Congrats, Stefon! Bill Hader was nominated for his final season of SNL.
New Girl may have been snubbed entirely, but guest star Merritt Wever is nominated for her role on Nurse Jackie.
Another Downton Abbey, for Jim Carter.
Anthony Bourdain will have to compete with Betty White for best host. Face off!
Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum are nominated for sharing host duties on Project Runway.