'This Is Us,' 'Stranger Things' & More of Your Favorite Shows Just Got Nominated for Emmys

The 69th annual Emmy Awards won't air until September, but the excitement has already begun as nominations were announced Thursday morning. 

Veep actress Anna Chlumsky announced the honorees alongside S.W.A.T. star Shemar Moore. Clumsky has been honored with her fifth consecutive nomination for supporting actress in a drama series, contributing to the show's 17 earned nominations this year. 

This year's nomination list features many familiar faces, welcoming both returning nominees and some fresh talent. First-time nominees include breakout shows This Is Us, Westworld, The Handmaid's Tale, The Crown and Stranger Things, CNN reports. HBO's new drama Westworld received 22 nominations, tying NBC's Saturday Night Live with the most nominations this year. Stranger Things follows closely behind with 19 total nominations, including best drama series and outstanding supporting actor and actress in a drama series. According to The Washington Post, HBO and Netflix received the most nominations out of the nine television networks competing, receiving 111 and 91 nominations, respectively.

Returning nominees include Orange Is the New Black actress Uzo Aduba, aka "Crazy Eyes," listed alongside former OITNB costar Samira Wiley, who now plays Moira on The Handmaid's Tale. The estranged but beloved father of Shameless, William H. Macy, scored his fourth consecutive nomination for outstanding lead actor in a comedy. 

Other recognizable but surprising nominees include cohosts Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg for Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party, comedian Billy Eichner and his show Billy on the Street, and Chance the Rapper for his work on Saturday Night Live.

The 69th Emmy Awards will air Sunday, Sept. 17 on CBS and will be hosted by Stephen Colbert. A complete list of nominations can be found at Emmys.com