Emmys: Netflix scores with noms for "House of Cards," Jason Bateman, Kevin Spacey
"Arrested Development" didn't score a best comedy nomination, but "House of Cards" made history, becoming the first digitally distributed series to score a major nomination, bumping "Boardwalk Empire." Overall, "House of Cards" scored nine nominations and "Arrested" had three nominations. Kerry Washington scored her first Emmy nomination for "Scandal." "American Horror Story" and "Game of Thrones" had the most nominations, with 17 and 16, respectively. PLUS: Read the full list of nominees.
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Noms by series: "American Horror" 17, "Game of Thrones" 16, "SNL" and "Candelabra" 15
Kerry Washington is the 1st black lead drama actress to be nominated since 1995
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Nominations by network: HBO 108, CBS and NBC 53
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