The Walt Disney Company Gets 26 Primetime Emmy® Wins in 2022! – ABC

The Walt Disney Company Gets 26 Primetime Emmy® Wins in 2022! – ABC

The Walt Disney Company has won 26 Primetime Emmy® Awards across its content brands and studios, including ABC Entertainment, Disney+, Disney Television Studios’ 20th Television and ABC Signature, FX, FX Productions, Hulu Originals, Lucasfilm Ltd., Marvel Studios, National Geographic Content, Searchlight Television and Walt Disney Studios. Combined with last weekend’s Creative Arts Emmy wins and tonight’s broadcast, Disney’s streaming platforms earned a total of 19 wins, with Hulu and Disney+ receiving 10 and nine awards, respectively; and Disney Television Studios earned a total of 12 wins. ABC and 20th Television’s freshman hit series "Abbott Elementary" garnered wins including executive producer, creator and star Quinta Brunson for Writing for a Comedy Series and Sheryl Lee Ralph for Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series.
Disney+ and Walt Disney Studios’ "The Beatles: Get Back" swept all its nominated categories, including Outstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction Series; and the Disney+ Original "Chip ‘n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers" was named Outstanding Television Movie – the first best program win for the streamer and the first-time ever that an animated film has won in the category. Hulu Originals tied its previous record and landed 10 wins again this year, with special firsts for Amanda Seyfried, who secured the Lead Actress win in Hulu, 20th Television and Searchlight Television’s "The Dropout"; Michael Keaton, who won for Lead Actor in Hulu and 20th Television’s "Dopesick"; and Nathan Lane, who celebrated his Guest Actor nod in Hulu and 20th Television’s "Only Murders in the Building," the most-watched comedy series in the streamer’s history to date. A complete list of all The Walt Disney Company wins follows below.

2022 PRIMETIME EMMY AWARD WINS

The Beatles: Get Back (Disney+) – 5 Wins


Abbott Elementary (ABC / 20th Television) – 3 Wins
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Only Murders in the Building (Hulu / 20th Television) – 3 Wins

Dopesick (Hulu / 20th Television) – 2 Wins

How I Met Your Father (Hulu / 20th Television) – 2 Wins

Atlanta (FX / FX Productions) – 1 Win
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The Book of Boba Fett (Disney+ / Lucasfilm Ltd.) – 1 Win

Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers (Disney+ / Walt Disney Studios) – 1 Win

The Dropout (Hulu / 20th Television / Searchlight Television) – 1 Win

The Great (Hulu) – 1 Win


Impeachment: American Crime Story (FX / 20th Television / FX Productions) – 1 Win
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Life Below Zero (National Geographic) – 1 Win
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Moon Knight (Disney+ / Marvel Studios) – 1 Win

Pam & Tommy (Hulu) – 1 Win

What If…? (Disney+ / Marvel Studios) – 1 Win

What We Do in the Shadows (FX / FX Productions) – 1 Win
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Previously, the Walt Disney Company proudly announced an impressive 147 nominations for the 74th Primetime Emmy® Awards across its content brands and studios, including ABC Entertainment, Disney+, Disney Television Studios’ 20th Television, 20th Television Animation and ABC Signature, Freeform, FX, FX Productions, Hulu, Lucasfilm Ltd., Marvel Studios, National Geographic Content, National Geographic Documentary Films, Searchlight Television and Walt Disney Studios. Disney’s streaming platforms have earned a total of 92 nominations with Hulu and Disney+ receiving 58 and 34 nominations, respectively; and Disney Television Studios leads studio nominations with an impressive 67 total nods. "This year’s Emmy nominations reflect the depth, breadth and quality of Disney storytelling that’s only possible because of our talented teams and amazing creative partners," said Bob Chapek, chief executive officer, The Walt Disney Company. "We are humbled that so much of the great work done across our creative brands has been recognized, and we look forward to bringing even more great storytelling to life as we approach Disney’s second century."

Hulu and 20th Television’s "Only Murders in the Building," the most-nominated freshman comedy this year, garnered 17 nominations including Outstanding Comedy Series for executive producers Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez. Michael Keaton and Amanda Seyfried secured their first acting Emmy nominations for lead performances in "Dopesick" and "The Dropout," respectively, while both Lily James and Sebastian Stan were also honored with their first Emmy nominations for "Pam & Tommy." "The Dropout," produced by 20th Television and Searchlight Television for Hulu, also marks the recently launched division of Searchlight Pictures’ first Emmy nomination.  Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult’s nominations for Lead Actress and Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for "The Great" are also firsts for both performers.  

In its third year, Disney+ has earned 34 Emmy nominations with a record-breaking 11 programs nominated for the streaming service. Marvel Studios has received nominations across four Disney+ series, with "Moon Knight" leading the pack with eight nominations, followed by "Loki," "Hawkeye" and its first animated show to date "What If…?" Lucasfilm garnered four nominations for "The Book of Boba Fett," a live-action series from the award-winning filmmaking team of "The Mandalorian," and the acclaimed "Star Wars: Visions" anime series received its first nomination. Peter Jackson earned his first Emmy nomination for the "The Beatles: Get Back" as did Todd Lieberman and David Hoberman for "Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers."

ABC has received 23 Emmy nominations, tying the network’s nomination count from last year. ABC and 20th Television’s "Abbott Elementary" led with seven nominations, including three nods to Quinta Brunson for Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series and Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series. "Live in Front of a Studio Audience," from Norman Lear, Jimmy Kimmel and Brent Miller, has received its third consecutive nominations for Outstanding Variety Special (Live) and Outstanding Production Design For A Variety Special, for its latest special featuring reenactments of classic episodes of "The Facts of Life" and "Diff’rent Strokes." Norman Lear has again broken his own record and continues to be the oldest Emmy nominee and winner. Derek Hough received his 12th nomination as a choreographer with Tessandra Chavez for "Step Into…The Movies with Derek and Julianne Hough," tying the record for most choreography nominations with Debbie Allen. ABC and ABC Signature’s "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" received its 12th consecutive nomination for Outstanding Variety Talk Series and its 36th overall nomination to date. A complete list of all The Walt Disney Company nominations follows below. (As some of the nominations overlap, these are grand totals for each entity.)

2022 PRIMETIME EMMY®AWARD NOMINATIONS

Only Murders in the Building (Hulu / 20th Television) – 17 Nominations
Dopesick (Hulu / 20th Television) – 14 Nominations
Pam & Tommy (Hulu) – 10 Nominations
Moon Knight (Disney+ / Marvel Studios) – 8 Nominations
Abbott Elementary (ABC / 20th Television) – 7 Nominations
What We Do in the Shadows (FX / FX Productions) – 7 Nominations
The Dropout (Hulu / 20th Television / Searchlight Television) – 6 Nominations
Loki (Disney+ / Marvel Studios) – 6 Nominations

The Beatles: Get Back (Disney+ / Walt Disney Studios) – 5 Nominations
Impeachment: American Crime Story (FX / 20th Television / FX Productions) – 5 Nominations

The Book of Boba Fett (Disney+ / Lucasfilm Ltd.) – 4 Nominations
The Great (Hulu) – 4 Nominations
Atlanta (FX) – 3 Nominations

Dancing with the Stars (ABC) – 3 Nominations
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McCartney 3,2,1 (Hulu) – 3 Nominations
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The Oscars (ABC) – 3 Nominations

What If…? (Disney+ / Marvel Studios) – 3 Nominations
American Horror Story: Double Feature (FX / 20th Television / FX Productions) – 2 Nominations

American Horror Stories (FX / 20th Television / FX Productions) – 2 Nominations

black-ish (ABC / ABC Signature) – 2 Nominations

Hawkeye (Disney+ / Marvel Studios) – 2 Nominations

How I Met Your Father (Hulu / 20th Television) – 2 Nominations
Life Below Zero (National Geographic) – 2 Nominations

Live in Front of a Studio Audience: "The Facts of Life" and "Diff’rent Strokes" (ABC) – 2 Nominations

Shark Tank (ABC) – 2 Nominations

We Feed People (Disney+ / National Geographic Documentary Films) – 2 Nominations

9-1-1: Lone Star (20th Television) – 1 Nomination

American Idol (ABC) – 1 Nomination

Archer (FX / FX Productions) – 1 Nomination

Bob’s Burgers (20th Television Animation) – 1 Nomination

Candy (Hulu / 20th Television) – 1 Nomination

Central Park (20th Television Animation) – 1 Nomination

Changing The Game (Hulu) – 1 Nomination

Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers (Disney+ / Walt Disney Studios) – 1 Nomination
The Conners (ABC) – 1 Nomination
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Controlling Britney Spears – New York Times Presents (FX) – 1 Nomination

grown-ish (Freeform / ABC Signature) – 1 Nomination

Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC / ABC Signature) – 1 Nomination

The Ms. Pat Show (20th Television) – 1 Nomination

The Simpsons (20th Television Animation) – 1 Nomination

Star Wars: Visions (Disney+ / Lucasfilm Ltd.) – 1 Nomination
Step Into… The Movies With Derek And Julianne Hough (ABC) – 1 Nomination

This Is Us (20th Television) – 1 Nomination

Under the Banner of Heaven (FX / FX Productions) – 1 Nomination

When Billie Met Lisa (The Simpsons) (Disney+ / 20th Television Animation) – 1 Nomination

The World According to Jeff Goldblum (Disney+ / National Geographic) – 1 Nomination
Words With Ike (Cake) (FX / FX Productions) – 1 Nomination

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