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Every Black Nominee For The 2022 Emmy Awards

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The 74th Emmy Awards nominees have been revealed, and a number of Black entertainers have earned nods.

On Tuesday (July 12), nominations were unveiled for the 2022 Emmys set to take place at Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles.

Of note, Zendaya, 25, again made history as the youngest woman to ever be nominated for producing at the Emmys. This follows her ground-breaking win as the youngest lead actress drama winner in 2020.

The cast of Abbott Elementary is also up for a number of Emmys awards at the 2022 ceremony, which will be broadcasted live Monday, September 12 on NBC and Peacock.

Keep scrolling for the full list of this year’s Black Emmy nominees.

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Zendaya

Show: Euphoria

Category: Lead Actress In A Drama, Outstanding Original Music And Lyrics

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Quinta Brunson

Show: Abbott Elementary

Category: Lead Actress In A Comedy

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Issa Rae

Show: Insecure

Category: Lead Actress In A Comedy

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Lizzo

Show: Watch Out for the Big Grrrls

Category: Outstanding Competition Program

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Donald Glover

Show: Atlanta

Category: Lead Actor In A Comedy

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Sanaa Lathan

Show: Succession

Category: Guest Actress In A Drama

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Sheryl Lee Ralph

Show: Abbott Elementary

Category: Supporting Actress In A Comedy

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Trevor Noah

Show: The Daily Show With Trevor Noah

Category: Outstanding Variety Talk Series

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Tyler James Williams

Show: Abbott Elementary

Category: Supporting Actor In A Comedy

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Former President Barack Obama

Show: Our Great National Parks

Category: Outstanding Narration

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Chadwick Boseman

Show: What If…?

Category: Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance (Posthumous)

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Janelle James

Show: Abbott Elementary

Category: Supporting Actress In A Comedy

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Natasha Rothwell

Show: The White Lotus

Category: Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Limited Or Anthology Series Or Movie

This is a developing story and will be updated.

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