“Westworld” and “Saturday Night Live” led the the 2017 Emmy nominations with 22 nods apiece. This is the most nominations that the long-running NBC late night sketch show has ever received in a single season.
Among those receive nods were Alec Baldwin for his impression of President Donald Trump for supporting actor in a comedy series and Melissa McCarthy’s take on White House spokesperson Sean Spicer for guest actress in a comedy series. “SNL” also broke its own record for the most nominations for any program ever with 231 total. Carrie Fisher received a posthumous nomination for guest actress in a comedy series for Amazon’s “Catastrophe.”