Everything to know about the 2023 Emmys

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The 2023 Emmy Awards nominations were announced on July 12.

HBO's series "Succession" received the most nominations with a total of 27.

"The Last of Us," a post-apocalyptic drama starring Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey, received 24 nominations.

Mike White's comedy-drama "The White Lotus" received 23 nominations.

Other notable TV shows nominated include "Andor," "Wednesday," "Jury Duty," "Dahmer — Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story," and "The Bear."

The 75th Emmy Awards will be held on September 18 at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles.

The ceremony will be broadcast live on Fox.

The host for the 2023 Emmys has not been announced yet.

Several actors received their first-ever Emmy nominations, including Jessica Chastain, Elizabeth Debicki, Taron Egerton, Jenna Ortega, Steven Yeun, Jeremy Allen White, Aubrey Plaza, and Bella Ramsey.

Keivonn Montreal Woodard, an actor from "The Last of Us," became the second youngest Emmy nominee at the age of 10.

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