Emmy Obscurities: John Travolta, Stacey Abrams and ‘Lucifer’ Dancing

Nominations for the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards have been introduced Tuesday morning, and have been shortly adopted by the normal anointing of favorites and lamenting of snubs within the high-profile classes.

But there are scores of different, extra obscure classes, and loads of huge stars and unusual tidbits buried therein. Just a few highlights from this 12 months:

John Travolta was nominated for his second Emmy for his work on “Die Hart,” a Quibi present. Kevin Hart and Nathalie Emmanuel additionally picked up nominations for his or her performances on the sequence for the now-defunct short-form content material platform.

Where else are you going to see Julie Andrews and Stacey Abrams struggle it out than within the character voice-over efficiency class? The different nominees within the class are Jessica Walter, Maya Rudolph, Tituss Burgess, Stanley Tucci and Seth MacFarlane.

Anthony Hopkins was nominated for his sixth Emmy, for narrating the “Everlight” episode of “Mythic Quest,” the Apple TV+ gaming comedy.

Unstructured and then some: Nominees within the unstructured actuality program class embrace “Below Deck,” a Bravo present set on a luxurious yacht; “Indian Matchmaking,” a Netflix present about organized marriages; and “Selling Sunset,” a Netflix actual property sequence and tabloid staple.

“Lucifer,” the once-Fox, now-Netflix sequence in regards to the satan shifting to Los Angeles and turning into type of an assistant cop, was nominated for excellent choreography for scripted programming.

Zach Braff obtained his first Emmy nomination again in 2005, when he was one of many stars of the NBC hospital sitcom “Scrubs.” His second got here Tuesday, for steering the second episode of “Ted Lasso,” “Biscuits.”

More from “Ted Lasso”: Marcus Mumford, sans sons, was nominated, with Tom Howe, for composing the Apple TV+ soccer comedy’s theme tune.

Bo Burnham, comedy’s king of D.I.Y., obtained six nominations for his Netflix particular, “Bo Burnham: Inside.” The program received a nod for excellent selection particular, and Burnham himself was nominated for steering and writing for a range particular. And for image enhancing for selection programming. And music course, and music and lyrics.

Laurene Powell Jobs, the businesswoman and widow of Steve Jobs, was nominated for her first Emmy, for producing “Boys State.” Yes, it was on Apple TV+.