Jennifer Aniston picks up her first dramatic Emmy nomination for 'The Morning Show'
What you need to know
- Jennifer Aniston is in line for a dramatic Emmy.
- She was nominated for her role in "The Morning Show".
- Aniston previously picked up the award for her role on "Friends".
Jennifer Aniston has been nominated for a dramatic Emmy for the first time thanks to her role on "The Morning Show". This is the first time she's been in line for an Emmy that isn't based on her comedy work, according to Variety. (You can see the full list of 72nd annual Emmy Award nominees at WhatToWatch.com.)
Aniston previously won awards for her role in "Friends".
This is another potential win for Apple TV+ after it recently picked up a pair of Emmys for "Ghostwriter" and "Peanuts in Space".
Viewers can see what made Aniston's role so successful by checking out "The Morning Show" on Apple TV+ for $4.99 per month. There's a free trial on offer for new viewers, too.
Aniston isn't on her own, either. There are nominations for many Apple TV+ shows over on the Emmy website. "Central Park", "Defending Jacob", "The Elephant Queen", and "The Beastie Boys Story" also saw nominations.
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