Mini-series 'Mildred Pierce' starring Kate Winslet, has been nominated for 21 Emmies, it has been announced today.
Cult series 'Mad Men' is second on the prestigious award nomination roll, garnering 19 nods.
This might just be Don Draper's year to win - the actor who plays him, John Hamm, has been nominated for the fourth time.
Cavan-born Brian F O'Beirne is also up for an Emmy for his role in the series in which he plays Mildred's estranged husband.
The awards, which are in Los Angeles on Sunday September 18, will be hosted by 'Glee' star Jane Lynch.
'The Colbert Report'
'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart'
'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'
'Saturday Night Live'
'Real Time with Bill Maher'
Edie Falco – 'Nurse Jackie'
Tina Fey – '30 Rock'
Laura Linney – 'The Big C'
Melissa McCarthy – 'Mike & Molly'
Martha Plimpton – 'Raising Hope'
Amy Poehler – 'Parks And Recreation'
Alec Baldwin – '30 Rock'
Louis C.K. – 'Louie'
Steve Carell – 'The Office'
Matt LeBlanc – 'Episodes'
Jim Parsons – 'The Big Bang Theory'
Johnny Galecki – 'The Big Bang Theory'
'The Big Bang Theory'
'Parks and Recreation'
Taraji P. Henson – 'Taken From Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story'
Diane Lane – 'Cinema Verite'
Jean Marsh - Upstairs Downstairs'
Elizabeth McGovern – 'Downton Abbey'
Kate Winslet – 'Mildred Pierce'
Idris Elba – 'Luther'
William Hurt – 'Too Big To Fail'
Greg Kinnear – 'The Kennedys'
Barry Pepper – 'The Kennedys'
Edgar Ramirez – 'Carlos'
Laurence Fishburne – 'Thurgood'
Tom Bergeron – 'Dancing with The Stars'
Cat Deeley – 'So You Think You Can Dance'
Phil Keoghan – 'The Amazing Race'
Jeff Probst – 'Survivor'
Ryan Seacrest – 'American Idol'
'The Amazing Race'
'Dancing With The Stars'
'So You Think You Can Dance'
'Friday Night Lights'
'Game of Thrones'
'The Good Wife'
Kathy Bates – 'Harry's Law'
Connie Britton – 'Friday Night Lights'
Mireille Enos – 'The Killing'
Julianna Margulies – 'The Good Wife'
Mariska Hargitay – 'Law and Order: Special Victims Unit'
Elisabeth Moss – 'Mad Men'
Steve Buscemi – 'Boardwalk Empire'
Kyle Chandler – 'Friday Night Lights'
Michael C. Hall – 'Dexter'
Jon Hamm – 'Mad Men'
Hugh Laurie – 'House'
Timothy Olyphant – 'Justified'
'Pillars of the Earth'
'Too Big To Fail'