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1. Sandra Oh lands third straight lead actress Emmy nomination for 'Killing Eve,' continues historic run
Sandra Oh continues to make history.
The star and executive producer of BBC America's acclaimed spy drama, Killing Eve, earned her third straight Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series on Tuesday for her performance as Eve Polastri. Oh continues her hot streak at the Emmys with her latest nomination. (Her co-star Jodie Comer also landed an Emmy nomination, following up last year's win.)
In 2018, Oh became the first woman of Asian descent to be recognized in a lead actress category -- for either comedy or drama -- in the history of the Primetime Emmy Awards. And last year, she became one of a handful of actors who earned multiple nominations, two for Killing Eve (one as a producer), another for guest hosting Saturday Night Live and a fourth for co-hosting the Golden Globes alongside Andy Samberg.