The nominees for the 2014 Emmy Awards are in and ET is with some of today's big nominees just moments after the announcement.
Among the leading contenders for TV's top prize is Orange Is The New Black. The Netflix series garnered 12 total nominations this morning including Outstanding Comedy Series and one for breakout star Uzo Aduba for her role as Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren. ET's Brooke Anderson caught up with the Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy nominee who was still in disbelief.
"I just kept saying, 'Are you joking? You're joking right,'" the OITNB star tells Brooke. "I called my mom who I knew was not watching or did not know and I called her and I was weeping."
Uzo, along with the rest of the cast, is currently shooting season 3 of the comedy-drama. They shared this photo on-set celebrating the show's multiple nominations:
In it's sophomore year, Netflix scored 31 nominations including tent pole nods for OITNB as well as House of Cards for Outstanding Drama Series. Kevin Spacey earned his second consecutive lead actor nomination for the show.
"I am honored to be included in this years nominations," he said in a statement to ET. "My congrats to all on the House of Cards team, MRC and to Netflix for a great result across the board- 31 nods- not bad for the new kid on the block."
ET also caught up with first-time nominee Matt Bomer and learned that The Normal Heart star did not watch his name get called at today's announcement.
"My husband Simon called me this morning, first thing," he says. "He let me know and it was great cause we got to share that moment together which was really nice."
Watch the video to see the reactions from other major Emmy nominees including Kerry Washington, Aaron Paul and Billy Bob Thornton.