From familiar faces (Natasha Lyonne) to fresh-faced debuts ("Fargo's" Allison Tolman), the race is chock-full of worthy new contenders.
The newcomer's splashy debut in FX's miniseries contender Fargo earned her a supporting actress nom.
The 2014 Oscar nominee earned a nom for lead actor in a miniseries/movie in the Lifetime film Dancing on the Edge.
Office Space alum and Good Wife co-star Gary Cole is up for guest actor in HBO's nominated comedy Veep.
A film vet (Terminator 2), he was nominated for his guest-actor turn in ABC's hit political drama Scandal.
She had a killer episode in season two of House of Cards, netting the actress a guest-star drama nom.
The master impressionist earned a supporting actress nom for comedy in NBC's variety contender Saturday Night Live.
The Star Trek: Voyager vet -- and geek icon -- earned a nom for supporting actress for Orange Is the New Black.
The Brit earned her show's only supporting actress nom in HBO's drama-series contender Game of Thrones.
The Party Down vet is a lead actress nominee for Showtime's sex-research period drama Masters of Sex.
The White Collar star is up for supporting actor in a miniseries/movie for the nominated HBO film The Normal Heart.
The American Pie actress is up for a comedy guest-star trophy in Netflix's series contender Orange Is the New Black.
Reg E. Cathey
A vet of The Wire, the guest-actor drama nominee had a juicy arc in Netflix's contender House of Cards.
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