MTV Movie and TV Awards Nominees Announced in Non-Gendered Categories


As MTV prepares to drop their new and improved awards show format covering movies and TV, we’ve got the full list of nominees right here.

MTV is gearing up for their Movie and TV Awards. Yes, that’s right — they’ve expanded into television, too. Basically, all that means is that you’re going to see Teen Wolf get a beautiful send off because MTV’s awards show is more like a fun party than a prestigious event. Of course, winners get an award — a golden popcorn — and people try to look nice. But at the MTV Movie and TV Awards, you’re guaranteed to see almost all of your favorite celebs.

This year, the nominees list will look a lot bigger. For obvious reasons, there’s going to be general categories like Movie and Program of the Year. But you’ll also see stuff like Best Fight Against the System and Best Hero.

So here is the full list of nominees for the 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards:

"Movie of the YearBeauty and the BeastGet OutLoganRogue One: A Star Wars StoryThe Edge of SeventeenShow of the YearAtlantaGame of ThronesInsecurePretty Little LiarsStranger ThingsThis Is UsBest KissAshton Sanders & Jharrel Jerome — MoonlightEmma Stone & Ryan Gosling — La La LandEmma Watson & Dan Stevens — Beauty and the BeastTaraji P. Henson & Terrence Howard — EmpireZac Efron & Anna Kendrick — Mike & Dave Need Wedding DatesBest VillainAllison Williams — Get OutDemogorgon — Stranger ThingsJared Leto — Suicide SquadJeffrey Dean Morgan — The Walking DeadWes Bentley — American Horror Story: RoanokeBest HostEllen DeGeneres — The Ellen DeGeneres ShowJohn Oliver — Last Week TonightRuPaul — RuPaul’s Drag RaceSamantha Bee — Full Frontal With Samantha BeeTrevor Noah — The Daily ShowBest Documentary13thI Am Not Your NegroO.J.: Made in AmericaThis Is Everything: Gigi GorgeousTIME: The Kalief Browder StoryBest Reality CompetitionAmerica’s Got TalentMasterChef JuniorRuPaul’s Drag RaceThe BachelorThe VoiceBest Actor in a MovieDaniel Kaluuya — Get OutEmma Watson — Beauty and the BeastHailee Steinfeld — The Edge of SeventeenHugh Jackman — LoganJames McAvoy — SplitTaraji P. Henson — Hidden FiguresBest Actor in a ShowDonald Glover — AtlantaEmilia Clarke — Game of ThronesGina Rodriguez — Jane the VirginJeffrey Dean Morgan — The Walking DeadMandy Moore — This Is UsMillie Bobby Brown — Stranger ThingsBest Comedic PerformanceAdam DeVine — WorkaholicsIlana Glazer & Abbi Jacobson — Broad CityLil Rel Howery — Get OutSeth MacFarlane — Family GuyWill Arnett — The LEGO Batman MovieBest HeroFelicity Jones — Rogue One: A Star Wars StoryGrant Gustin — The FlashMike Colter — Luke CageMillie Bobby Brown — Stranger ThingsStephen Amell — ArrowTaraji P. Henson — Hidden FiguresTearjerkerGame of Thrones — Hodor’s deathGrey’s Anatomy — Meredith tells her children about Derek’s deathMe Before You — Will tells Louisa he can’t stay with herMoonlight — Paula tells Chiron that she loves himThis Is Us — Jack and Randall at karateNext GenerationChrissy MetzDaniel KaluuyaIssa RaeRiz AhmedYara ShahidiBest DuoAdam Levine & Blake Shelton — The VoiceDaniel Kauuya & Lil Rel Howery — Get OutBrian Tyree Henry & Lakeith Stanfield — AtlantaHugh Jackman & Dafne Keen — LoganJosh Gad & Luke Evans — Beauty and the BeastMartha Stewart & Snoop Dogg — Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner PartyBest American StoryBlack-ishFresh Off the BoatJane the VirginMoonlightTransparentBest Fight Against the SystemGet OutHidden FiguresLovingLuke CageMr. Robot"

Tearjerker looks like the most legit category. But as you may have noticed, there’s no separate category for male or female nominees. MTV’s decided to take a more progressive route and create non-gendered categories and just lump the best of the best together.

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The MTV Movie and TV Awards will be hosted by Adam DeVine on May 7.