Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star Rachel Bloom is just fine about not receiving an Emmy nomination this year.
Seriously, she's totally OK.
The actor and singer posted a video to her Twitter account today in the wake of the nominations being announced, showing just how well she's taking the fact that she wasn't nominated.
"Super chill about the Emmy nominations," she captioned the hilarious vid, which shows her furiously trashing the show's office as her colleagues look on.
Bloom's musical sitcom has previously scored three Emmy nominations, but this year has missed out in what's a very competitive field among both the drama and comedy categories.
Bloom also today posted a timely clip from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, a musical number titled I Don't Care About Award Shows.
Elsewhere in today's Emmy nominations, former Grey's Anatomy star Sandra Oh, who scored rave reviews for her star turn in this year's Killing Eve, made Emmys history by becoming the first woman of Asian descent to be nominated for Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
Chef and presenter Anthony Bourdain, who died last month aged 61, has received several posthumous Emmy nominations.
Bourdain's CNN series, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown scored six nominations, while a
seventh went to his Explore Parts Unknown on cnn.com.
The 70th Emmy Awards will be held in Los Angeles on September 17.