The Emmy nominations announced this morning officially made history. Two of the omnipresent Stranger Things kids got nominated for Emmys this year, and one of them—13-year-old Millie Bobby Brown—is the youngest Primetime Emmy nominee in a drama category ever. She's the youngest actor to be nominated, period, since a 6-year-old Keisha Knight Pulliam got a nomination for playing Rudy Huxtable on The Cosby Show in 1986. She'll be going after the Best Supporting Actress award, though, come on—Eleven is kind of the lead, right?
20-year-old Shannon Purser, who played the tragically murdered Barb on Stranger Things, may not technically be a kid—but she's also the youngest actor to be nominated in her category by about 13 years (in fact, the oldest nominee in her category, Cicely Tyson, is 92!).