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MTV Movie & TV Awards Noms Are Here And They're Wild

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Honestly, there was a lot of stuff that happened in 2016 that made us cry. But aside from all the super depressing things that happened in real life, there was also a large amount of soul-crushing, super-depressing TV and movie moments that I still tear up just thinking about.

I mean, that Hodor scene in "Game of Thrones?" Come on!!

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And now I'm sobbing all over again because MTV just released its nominees for the most tearjerking on-screen moment of the past year, and remembering them all is honestly crushing.

Now that the MTV Movie & TV Awards has opened up to include television in its categories for the first time ever, there's soooo much more to cry about — like that super touching karate scene on "This Is Us" or that heartbreaking "Grey's Anatomy" moment where Meredith has to tell her kids what happened to Derek.

Here are the sob-worthy TV and movie moments that are up for the Tearjerker award at the MTV Movie & TV Awards, hosted by Adam Devine on May 7:

"Game of Thrones" – Hodor's (Kristian Nairn) Death (HBO) "Grey's Anatomy" – Meredith tells her children about Derek's death (Ellen Pompeo) (ABC) "Me Before You" – Will (Sam Claflin) tells Louisa (Emilia Clarke) he can't stay with her (Warner Bros. Pictures) "Moonlight" – Paula (Naomie Harris) tells Chiron (Trevante Rhodes) that she loves him (A24) "This Is Us" – Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and Randall (Lonnie Chavis) at karate (NBC)

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The new-and-improved awards show isn't only opening up to include both movies and TV shows — it's also making its categories genderless, so there are a lot of super interesting match-ups.

Millie Bobby Brown is going up against Donald Glover for Best Actor in a Show, and Allison Williams is fighting the Demogorgon for Best Villain.

They're also adding a couple of political categories, such as the Best American Story and Best Portrayal of Fighting Against the System, which should shake things up as well.

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Check out the full list of MTV Movie & TV Awards nominees below:

MOVIE OF THE YEAR "Beauty and the Beast" (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures) "Get Out" (Universal Pictures) "Logan" (20th Century Fox) "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures) "The Edge of Seventeen" (STX Entertainment)

BEST ACTOR IN A MOVIE Daniel Kaluuya – "Get Out" (Universal Pictures) Emma Watson – "Beauty and the Beast" (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures) Hailee Steinfeld – "The Edge of Seventeen" (STX Entertainment) Hugh Jackman – "Logan" (20th Century Fox) James McAvoy – "Split" (Universal Pictures) Taraji P. Henson – "Hidden Figures" (20th Century Fox)

SHOW OF THE YEAR "Atlanta" (FX) "Game of Thrones" (HBO) "Insecure" (HBO) "Pretty Little Liars" (Freeform) "Stranger Things" (Netflix) "This Is Us" (NBC)

BEST ACTOR IN A SHOW Donald Glover – "Atlanta" (FX) Emilia Clarke – "Game of Thrones" (HBO) Gina Rodriguez – "Jane the Virgin" (The CW) Jeffrey Dean Morgan – "The Walking Dead" (AMC) Mandy Moore – "This Is Us" (NBC) Millie Bobby Brown – "Stranger Things" (Netflix)

BEST KISS Ashton Sanders & Jharrel Jerome – "Moonlight" (A24) Emma Stone & Ryan Gosling – "La La Land" (Summit Entertainment) Emma Watson & Dan Stevens – "Beauty and the Beast" (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures) Taraji P. Henson & Terrence Howard – "Empire" (FOX) Zac Efron & Anna Kendrick – "Mike & Dave Need Wedding Dates" (20th Century Fox)

BEST VILLAIN Allison Williams – "Get Out" (Universal Pictures) Demogorgon – "Stranger Things" (Netflix) Jared Leto – "Suicide Squad" (Warner Bros. Pictures) Jeffrey Dean Morgan – "The Walking Dead" (AMC) Wes Bentley – "American Horror Story" (FX)

BEST HOST Ellen DeGeneres – "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (NBC) John Oliver – "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" (HBO) RuPaul – "RuPaul's Drag Race" (VH1/Logo) Samantha Bee – "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee" (TBS) Trevor Noah – "The Daily Show" (Comedy Central)

BEST DOCUMENTARY "13TH" (Netflix) "I Am Not Your Negro" (Magnolia Pictures) "O.J.: Made in America" (ESPN Films) "This is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous" (YouTube|Red) "TIME: The Kalief Browder Story" (Spike)

BEST REALITY COMPETITION "America's Got Talent" (NBC) "MasterChef Junior" (FOX) "RuPaul's Drag Race" (VH1/Logo) "The Bachelor" (ABC) "The Voice" (NBC)

BEST COMEDIC PERFORMANCE Adam Devine – "Workaholics" (Comedy Central) Ilana Glazer & Abbi Jacobson – "Broad City" (Comedy Central) Lil Rel Howery – "Get Out" (Universal Pictures) Seth MacFarlane – "Family Guy" (FOX) Seth Rogen – "Sausage Party" (Sony) Will Arnett – "The LEGO Batman Movie" (Warner Bros. Pictures)

BEST HERO Felicity Jones – "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures) Grant Gustin – "The Flash" (The CW) Mike Colter – "Luke Cage" (Netflix) Millie Bobby Brown – "Stranger Things" (Netflix) Stephen Amell – "Arrow" (The CW) Taraji P. Henson – "Hidden Figures" (20th Century Fox)

TEARJERKER "Game of Thrones" – Hodor's (Kristian Nairn) Death (HBO) "Grey's Anatomy" – Meredith tells her children about Derek's death (Ellen Pompeo) (ABC) "Me Before You" – Will (Sam Claflin) tells Louisa (Emilia Clarke) he can't stay with her (Warner Bros. Pictures) "Moonlight" – Paula (Naomie Harris) tells Chiron (Trevante Rhodes) that she loves him (A24) "This Is Us" – Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and Randall (Lonnie Chavis) at karate (NBC)

NEXT GENERATION Chrissy Metz Daniel Kaluuya Issa Rae Riz Ahmed Yara Shahidi

BEST DUO Adam Levine & Blake Shelton – "The Voice" (NBC) Daniel Kaluuya & Lil Rel Howery – "Get Out" (Universal Pictures) Brian Tyree Henry & Lakeith Stanfield – "Atlanta" (FX) Hugh Jackman & Dafne Keen – "Logan" (20th Century Fox) Josh Gad & Luke Evans – "Beauty and the Beast" (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures) Martha Stewart & Snoop Dogg – "Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party" (VH1)

BEST AMERICAN STORY "Blackish" (ABC) "Fresh Off the Boat" (ABC) "Jane the Virgin" (The CW) "Moonlight" (A24) "Transparent" (Amazon)

BEST FIGHT AGAINST THE SYSTEM "Get Out" (Universal Pictures) "Hidden Figures" (20th Century Fox) "Loving" (Focus Features) "Luke Cage" (Netflix) "Mr. Robot" (USA)