Now that we’ve taken a few precious minutes to process and discuss this year’s crop of Primetime Emmy Award nominees — as announced Tuesday by D’Arcy Carden and Ken Jeong — it’s time to talk about the names we didn’t hear.
From shows like Homecoming and The Act to performers like Richard Madden and Mj Rodriguez, there were quite a few names we expected to hear today (17 to be exact) that were simply never uttered.
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For the record, we aren’t trying to take any of the glory from those performers who did receive nods this year. (Yay, Schitt’s Creek!) Instead, we’re pointing out what a blessed time we live in, where television is so lousy with talent that not even the Emmys can honor all those who truly deserve recognition. (#PeakTV really is the cruelest of mistresses.)
Also, to clarify: These snubs only pertain to the 15 major categories, including main and supporting actors in comedies, dramas and limited series/TV movies.
The 71st Primetime Emmy Awards are set to air Sunday, Sept. 22 (8/7c) on Fox. Browse our gallery of some of this year’s most egregious snubs — you can click here for direct access — then drop a comment with your own personal snubs below. Which shows and stars would you add to our list?
Launch Gallery: 2019's Biggest Emmy Snubs