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Launched in a much different way than in previous years due to the coronavirus pandemic, today’s Emmy nominations still contained unexpected omissions and abundant admissions

Remotely delivered by Leslie Jones, Laverne Cox, Josh Gad, and Tatiana Maslany this morning, the contenders for the 72nd Emmy Awards saw some powerful changes for Watchers, Dead to meChristina Applegate and Linda Cardellini, Succession and The Maid’s Tale. However, for the main stars of Big Little Lies‘Season Two and others overlooked in the more than 100 categories, it might have been better to stay in bed and put the blankets over their heads.

Whatever form Jimmy Kimmel organized and Reginald Hudlin’s executive production ceremony taking place on September 20 on ABC, here are some names and projects you won’t see in the race, and some that hardly anyone expected to see in the race .

Emmy Nominations: The Complete List

Is there someone or a show that we missed in the slights and surprises of the Emmys 2020? Tell us!


Nicole Kidman – A past winner, the Big Little Lies The star and the EP were nowhere among the Best Drama Actress nominees and that is an unfortunate truth.

Hollywood There was a nomination for Jeremy Pope for Best Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie and also for co-stars Dylan McDermott and Jim Parson. However, Ryan Murphy and Netflix’s alternate story about Tinseltown’s public and private past was not on the Limited Series marquee.

Bob Odenkirk – the TV Academy gave the AMC Better call Saul It was a ring, but I didn’t want to call Saul today, and that was a mistake.

Al Pacino – Reaching the small broadcast screen in her first role in the television series on Amazon Hunters, the legendary Oscar and two-time Emmy winner caught many Nazis but couldn’t get hooked on TV Academy appreciation.

Desus and Grouper – The move to Showtime has only sharpened New York’s best night nights, but the brand is still not going strong with the TV Academy.

Reese witherspoon – Completing the almost total closure of BLL This year, this Oscar winner also received empty hands for her. The morning show and Little fires everywhere roles also when it came to Emmy nominations.

Larry David – Clearly the TV Academy has curbed their enthusiasm for the curmudgeon this time, although the show itself got a nod to Best Comedy Series.

Pose: Billy Porter is on the run, however, there will be no strutting on stage, virtually or not, for the second season of the FX trailblazer.

Pamela Adlon – he better things star and creator has seen better days and deserved more.

Homeland – The delayed final mission of Showtime’s multiple Emmy winner failed to make it home for TV Academy voters, even with top-tier performances by Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin.

Rea Seehorn – Always top notch, Better call SaulKim Wexler should sue for being snubbed for her stellar performance this year.

Power- Starz’s big-city big drama came to an end this year and, even with plenty of spin-offs, it didn’t get the juice from the TV Academy, again.

Jackie Gleason – Still no honorary love for the small screen pioneer? How many genres does a boy have to help create before he gets the recognition he obviously deserves?

Dickinson – The true AppleTV + series is poetry on the move, but Hallie Steinfeld’s renewed lead into a true American icon lacked the correct verses for voters this year.

Sir Patrick Stewart – TV Academy, why didn’t you do it like that? This kingdom knight returned to the role of Starfleet legend on CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Picard after almost 20 years, however, the voters’ stages were stunned without a nomination.

Amazing’s Kaitlyn Dever and Merritt Wever: Co-star Toni Collette was nominated in a supporting category, but the other two actresses on the Netflix show were incredibly overlooked.

The plot against America – HBO’s adaptation of Philip Roth’s alternative story novel is a great story for these tough Trump times. However, like many of the efforts of the EP David Simon, when the time came (look what I did there), unfortunately it was not. TPAA ‘s time

Emma Thompson – Nominated for Critic’s Choice TV Awards for her chilling and chilling populist politician and British PM Vivienne Rook in Russell T. Davies’ dystopian BBC / HBO miniseries Years and years, one of the most acclaimed actors of this or any other moment was not the people’s choice this July morning.

The Good Fight – With


Unsafe Issa Rae’s HBO series has rarely received the acclaim she deserves for her four-season career so far, but this year she saw the star, her co-star Yvonne Orji, and the show grab nominations very safely.

The Mandalorian The Force was strong with the Disney + Star Wars series.

Zendaya the Euphoria the star must be ecstatic today