HBO; AMC; FX
HBO; AMC; FX
Were you planning on spending next weekend catching up on some of your favorite TV shows before they all start again this fall? No need: the Emmy Awards—or the "Spoiler Awards," as Andy Samberg called it—made sure to do that for you.
Yes, without warning or notification, the awards show aired a spoiler-filled montage of all the series that recently ended—Boardwalk Empire, Mad Men and Sons Of Anarchy included—ruining anything you had DVRed or saved on Netflix.
Unsurprisingly, the Internet erupted in outrage, unable to comprehend the blasphemy! Here are just a few of the responses to the lack of a #SpoilerAlert:
That spoiler-y montage was just the Academy's sneaky way of screwing Netflix? Doree Shafrir (@doree) September 21, 2015
However, not everyone was pissed off. Some people were actually angrier at the people who were angry at the Emmys (did you catch all that?). A couple people came to the Emmys defense and called out the slackers for not keeping up with the popular shows:
To everyone complaining about spoilers: most of those shows ended in the spring. If you haven't watched you're not going to.? Kelly Sharon (@kellylovestype) September 21, 2015
Oh no, there were spoilers on a program dedicated to honoring a year of TV shows that have already aired!? James Poniewozik (@poniewozik) September 21, 2015
Which side are you on? Sound off in the comments below!
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