The 2017 Emmy Awards paid tribute to many actors who lost their lives over the last year, but they also left off many actors as well.

Twitter is exploding right now after Harry Dean Stanton, Charlie Murphy and Frank Vincent were among those left out of the In Memoriam tribute. 

"Pretty sure Harry Dean Stanton just got snubbed "In Memoriam" at the #Emmys," one Twitter user wrote.

Another tweet reads, "Ummm did they just leave Harry Dean Stanton out of the In Memoriam tribute on @TheEmmys ?!? I know he just passed but the man is a legend!" 

Another Twitter user noted that Murphy wasn't included, saying, "Charlie Murphy wasn't included in the #Emmys in memoriam segment. Clearly, we must celebrate and give flowers to our own."

While one tweet mentions even more iconic artists who weren't included. 

"The Emmys In Memoriam left out Sam Shepard, George Romero, Harry Dean Stanton, Frank Vincent. Geez. #EmmyAwards2017," the tweet reads.

Frank Vincent passed away just last week on Sept. 13 and two days later, Harry Dean Stanton passed away on Sept. 15. Some Twitter users are suggesting the timing could be a reason as to why they aren't included in the segment.

E! News has reached out to CBS for a comment.

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