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After her first nomination last year, many considered This Is Us star Chrissy Metz to be a shoe-in for another nomination. The TV Academy had other plans.
John Legend, Sara Bareilles and Brandon Victor Dixon were all great in Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert, but the Emmys don't typically recognize live musicals. That changed today!
NBC's comedy was revived better than ever...but not good enough for the TV Academy?
Viola Davis was nominated for an Emmy for playing her How to Get Away With Murder character...on Scandal.
This is not a bad surprise at all! Maya Rudolph picked up a nomination for her guest spot in The Good Place.
Season two of Stranger Things hinged on Noah Schnapp's performance—and what a performance! Not good enough for the TV Academy?
GLOW and Betty Gilpin got some love from the Emmys, but not Alison Brie, who shoulders her fair share of emotional work.
Three Golden Globe nominations for Outlander star Caitriona Balfe and no Emmy noms? Rude.
Tatiana Maslany, a previous Emmy winner for her multiple roles on Orphan Black, came back into the running for the show's final season.
Aidy Bryant, one of SNL's MVPs, got recongnized alongside castmates Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon.
After years on Saturday Night Live, Kenan Thompson got his first Emmy nomination for his work on the sketch series.
Issa Rae was shut out of this category for her performance in season one of Insecure, so we just assumed the TV Academy had written the series off. Happy to say we were wrong.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt came through with an Emmy nomination for Best Comedy Series, Tituss Burgess got one for his work in the supporting category, but what about Ellie Kemper and Jane Krakowski?
Princess Margaret forever! The Crown star Vanessa Kirby was finally reorganized for her work in the Netflix series.
This past season of Grace & Frankie was Jane Fonda's best. She hit every line delivery like the pro she is.
The Good Fight leaned in on the crazy political world of today—and it worked for them. The second season of the CBS All Access drama was even better than the first. It blended politics and procedural legal drama elements with ease...and to top it off, it was funny! Christine Baranski was robbed.
The Handmaid's Tale is poised to clean up big and we thought Yvonne Strahovski may be left out in the cold—twist! She's nominated and rightfully so.
Betty Gilpin is fantastic in GLOW, we're just so happy she got recognized.
While Laurie Metcalf is excellent in everything, including Roseanne, we thought the implosion of that series would sideline her from this race.
This Is Us and several of Mandy Moore's costars got nominated, but not Moore. She did heartbreaking work in season two. This is a true snub.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is consistently one of the most entertaining shows on TV and this year was no difference. Series co-creator and star Rachel Bloom reached new acting heights when her character, Rebecca Bunch, received a borderline personality disorder. Crazy Ex wasn't even nominated for original music and lyrics.
Sandra Oh came through for Killing Eve!
What the fork needs to happen in order for the TV Academy to pay attention to The Good Place? It's brilliant, consistently funny and one of the smartest shows on TV. Happy for Ted Danson to break through, but what about the rest of the show and his costars?