August 4, 2015 at 1:33 pm #356968
From the year of the first Sag Awards onwards, these are the 10 drama actresses with multiple major noms (Sag/Globe/TCA) without getting an Emmy nom for those roles.
Globe only – Hayden Panettiere, Anna Paquin, Joely Richardson, Heather Locklear
Sag only – Annie Potts
Globe/TCA – Sarah Michelle Gellar, Monica Potter, Katey Sagal
Globe/Sag – Christine Lahti
Globe/Sag/TCA – Lauren Graham
3 of these 5 are on The WB; no coincidence, obviously. Look at the example of Gina Rodriguez this year (in another genre).August 4, 2015 at 2:04 pm #356970
I think Joely Richardson was the Nip/Tuck’s MVP, at least she should’ve been nominated for her performance the first two seasons. Even when the quality of the show dropped (as usual, Ryan Murphy show after all) she always was at the top of her game.August 4, 2015 at 2:28 pm #356971
Monica Potter’s snub for season four of “Parenthood” gutted me. She was always reliable on that show, but obviously that season was very special. She more than earned a nomination, let alone a win.August 4, 2015 at 3:54 pm #356972
Sarah Michelle Gellar will always go down as one of the biggest snubs in Emmy history. Any doubters, watch the episode called “The Body” and you’ll understandAugust 4, 2015 at 4:14 pm #356973
Anna Paquin espeically in earlier seasons when the show itself was nominated. She got a Globe nomination but no Emmy love 🙁August 4, 2015 at 4:21 pm #356974
well obviously Katey Sagal.
But almost all of them are very deserving of nods. Where was Joely Richardson submitted?August 4, 2015 at 6:15 pm #356975
From this list I think Anna Paquin deserved it most, at least the first 3 seasons, if not a win for the first one.
I also think Panettiere, Gellar and Potter have been unfairly snubbed. Sagal too, but for Married with Children (haven´t seen SoA)August 5, 2015 at 12:30 pm #356976
I voted for Annie Potts. She was brillant on “Any Day Now” and along with Lorraine Toussaint was nearly perfect in their role. Its such a shame that ADN was on Lifetime, a network nobody ever took seriously and thus was never able to establish the kind of critical support it needed to get Emmy noms. It was nice though that Annie got a SAG nom for the role.August 5, 2015 at 1:03 pm #356977
There seems to be a curse for Drama Lead Actress winners at the Globes in correlation with the Emmys.
Won the Globe, Didn’t Even Get the Emmy Nom:
– 2014: Ruth Wilson, The Affair
– 2009: Katey Sagal, Sons of Anarchy
– 2007: Anna Paquin, True Blood
– 1997: Keri Russell, Felicity
Won the Globe, Got the Emmy Nom, But Didn’t Win It:
– 2013: Robin Wright, House of Cards
– 2005: Geena Davis, Commander in Chief
– 2003: Frances Conroy, Six Feet Under
– 2001: Jennifer Garner, Alias
– 1995: Jane Seymour, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman
– 1994: Claire Danes, My So-Called Life
– 1992: Regina Taylor, I’ll Fly Away
– 1991: Angela Lansbury, Murder, She Wrote (also won in 89, 86, and 84)
– 1990: Sharon Gless, The Trials of Rosie O’Neill (tied with Patricia Wettig, thirtysomething)