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    FYC : J. Smith-Cameron
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    What performances that were snubbed in Emmy nominated shows that got nominated for other members of its ensemble do you think should have been nominated?

    FYC Emmys : Jodie Comer ("Killing Eve"), Ruth Wilson ("His Dark Materials"), Russell Tovery ("Years and Years"), Helena Bonham Carter ("The Crown") & The Crown, His Dark Materials, Years and Years, Succession and The Affair in all categories. The Politician : Ben Platt, Gwyneth Paltrow, Bette Midler and Judith Light.

    FYC Goldderby Awards : MAURA TIERNEY AND DOMINIC WEST FOR THE FINAL SEASON OF THE AFFAIR

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    Dianna Agron, Glee
    Madeleine Brewer, The Handmaid’s Tale
    Alison Brie, Mad Men
    Matt Czuchry, The Good Wife
    Noah Emmerich, The Americans
    Jesalyn Gilsig, Glee
    Jared Harris, The Crown
    Kate Hudson, Glee
    Cush Jumbo, The Good Wife
    Vincent Kartheiser, Mad Men
    Jayma Mays, Glee
    Heather Morris, Glee
    Chris Noth, The Good Wife
    Archie Panjabi, The Good Wife (S4-6)
    Naya Rivera, Glee
    Holly Taylor, The Americans

    FYC Emmys : Jodie Comer ("Killing Eve"), Ruth Wilson ("His Dark Materials"), Russell Tovery ("Years and Years"), Helena Bonham Carter ("The Crown") & The Crown, His Dark Materials, Years and Years, Succession and The Affair in all categories. The Politician : Ben Platt, Gwyneth Paltrow, Bette Midler and Judith Light.

    FYC Goldderby Awards : MAURA TIERNEY AND DOMINIC WEST FOR THE FINAL SEASON OF THE AFFAIR

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    Courteney Cox – Friends
    Gavin MacLeod – The Mary Tyler Moore Show

    These 2 were the only members of their stellar ensembles never to be nominated.

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    I was actually considering starting a thread like this.

    A big one is Vincent Kartheiser in Mad Men, the only one of the series long core cast members to never be nominated.

    But the one that really takes the cake is Gavin MacLeod in The Mary Tyler Moore Show. I actually commented about this earlier today in a different thread, but what makes MacLeod stand out so much as the ultimate example is, not only is he the only main cast member to never be nominated, but with the exception of the once nominated Georgia Engel, MacLeod is the only member of the cast to never win an Emmy. And it’s even worse when you look at just how well the other actors did with wins. Mary Tyler Moore, Ed Asner, and Valerie Harper won three times, and Ted Knight, Chloris Leachman (one in Supporting and one in Guest), and Betty White won twice. As I mentioned in the other thread, MacLeod’s lack of awards attention was not lost on the show, as they had an entire episode about how his character has never won an award for his work on the news channel while everyone else has. However, MacLeod was nominated for two Golden Globes during the run, so he wasn’t entirely unappreciated by the awards bodies.

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    Mary Elizabeth Winstead – Fargo
    Patrick Wilson – Fargo
    Andrew Scott – Fleabag
    Lorraine Toussaint – Orange is the New Black
    Dean Norris – Breaking Bad
    Jack O’Connell – Godless
    Zahn McClarnon – Westworld
    Jack Huston – Boardwalk Empire
    Michael Kenneth Williams – Boardwalk Empire
    Lily Rabe – AHS: Asylum
    Denis O’Hare – AHS: Hotel
    Kathy Bates – AHS: Roanoke
    Adina Porter – AHS: Roanoke

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    I was actually considering starting a thread like this.

    A big one is Vincent Kartheiser in Mad Men, the only one of the series long core cast members to never be nominated.

    But the one that really takes the cake is Gavin MacLeod in The Mary Tyler Moore Show. I actually commented about this earlier today in a different thread, but what makes MacLeod stand out so much as the ultimate example is, not only is he the only main cast member to never be nominated, but with the exception of the once nominated Georgia Engel, MacLeod is the only member of the cast to never win an Emmy. And it’s even worse when you look at just how well the other actors did with wins. Mary Tyler Moore, Ed Asner, and Valerie Harper won three times, and Ted Knight, Chloris Leachman (one in Supporting and one in Guest), and Betty White won twice. As I mentioned in the other thread, MacLeod’s lack of awards attention was not lost on the show, as they had an entire episode about how his character has never won an award for his work on the news channel while everyone else has. However, MacLeod was nominated for two Golden Globes during the run, so he wasn’t entirely unappreciated by the awards bodies.

    I had forgotten about Kartheiser. I actually remembered MacLeod from your post 🙂

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    Danielle Brooks, “Orange is the New Black”
    Charles Dance, “Game of Thrones”
    Jay Duplass, “Transparent”
    Jake Johnson, “New Girl”
    Vincent Kartheiser, “Mad Men”
    John Krasinski, “The Office”
    Miranda Otto, “Homeland”
    Timothy Simmons (and every male actor on the show that is not Tony Hale), “Veep”

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    Kate Hudson, Glee

    This was so frustrating because she had multiple Emmy-win worthy tapes in season 4, but Fox messed up the the submissions badly

    • Melissa Benoist as Marley Rose
    • Patty Duke as Jan
    • Kate Hudson as Cassandra July
    • Dot-Marie Jones as Shannon Beiste
    • NeNe Leakes as Coach Roz
    • Sarah Jessica Parker as Isabelle Wright
    • Lauren Potter as Becky Jackson

    Benoist was the lead, Duke had no business being here and not going to take Leakes seriously no matter how good she was.

    It should’ve just been Hudson, Jones & SJP on the ballot (Potter had school shooting episode so I can understand her being there). If it was just the three of them, it wouldn’t have been impossible to get all three of them nominated.

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    I guess Courtney Cox from Friends

    Gavin MacLeod from Mary Tyler Moore. This had to really sting because Mary Tyler Moore, Ed Asner, Ted Knight, Betty White, Valerie Harper, and Cloris Leachman were all nominated and won. Georgia Engel was also nominated.

    L.A. Law – Harry Hamlin never got nominated and several castmates were nominated such as Corbin Bernsen, Susan Dey, Jill Eikenberry, Michael Tucker, Alan Rachins, Diana Mauldaur, Conchatta Ferrell with wins by Jimmy Smith, Michael Dysart and two time winner Larry Drake

    I also thought of Newhart’s Mary Frann. Bob Newhart, Julia Duffy, Tom Poston and Peter Scolari were all nominated and Mary Frann never received a nomination.

    Frasier’s Peri Gilpin never received a nomination – Kelsey Grammar and David Hyde Pierce won 4 times each, Jane Levy and John Mahoney received nominations

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    Dean Norris(Breaking Bad) and Noah Emmerich(The Americans).

    FYC Emmys: Cillian Murphy(Best Drama Actor)| Unbelievable, Merritt Wever, Toni Collette and Kaytlin Dever| Claire Danes(Best Actress) and Mandy Patinkin(Supporting Actor)| El Camino(TV Movie), Aaron Paul and Jesse Plemons| Sacha Baron Cohen(Limited Series Actor)| Ben Mendelsohn(Drama Actor)| Nicole Kidman(Drama Actress)| Idris Elba(Drama Actor)| Better Call Saul in all categories with a special mention to Tony Dalton(Supporting Actor) and Rhea Seehorn (Supporting Actress).

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    idk if its a snub but justin hartley being ignored when almost all this is us cast entered felt kind of a fuck u to him lol

    chromatica out on may 29th yeah

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    I forgot to add Blair Underwood from L.A. Law too

    idk if its a snub but justin hartley being ignored when almost all this is us cast entered felt kind of a fuck u to him lol

    Susan Kelechi Watson too from This Is Us

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    There are so many but in terms of a show where literally everyone or almost everyone was nominated except for one, it was have to go to Courteney Cox.

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    Jared Harris for the first season of The Crown – not only should he have been nominated, he should of won even in supporting. John Lithgow was great, and he was third in my lineup, but Harris was just magnificent in the one and a half episodes that focused on him, and his little bits in episodes 3 and 5 (and 10 to a lesser degree).
    Corey Stoll for the first season of House Of Cards – while the show’s quality declined after season 2 (save for season 4 which was pretty good) those first two seasons were great, and it was actually the show that got me into “prestige tv”. Stoll was the emotional heart of season one (especially for a show that was usually more focused on shocks and thrills than genuine emotion). I remember I was binging the season but I actually had to take a break after chapter 11 because I was so overwhelmed by what just happened.
    Dean Norris for seasons 3, 4, and 5 part two of Breaking Bad – Hanks journey from stereotypical macho tough guy cop who makes inappropriate jokes to man injured physically and emotionally to seriously skilled detective was one of the few aspects of Breaking Bad that’s not talked about as much unfortunately. It’s a great character arc and Norris played it wonderfully, hopefully the academy makes up for it with a guest nomination for BCS.

    FYC EMMY DRAMA CATEGORIES: Succession; Series, Jeremy Strong, Brian Cox, Matthew MacFayden, Kieran Culkin, Sarah Snook, Cherry Jones, “This Is Not For Tears writing and directing
    Better Call Saul: Series, Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Tony Dalton, Rhea Seehorn, “Bagman” in directing, “Bad Choice Road” writing.
    The Crown: Series, Olivia Colman, Tobias Menzies, Helena Bonham Carter, Jason Watkins, Jane Lapotaire, “Aberfan” directing, “Moondust” Writing. Star Trek Picard: Patrick Stewart

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    thirtysomething had an odd history. The supporting cast got tons of nominations and Melanie Mayron, Timothy Busfield and Patricia Wettig all won but Ken Olin and Mel Harris were never nominated in lead. (they eventually boosted Wettig up to lead where she won twice.)

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