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    Sons of Anarchy– Series, Sagal and Hunnam.

    Kristen Bell–the good place & veronica mars

    Elementary– Miller & Liu

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    Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu should have been nominated for the first three seasons of Elementary.

    Blackpool (or Viva Blackpool as it is known in the States) should have been nominated for Limited Series (which it was nominated for the Globes), Limited/Movie Actor (David Morissey), Limited/Movie Actress (Sarah Parish) and Limited/Movie Supporting Actor (David Tennant).

    David Tennant and Rose Byrne should have been nominated for their performances in Casanova.

    Florence Pugh should have been nominated for The Little Drummer Girl.

    Elizabeth Debicki should have been nominated instead of Olivia Colman for The Night Manager and Tom Hiddleston shouldn’t have even been nominated. Elizabeth Debicki also should have been nominated for an Emmy for The Tale and so should Ellen Burstyn.

    Olivia Cooke and Frances de la Tour were criminally overlooked in Vanity Fair, especially Cooke who should already have an Emmy and I suspect will have at least an Emmy nomination by the end of the decade.

    And finally for this post, Jodie Comer’s work in Thirteen really should have gotten her nominated for her first Emmy nomination (Killing Eve season 1 should have been her second and obviously she should have won for season 2 as she deservedly did win). Her performance in Thirteen is probably in the top 5 of the best in a Limited Series in the 2010s and an argument can be made for her to even being more deserving than Sarah Paulson in OJ Simpson (whose performance I loved!)

    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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    I doubt that it was eligible. Did it ever even air in America? I suppose that you could say that she was snubbed for the International Emmy though.

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    It aired on BBC America. I think it might have been eligible for the 2017 awards thought not 2016. Whether the Primetime Emmy or International Emmy I don’t know.

    The trailer for Thirteen is below if anyone is interested :

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7N9Kg9eCSWI

    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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    Lisa Kudrow and Michael Patrick King for acting, writing, and directing on The Comeback.

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    Lisa Kudrow and Michael Patrick King for acting, writing, and directing on The Comeback.

    The Comeback is the best comedy of all time. At least Kudrow got two deserved acting nominations. She should have won for playing Valerie.

    Couldn’t agree more. Michelle Gellar’s performance in season 5 I think foreshadowed another Emmy winning performance I like which is Julianna Margulies in season 5 of The Good Wife. In my opinion both should have won for every season of their shows. Caulfield should have won for season 7, Hannigan for season 6, Marsters for season 6, Stewart Head for season 5 and Boreanaz should have won for season 2. Also Julie Benz never even getting nominated for Angel is appalling.

    I always knew you were the smartest person on these boards.

    Jesus, how could I forget to shout out Julie Benz? She was fantastic in Angel!

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    I always knew you were the smartest person on these boards. Jesus, how could I forget to shout out Julie Benz? She was fantastic in Angel!

    Especially in season 2/3. She had nothing to do in Buffy but my my in Angel. People say Yvonne Strahovski’s scene stealing portrayal as Serena Joy shows a lot of character evolution but wait until they see Julie Benz’s performance in Angel.

    With regards to the connection between Margulies and Gellar’s season 5 performances, I am pretty sure that Robert and Michelle King took inspiration from “The Body” when writing “The Last Call”. The performances, scenarios and episodes are more or less identical it’s only their settings, characters and genres that are different.

    I would have given Angel these Emmys :

    Best Drama Directing (2000)
    Best Drama Guest Actor (Christian Kane) (2000)
    Best Drama Guest Actress (Elizabeth Rohm) (2000)
    Best Drama Supporting Actor (Glenn Quinn) (2000)
    Best Drama Actor (David Boreanaz) (2001)
    Best Drama Supporting Actor (Alexis Denisof) (2001)
    Best Drama Supporting Actress (Julie Benz) (2001)
    Best Drama Guest Actress (Juliette Landau) (2001)
    Best Drama Guest Actor (Christian Kane) (2001)
    Best Drama Supporting Actor (Alexis Denisof) (2002)
    Best Drama Guest Actress (Julie Benz) (2002)
    Best Drama Guest Actor (Keith Szarabajka) (2002)
    Best Drama Actor (David Boreanaz) (2003)
    Best Drama Guest Actress (Eliza Dushku) (2003)
    Best Drama Directing (2004)
    Best Drama Actor (David Boreanaz) (2004)
    Best Drama Supporting Actress (Charisma Carpenter) (2004)
    Best Drama Guest Actor (Christian Kane) (2004)

    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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    Dixie Carter – Designing Women

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    Practically the whole CW/WB lineup, and Joss Whedon. But Gilmore Girls and Veronica Mars’ snubs will be forever a taint on the TV Academy.

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    In the unfortunate event that Michael Zegen gets snubbed this year (I’m currently thinking he’ll make the cut), I’d like to throw his name in here early. Cause if he can’t pull off a nomination in this empty year, I don’t think he ever will.

    Really hope he pulls it off. He took a role that starts out as so unlikable, and managed to bring out the lovability in it.

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    Rebecca Wisocky and Susan Lucci in Devious Maids.

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    David Tennant and Olivia Colman for Broadchurch.

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    David Tennant and Olivia Colman for Broadchurch.

    I also think Jodie Whittaker (who was snubbed even at BAFTA of all places) deserved a nomination for season 1.

    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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    Agreed 100% However, I would nominate Carpenter a couple more times, and would have nominated Denisof for supporting actor for seasons 4 and 5, and Acker should have won supporting actress for season 5.

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    Another show that really should have multiple acting and writing Emmys already is Doctor Who. I suspect it probably wasn’t eligible until 2014/15 (à la Black Mirror) but I think it deserved nominations during these seasons :

    Series 1 (2005 Emmys) : Drama Series (NOMINATION), Drama Actor (Christopher Eccleston) (WIN), Drama Actress (Billie Piper) (NOMINATION), Drama Writing (Paul Cornell for “Father’s Day) (NOMINATION), Drama Writing (Russell T. Davies for “The Parting of the Ways”) (NOMINATION), Drama Directing (Keith Boak for “Rose”) (NOMINATION), Drama Directing (Joe Ahearne for “The Parting of the Ways”) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actor (John Barrowman) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actor (Shaun Dingwall) (WIN), Drama Guest Actor (Simon Pegg) (NOMINATION), Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series (WIN), Casting for a Drama Series (NOMINATION), Cinematography for a Single Camera-Series (NOMINATION), Costumes for a Series (NOMINATION), Hairstyling for a Series (NOMINATION), Main Title Design (WIN), Make-Up for a Series (Prosthetic) (NOMINATION), Music Composition for a Series (WIN), Drama Editing (NOMINATION), Sound Editing (NOMINATION), Sound Mixing (NOMINATION), Visual Effects for a Series (NOMINATION)

    Series 2 (2006 Emmys) : Drama Series (WIN), Drama Actor (David Tennant) (WIN), Drama Actress (Billie Piper) (WIN), Drama Supporting Actress (Camille Coduri) (NOMINATION), Drama Writing (Steven Moffat for “The Girl in the Fireplace”) (NOMINATION), Drama Writing (Russell T. Davies for “Doomsday”) (WIN), Drama Directing (Graeme Harper for “Doomsday”) (WIN), Drama Guest Actor (Shaun Dingwall) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actor (Anthony Head) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actor (Marc Warren) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Sophia Myles) (WIN), Drama Guest Actress (Elisabeth Sladen) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Penelope Wilton) (NOMINATION), Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series (WIN), Casting for a Drama Series (WIN), Cinematography for a Single Camera-Series (NOMINATION), Costumes for a Series (NOMINATION), Hairstyling for a Series (NOMINATION), Make-Up for a Series (Prosthetic) (NOMINATION), Music Composition for a Series (WIN), Drama Editing (NOMINATION), Sound Editing (NOMINATION), Sound Mixing (NOMINATION), Visual Effects for a Series (NOMINATION)

    Series 3 (2007 Emmys) : Drama Series (NOMINATION), Drama Actor (David Tennant) (WIN), Drama Writing (Chris Chibnall for “42”) (NOMINATION), Drama Writing (Steven Moffat for “Blink”) (WIN), Drama Writing (Russell T. Davies for “Smith and Jones”) (NOMINATION), Drama Directing (Hettie MacDonald for “Blink”) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actor (John Simm) (WIN), Drama Guest Actor (Derek Jacobi) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actor (John Barrowman) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Carey Mulligan) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Michelle Collins) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Jessica Hynes) (WIN), Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series (WIN), Casting for a Drama Series (WIN), Cinematography for a Single Camera-Series (NOMINATION), Costumes for a Series (NOMINATION), Hairstyling for a Series (NOMINATION), Make-Up for a Series (Prosthetic) (NOMINATION), Music Composition for a Series (WIN), Drama Editing (WIN), Sound Editing (NOMINATION), Sound Mixing (NOMINATION), Visual Effects for a Series (WIN)

    Series 4 (2008 Emmys) : Drama Series (NOMINATION), Drama Actor (David Tennant) (NOMINATION), Drama Supporting Actress (Catherine Tate) (WIN), Drama Supporting Actress (Billie Piper) (NOMINATION), Drama Writing (Russell T. Davies for Turn Left”) (WIN), Drama Directing (Alice Troughton for “Midnight”) (WIN), Drama Guest Actor (Bernard Cribbins) (WIN), Drama Guest Actor (Derek Jacobi) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Sarah Lancashire) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Penelope Wilton) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Alex Kingston) (WIN), Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series (WIN), Casting for a Drama Series (WIN), Cinematography for a Single Camera-Series (NOMINATION), Costumes for a Series (NOMINATION), Hairstyling for a Series (NOMINATION), Make-Up for a Series (Prosthetic) (WIN), Music Composition for a Series (WIN), Drama Editing (WIN), Sound Editing (NOMINATION), Sound Mixing (NOMINATION), Visual Effects for a Series (WIN)

    2009-10 Specials (2010 Emmys) (at least Steve Shill gave it a shout out that year!) – Limited Series (WIN), Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie (David Tennant) (WIN), Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie (Bernard Cribbins) (NOMINATION),Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie (John Simm) (WIN), Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie (Lindsay Duncan) (WIN), Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie (Catherine Tate) (NOMINATION), Writing in a Miniseries or Movie (Russell T. Davies and Phil Ford for “The Waters of Mars”) (WIN), Writing in a Miniseries or Movie (Russell T. Davies “The End of Time Part 2”) (NOMINATION), Directing in a Miniseries or Movie (Euros Lyn for “The End of Time Part 2”), Directing in a Miniseries or Movie (Graeme Harper for “The Waters of Mars”) (NOMINATION), Casting for a Miniseries or Movie (WIN), Costumes for a Miniseries, Movie or Special (NOMINATION), Outstanding Prosthetic Make-up for a Series, Miniseries, Movie, or Special (WIN), Outstanding Music Composition for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special (Original Dramatic Score) (NOMINATION), Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Miniseries or Movie (NOMINATION), Outstanding Sound Editing for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special (WIN), Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Miniseries or Movie (WIN), Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Miniseries or Movie (NOMINATION)

    Series 5 (2010 Emmys) – Drama Series (NOMINATION), Drama Actor (Matt Smith) (NOMINATION), Drama Writing (Steven Moffat for “The Eleventh Hour”) (NOMINATION), Drama Writing (Richard Curtis for “Vincent and the Doctor”) (NOMINATION), Drama Directing (Adam Smith for “The Eleventh Hour”) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actor (Tony Curran) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Alex Kingston) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Helen McRory) (NOMINATION), Casting for a Drama Series (NOMINATION), Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour) (WIN), Costumes for a Series (NOMINATION), Main Title Design (NOMINATION), Music Composition for a Series (WIN), Original Main Title Theme Music (NOMINATION), Drama Editing (NOMINATION), Sound Editing (NOMINATION), Sound Mixing (NOMINATION), Special Visual Effects for a Series (WIN)

    Series 6A (2011 Emmys) – Drama Series (NOMINATION), Drama Actor (Matt Smith) (NOMINATION), Drama Actress (Karen Gillan) (NOMINATION), Drama Supporting Actress (Alex Kingston) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actor (Michael Gambon) (WIN), Drama Guest Actress (Suranne Jones) (WIN), Drama Guest Actress (Frances Barber) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Katherine Jenkins) (NOMINATION), Drama Writing (Steven Moffat for “The Impossible Astronaut”) (WIN), Drama Writing (Neil Gaiman for “The Doctor’s Wife”), Music Composition for a Series (NOMINATION), Sound Editing (NOMINATION), Sound Mixing (NOMINATION), Visual Effects (NOMINATION)

    Series 6B (2012 Emmys) – Drama Actress (Karen Gillan) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Alex Kingston) (WIN), Drama Guest Actress (Frances Barber) (NOMINATION), Costumes (NOMINATION), Prosthetic Makeup (WIN), Music Composition (NOMINATION), Sound Editing (NOMINATION), Sound Mixing (NOMINATION), Visual Effects (NOMINATION)

    Series 7 (2013 Emmys) – Drama Series, Drama Actor (Matt Smith) (NOMINATION), Drama Supporting Actress (Jenna Coleman) (NOMINATION), Drama Supporting Actress (Karen Gillan) (NOMINATION), Drama Supporting Actor (Arthur Darvill) (NOMINATION), Drama Writing (“Steven Moffat for Asylum of the Daleks”) (WIN), Drama Guest Actor (Richard E. Grant) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Alex Kingston) (NOMINATION), Drama Casting (NOMINATION), Costumes (NOMINATION), Prosthetic Makeup (WIN), Music Composition (NOMINATION), Sound Editing (NOMINATION), Sound Mixing (NOMINATION), Visual Effects (NOMINATION), Main Title Design (NOMINATION)

    The Day of the Doctor (2014 Emmys) – TV Movie (WIN), Lead Actor (David Tennant) (NOMINATION), Lead Actress (Jenna Coleman) (NOMINATION), Supporting Actress (Billie Piper) (NOMINATION), Supporting Actor (John Hurt) (WIN), Writing (Steven Moffat) (NOMINATION), Casting (NOM), Costumes for a Miniseries, Movie or Special (WIN), Outstanding Prosthetic Make-up for a Series, Miniseries, Movie, or Special (NOM), Outstanding Music Composition for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special (NOM), Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Miniseries or Movie (NOMINATION), Outstanding Sound Editing for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special (NOM), Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Miniseries or Movie (NOM), Outstanding Special Visual Effects (NOM)

    Series 8 (2015 Emmys) – Drama Series (NOMINATION), Drama Actor (Peter Capaldi) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Michelle Gomez) (WIN), Drama Guest Actress (Jemma Redgrave) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Keeley Hawes) (NOMINATION), Costumes Period/Fantasy (NOM), Outstanding Prosthetic Make-up for a Series, Miniseries, Movie, or Special (NOM), Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Miniseries or Movie (NOMINATION), Main Title Design (WIN)

    Series 9 (2016 Emmys) – Drama Actor (Peter Capaldi) (NOMINATION), Drama Actress (Jenna Coleman) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Michelle Gomez) (NOMINATION), Special Visual Effects (NOMINATION)

    Series 10 (2017 Emmys) – Drama Actor (Peter Capaldi) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Michelle Gomez) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actor (John Simm) (NOMINATION), Special Visual Effects (NOMINATION)

    Twice Upon a Time (2018 Emmys) – TV Movie (NOMINATION), Movie Actor (Peter Capaldi) (NOMINATION), Movie Supporting Actor (David Bradley) (NOMINATION), Special Visual Effects (NOMINATION)

    Series 11 (2019 Emmys) – Drama Series (NOMINATION), Drama Actress (Jodie Whittaker) (NOMINATION), Drama Supporting Actor (Bradley Walsh) (NOMINATION), Drama Writing (Chris Chibnall and Malorie Blackman for “Rosa”) (WIN), Drama Writing (Vinay Patel for “The Demons of the Punjab”) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Sharon D. Clarke) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actress (Vinette Robinson) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actor (Chris Noth) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actor (Alan Cumming) (NOMINATION), Casting (NOMINATION), Cinematography (NOMINATION), Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes (WIN), Hairstyling (NOMINATION), Music Composition (NOMINATION), Main Title Theme Music (NOMINATION), Title Design (WIN), Production Design (NOMINATION), Sound Editing (NOMINATION), Sound Mixing (NOMINATION), Visual Effects (NOMINATION)

    And for the noms and wins it won’t get this year but should.

    Series 12 (2020 Emmys) – Drama Series (NOMINATION), Drama Actress (NOMINATION), Drama Writing (Chris Chibnall for “The Timeless Children”) (NOMINATION), Drama Guest Actor (Sacha Dhawan) (WIN), Drama Guest Actress (Jo Martin) (NOMINATION), Casting (NOMINATION), Cinematography (NOMINATION), Music Composition (NOMINATION), Visual Effects (NOMINATION)

    Agreed 100% However, I would nominate Carpenter a couple more times.

    She was quite irritating in Buffy but she was spectacular in Angel.

    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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