Emmy nominations 2012: ‘Glee,’ ‘Parks and Recreation,’ ‘The Walking Dead …
And a nominees for many unhappy fans are…
While AMC’s “Mad Men,” FX’s “American Horror Story,” PBS’ “Downton Abbey” and ABC’s “Modern Family” were winning a 64th Primetime Emmy nominations Thursday morning – a slew of critically-beloved shows and performers were ignored.
Perhaps a biggest impugn – judging by a snub blazing adult Twitter – was a repudiation of NBC’s “Parks Recreation” from a Outstanding Comedy Series category.
Likewise, viewers of Fox’s “Glee,” NBC’s ratings challenged, though cult favorite “Community” and FX’s critics’ heavenly “Louie” all have a box that their shows should’ve done a cut for comedy series.
In fact, “Glee” notched usually 3 nominations, a outrageous dump from a 19 it perceived dual years ago.
Fans of “The Walking Dead,” likewise, are treating a fact that their uncover wasn’t respected in a Drama Series difficulty as a fear on standard with a real-life zombie apocalypse.
And they weren’t a usually ones.
Andrew Lincoln and a rest of ‘The Walking Dead’ didn’t get a shot during Emmy glory.
“I can’t live in a universe where “Revenge” didn’t brush a Emmy nominations,” tweeted Andy Lassner, executive writer for “The Ellen Show.”
A few brief months ago, a ABC play was deliberate one of a best new shows on radio and a practical tighten for some Emmy love.
Both “House’s” Hugh Laurie and “The Closer’s” Kyra Sedgwick were tighten out for a final seasons of their actor-driven dramas.
Emmy electorate might have been a usually TV viewers not to locate “Mad Men” singer Jessica Pare’s show-stealing delivery of “Zou Bisou Bisou.” That alone could’ve competent her for a Supporting Actress in a Drama Series nod.
In a difficulty pressed with a many filler – Outstanding Animated Program – somehow Seth McFarlane’s “Family Guy” got left off. EW.com speculates Emmy electorate might have been incited off by a Fox series’ head-scratching, politically improper debate mailer that read, “Come on, we bloated, overprivileged Brentwood Jews, Let us into your small club.”
Kyra Sedgwick’s army on TNT’s ‘The Closer’ will come to tighten but a nomination.
After apropos an annual tie in a Outstanding Reality Competition Series given 2003, Fox’s “American Idol” was bumped in preference of pretender “The Voice.” Coupled with a detriment of judges Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez, a strange singing foe is clearly in apocalyptic need of an overhaul.
The biggest beating might have been that “Sons of Anarchy” show-runner Kurt Sutter didn’t explode after his FX play perceived no Emmy nominations.
“And to all of we awaiting a c—-laced emmy diatribe… that’s so 2011. a calm, mature, receptive @sutterink is most some-more dangerous,” he tweeted.