Emmy Nominations 2013: The 44 Biggest Snubs

You can’t always get what you want — especially when it comes to Emmy nominations. And so while today’s announcement of the 2013 contenders included a number of fresh faces and nifty surprises (huzzah for Anna Chlumsky!), we still found ourselves yelling The S Word — “Snubs!” of course — at the questionable judgment of those at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

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Check out our list of this year’s 44 most egregious omissions from the race — damn, some of ’em really sting, don’t they? — then hit the comments with the snubs that left you ready to storm Emmy HQ with brickbats and torches.

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  1. Gustavo says:

    I have no idea what people see in Emilia Clarke. She was really terrible on the first 2 season and now she’s at most mediocre. The thing is her character on season 3 is at the top of the world and all she have to do is a bad ass face while a freakin explosion behind her does the job for her. It’s a shame that Michelle Failey, who is extremely talented and had a hell of season is out of the picture. Same goes for Nikolaj, athough Peter is doing a terrific job as always.

    • Liz says:

      You don’t see the amazing job Emilia Clarke did in season 1, 2 & 3?? Wow, you must be blind!
      Although I agree with you on Michelle & Nikolaj, they should have been nominated as well.

  2. C.H. Hughes says:

    I am speechless about Michael Cudlitz (especially) and Jeff Perry. The voters are a bunch of morons and wouldn’t know great television if it hit them in the face. . Also Gerald McRaney for Southland and the cast from the Americans. Idiots all of you.

  3. J says:

    I’m sick New Girl got no nominations. Just sick about it.

  4. Brian says:

    How anyone thinks “Scandal” or any part of “Scandal” is Emmy-worthy is downright shocking. Agree with a lot of these “snubs”, but “Scandal” is trashy television at its worst…

  5. rachelle says:

    No nods for Tony Goldwyn, Jeff Perry, Bellamy Young from Scandal?? No offense to Kerry, but all three of those actors and actress are far more talented than Kerry Washington. And I am so damn sick of The Walking Dead getting snubbed! TWD is so much smarter, better acted, better written, and just overall better than a bunch of the shows that were nominated.

  6. Emily says:

    Kim Coates from Sons of Anarchy definitely deserves a nomination.

  7. chris says:

    Jessica Capshaw should have gotten a nom for her work as an amputee on Greys!

  8. erin says:

    so many snubs….you need to give out awards to some of these wonderful performers….Tatiana orphan black…monica potter parenthood….emmy rossum and william h. macy shamless…SONS OF ANARCHY show…..CHARLIE HUNNAM….KATEY SAGAL….MAGGIE…RON…LOVE THAT SHOW…..

  9. Timmah says:

    +1 on Freddie Highmore. He’s doing some amazing work as young Norman Bates.

  10. rk535 says:

    Spartacus War of the Damned should have been nominated!! That finale alone was incredibly brilliant! Such incredible story telling!

    Also,Monica Porter was robbed!

  11. Jason says:

    Not only did Sutton Foster not get nominated, she wasn’t even submitted for consideration.

    I am yet again disappointed that Kate Walsh got snubbed for playing Addison. No matter how terrible the writing was, Kate always managed to rise above and give and outstanding performance. The same for Megan Hilty, who a lot of the time was the only reason to watch “Smash”. If the show hadn’t been such a clunker, who knows what might have happened.

  12. Jules says:

    The Mindy Project should have been nominated: Either her, or Chris Messina or Ike. I know the show being nominated was a long shot but it was SUCH a good season! New Girl should have definitely appeared in terms of leading (Jake) and supporting (Max) actors. And while I’m happy for Vera Farmiga, Freddie Highmore should have been nominated as well! Monica Potter had such media-buzz I could have sworn she was going to be nominated. So honestly that snub stings, specially since Parenthood ALWAYS gets overlooked and it had one of its best seasons yet. The only thing I’m happy about is all the BB nominations, but that was a given! Simon from TBBT was also a surprising no-show

  13. TV God says:

    They should have Cable Emmys and then Broadcast Emmys on the same night right after another.

  14. melyna says:

    How come no love for Shameless?!?!?!?!

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  16. Jeannie says:

    BLUE BLOODS WILL NEVER BE NOMINATED FOR AN EMMY #1 they pray on the show and #2 Tom Sellack is not a liberal. So much for being unbias