The Emmy Nominations Are Here! Who Got Snubbed?

Author: Jason the 200 lb. Cowboy

It’s time to talk TV. This year’s Emmy nominations have been announced and, as per usual, “Game of Thrones” has the most. “The People v O.J. Simpson” has the second most nominations and “Fargo” rounds out the top three.

In its first year of Emmy eligibility, “Mr. Robot” has a strong showing, as does another newbie, “The Americans.” When it comes to networks, HBO has a whopping 94 nominations, but streaming services Netflix and Amazon each have their highest number of noms ever.

To find out who takes home an award, tune in to see Jimmy Kimmel host the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards on September 18th at 8pm ET on ABC.

Check out the big categories below and the full list HERE

Outstanding Drama Series:

Outstanding Comedy Series:

Outstanding Limited Series

Lead Actor in a Drama:

Lead Actress in a Drama:

Lead Actor in a Comedy:

Lead Actress in a Comedy:

Lead Actor in a Limited Series:

Lead Actress in a Limited Series:

While “Game of Thrones” continues to dominate, some shows and actors inevitably get snubbed. This year, there were entire shows that were shut out, including “Orange is the New Black,” “Billions,” and “Big Bang Theory.”

Actors that were left out this year include almost the entire cast of “Downton Abbey,” aside from Maggie Smith, and “The Good Wife,” both in their final seasons, along with previous winners like Christian Slater and Jim Parsons. When it came to the Late Night category, consistent winner “The Daily Show” didn’t even get nominated (perhaps because Jon Stewart‘s no longer there?) and “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee” was also shut out. Check out some more snubs below and tune in to see who does win an Emmy when Jimmy Kimmel hosts the ceremony on September 18th at 8pm ET on ABC:

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