Emmy Nominations 2012: The 35 Biggest Snubs

Published July 19, 2012 by criticaditelevisore

Damon Wayans was PERFECTION in Happy Endings.
John Noble has been indescribable in Fringe.

I have to make a full post about this later this week, but I’m somewhat stunned at how BLAND this year’s nominations were. Four Modern Family noms in supporting actor? That is overkill.



Without rage and incredulity, there are no Emmynominations, a wise philosopher once said*. And while today’s announcement of the 2012 contenders certainly contained some pleasant surprises — hooray for Veep! — there are still enough major snubs to leave one’s jaw paying a visit to one’s kneecaps. Here’s our rundown of the 37 most glaring omissions. (*Or, if he didn’t, he should have!)

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Check out our biggest reasons for ranting against the Emmy machine, then hit the comments with the snubs that left you blind with fury.

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