Television faux pas! Television faux pas!
Mandy Moore Selena GomezTheir work was often overlooked This is Us Only Murders are allowed in the Building, respectively. Yellowstone, which is currently filming its fifth season, was shut out completely, causing outrage among its viewers — and those are just some of the Emmy snubs announced in July that had fans and celebs alike reeling.
“I was frustrated for Mandy not being recognized when the work that she did is so unreal and when it’s so subtle and nuanced,” Moore’s This is UsCostar Chrissy MetzOnly spoken Us WeeklyAugust 1. “I think people don’t realize what it really takes and how many hours she would sit in the hair and makeup trailer before she even got to set. And oh — of course she was pregnant!”
Moore, 38 years old, played Rebecca Pearson in all six seasons on NBC’s drama. Although the Pearson children were played by many actors, only the one who was the actual Pearson kid was Moore. A Walk to Remember actress portrayed all facets of Rebecca’s life. (The New Hampshire native welcomed her son, Gus — whom she shares with husband Taylor Goldsmith — in February 2021, and was in the early days of her second pregnancy when the drama wrapped in spring of 2022.)
The “Candy” singer — who was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2019 for the role — seemed more upset by the fact that This is UsWas only up for one trophy in 2022, other than her personal slight.
“So unendingly proud of @siddkhoslamusic and @taylordawesgoldsmith for getting an Emmy nom for their song ‘Forever Now’ on our final season of #ThisIsUs,” Moore wrote via her Instagram Story in July, praising her husband’s nomination. “Do I wish our show was recognized in what I think was [its]The best hour? Sure.”
She added: “Nothing can take away what our show meant to SO MANY (us included). That’s an incredible legacy to be a part of. I will be grateful forever.”
Gomez, on other hand, was the sole main actor from Only Murders are allowed in the Building who didn’t receive a nod for her performance. Her costars Steve Martin Martin Short are both up for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series but expressed disappointment that the “Lose You to Love Me” singer, 30, didn’t score an Emmy nod.
“We’re thrilled at the nominations, not only for us but for the show,” Martin, 76, told The New York Times in July, noting, “We’re dismayed that Selena was not nominated because she’s so crucial to our performances, really.”
Another surprise was when Yellowstone was completely left off the list of this year’s nominees. The Montana-set cowboy series has received praise from its audience for years — including attracting more than 11 million viewers for the season 4 finale — but has only received one Emmy nod to date.
The Paramount Network’s prequel, 1883However, he was nominated for three Emmys 2022 nominations: one for cinematography, and two for music.
Scroll down to see which stars and series were snubbed ahead of this year’s awards show: