The biggest Emmy Award upsets ever
'Better Call Saul' fans are outraged after series is snubbed again at 2022 Emmys
'Better Call Saul' fans are taking to Twitter to express their outrage that the series, which finished its final season, has left yet another Emmys ceremony without a single statue. This year it was nominated for outstanding drama series, outstanding lead actor in a drama series for Bob Odenkirk, outstanding supporting actress in a drama series for Rhea Seehorn, and best writing for a drama series for Thomas Schnauz, but 'Succession,' 'Squid Game' star Lee Jung-jae, 'Ozark’ star Julia Garner, and 'Succession' writer Jesse Armstrong took home those respective awards instead.
Since the series first aired in 2015, it has been nominated for a whopping 46 Emmy awards, but has won zero! "Better Call Saul not getting a single Emmy is very ironic. In 10 years people will still be talking about it while the rest of these shows will become distant memories to everyone," one user wrote.
The Emmy Awards seem to have made several misguided judgments in their long history—either that, or they're actually extremely smart in giving television audiences the plot twists they ceaselessly hunger for. From crowd favorites getting snubbed to unknown shows being celebrated at random, check out this gallery of the biggest Emmy upsets over the years.
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