Emmy Nominations 2010 List; Surprises and Snubs

The Emmy nominations 2010 list contain a lot of notable names. Some on the Emmy nominations 2010 list are welcome, while other Emmy nominations are not so appreciated. A few cult favorites were snubbed again, although a few others finally broke through at last. On the flip side, some old favorites fell off, although others stayed on, despite complaints.

There are always debatable choices and puzzling decisions every year, but there have been worse in past years. However, the Emmy nominations 2010 list is still sparking debate over the snubs and nominees.

The Best Comedy series category welcomed Glee and Modern Family, which few complained about. Yet aside from that, it was the same old-same old list of 30 Rock, The Office and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Some complained that 30 Rock and The Office didn't do enough to earn nods this year, while new favorites like The Big Bang Theory, Cougar Town, Community and Parks and Recreation were passed by.

The Emmy nominations 2010 list for Best Drama was less controversial. Although old standbys like Mad Men, Lost, Breaking Bad and Dexter were there, there weren't many objections. However, fans of Sons of Anarchy, Men of a Certain Age, Justified and Treme had reason to complain.

As for the actors on the Emmy nominations 2010 list, the casts of Glee, Modern Family, Mad Men, Lost, The Good Wife, Damages and 30 Rock seemed to make up half the field. For Glee, Jane Lynch, Lea Michele and Matthew Morrison were expected nominees, yet fans were surprised to see Chris Colfer make the Supporting Actor cut.

Still, that was nothing compared to the pleasant surprise for critics, when Friday Night Lights' Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton finally made the cut. However, they still carped about the show missingthe Best Drama field again.


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