Emmy Snubs And Surprises 2009

July 17, 2009
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The 2009 Emmy Awards air on September 20 and we have the list of snubs and surprises here. Read more about the 61st annual Emmy Awards and see photos and video here.

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Emmy Snubs And Surprises 2009


The 2009 Emmy Awards are full of snubs and surprises, they are definitely keeping things interesting this year. The 61st annual Emmy Award show will air on CBS at 8/7 C on September 20. Check out some of the obscure nods, as well as some of the noticeable snubs below.

True Blood scored three overall nods, but was ignored in the acting, writing and directing categories.

Desperate Housewives only got two nominations.

Farrah Fawcett, who never won an acting Emmy, is up for Outstanding Nonfiction Special for helping produce Farrah’s Story.

David Letterman tied with Jon Stewart’s Daily Show receiving five nods, the most for a late-night talk show.

Hannah Montana, iCarly, and Wizards of Waverly Place are the nominees for Outstanding Children’s Program.

Ellen Pompeo, Patrick Dempsey, Katherine Heigl, and TR Knight were once again snubbed, and did not receive a nomination for Grey’s Anatomy.

Heroes, CSI, Battlestar Galactica were also left out.

ER which just ended after 15 seasons, only gained two nods.

So there you have it! What do you think? Who was left out or shouldn’t have made it at all? Tell us your thoughts on the Emmy snubs and surprises of 2009 below!

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2009 Emmy Video

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8 Responses to “Emmy Snubs And Surprises 2009”

  1. 1
    Gene Says:

    What about South Park….glad to see Jon Stewart again…would like to see Stephen as well.

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    Sarah Says:

    I thought Justin Chambers “Karev” on Grey’s did really excellent work this year. So did Patrick Dempsey. I was surprised and disappointed to see neither get a nom.

  3. 3
    Bill Sayers Says:

    What about the series that was hands down the best TV this season!!!!!The Sheild!!!!!

  4. 4
    Jennifer Says:

    The nominees stink. Grey’s Anatomy, CSI:Miami, what’s wrong with people. These are great shows. Next year the “Michael Jackson” memorial broadcast will probably be nominated. Come on, get with the program. The best shows were ignored and the worst were nominated. UGH!!!!

  5. 5
    MamaT67NC Says:

    Every year it becomes more & more obvious that they don’t base these awards on what viewers like or watch anymore!It’s disappointing that the shows Criminal Minds & In Plain Sight didn’t get anything they are both great shows with outstanding casts!I also think CSI-MIAMI and several of it’s stars like David Caruso,Emily Procter & Adam Rodriguez all deserved noms.At least they got it right with Mariska Hargitay’s nom!!!

  6. 6
    MamaT67NC Says:

    I agree with what Jennifer(post#5)said.The best shows/stars were totally ignored and the worst got the noms!!Medium & Ghost Whisperer are also great shows but got nothing…BOO!!!

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    tara Says:

    The Hills????

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    Gale Says:

    One of the MAJOR snubs was No. 1 Lady’s Detective Agency from HBO, one of the best TV dramas in years. And it’s lead actress Jill Scott. How did politicly correct Hollywood miss this chance to honor a true representation of African life?