Emmy Nominations 2021: 10 surprises and snubs

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Pictured: (l-r) Jana Schmieding as Reagan Wells, Ed Helms as Nathan Rutherford in Peacock’s “Rutherford Falls.”

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While “The Crown,” “The Mandalorian” and “WandaVision” secured Emmy nominations on Tuesday, there were quite a few shows — and actors — that didn’t make the cut.

And then there were the shows and performers that no one expected to show up on the ballot.

We’ll have to wait until September to see who ends up taking Emmys home, but here are some of the programs that were among the most surprising nominations and the ones that got snubbed.

If you haven’t had a chance to check out the full list of nominees for this year’s Emmys, you can do so here.

Snub: “Small Axe”

Steve McQueen’s critically-acclaimed anthology “Small Axe,” which earned actor John Boyega a Golden Globe award earlier this year, got little recognition from the Television Academy. The series, which consists of five films that tell distinct stories about the lives of West Indian immigrants in London from the 1960s to the 1980s, only received one nomination — best cinematography.

“Small Axe” is an anthology series that consists of five films that tell distinct stories about the lives of West Indian immigrants in London from the 1960s to the 1980s.

Amazon Prime Video

Surprise: “The Boys”

Antony Starr is The Homelander in Amazon Prime Video’s “The Boys.”

Amazon Prime Video

Snub: “Rutherford Falls”

Michael Greyeyes as Terry Thomas in the Peacock series “Rutherford Falls.”

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Surprise: “Emily in Paris”

Lily Collins stars as Emily Cooper in Netflix’s “Emily in Paris.”

Netflix

Snub: “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”

Daniel Bruhl, Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan and Emily VanCamp star in Marvel’s “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” on Disney+.

Disney

Surprise: “Cobra Kai”

William Zabka and Ralph Macchio reprise their roles as Johnny Lawrence and Daniel LaRusso from the “Karate Kid” in “Cobra Kai.”

Netflix

Snub: “Mythic Quest”

Danny Pudi portrays Brad in “Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet.”

Apple

Surprise: Ewan McGregor, “Halston”

Ryan Murphy’s “Halston,” a look into the life of the legendary designer, was criticized for being all style with little substance. Still it seems actor Ewan McGregor’s charisma in the lead role was enough to land him an Emmy nomination for best actor in a limited series.

Ewan McGregor stars in “Halston” on Netflix.

Netflix

Snub: Pedro Pascal, “The Mandalorian”

“The Mandalorian” may have been tied for the most Emmy nominations with 24, but lead actor Pedro Pascal was left off the best actor ballot for the drama series.

Some have speculated that Pascal wasn’t considered last year because he spends most of the series with his iconic helmet on and he was aided by two stunt men who take turns wearing the bounty hunter’s suit. Still, there’s enough of a performance from Pascal, even with the clunky armor, to warrant a nod.

The Mandalorian and the Child on Disney+’s “The Mandalorian.”

Disney

Surprise: “Hamilton”

There is no doubt that “Hamilton,” a Tony Award-winning spectacle, is a masterpiece. However, many were confused when the filmed production nabbed 12 Emmys on Tuesday.

Disney+, which streamed “Hamilton,” was permitted to categorize the project as a prerecorded variety special, which it did for the technical Emmy categories. However, because there is no longer a variety performer category, the Television Academy allowed Disney to submit its actors and actresses under the TV movie umbrella.

“Hamilton” ultimately secured seven different acting nominations across the lead and supporting categories.

Daveed Diggs, Okieriete Onaodowan, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Leslie Odom Jr. and Anthony Ramos star in “Hamilton.”

Disney

Disclosure: Comcast is the parent company of NBCUniversal and CNBC. NBCUniversal owns Peacock.

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