The nominations for the 67th annual Primetime Emmy Awards have been revealed and for the most part, this year’s group of nominees check all the right boxes. Mad Men is seeing some much-deserved love in the wake of its final season, while up-and-comers like Bloodline, Silicon Valley, Transparent, and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt received their own fair share of recognition as well. Still, another year of Emmy Awards brings with it another sizable list of candidates that didn’t make the cut. To be fair, there is only so much space available on the nomination lists, but considering Emmy voters actually expanded the categories to have 7 nominees instead of 6 this year, there is no excuse for not including the following 10 shows and actors in the Emmy race.
10. Thomas Middleditch – Silicon Valley
HBO’s comedy series Silicon Valley rightly earned itself a nomination in the Comedy Series category, but its lead actor, Thomas Middleditch, was curiously snubbed. As Richard Hendricks, the CEO of a struggling tech start-up, Middleditch is giving the kind of high-functioning, socially-awkward performance that Jim Parsons wishes he could deliver on The Big Bang Theory. Parsons has unfathomably won multiple Emmys for his role, so why can’t Middleditch — who is putting Parson’s shtick to shame — be given the same treatment? Speaking of Parsons…http://www.fastcocreate.com/3044773/meet-the-painfully-awkward-beating-heart-of-silicon-valley-thomas-middleditch Source: fastcocreate.com