Emmy Noms Light Up Twitter, Blogs
Nominees for the 63rd Emmy Award were announced Thursday morning, and both the Twitterverse and blogosphere were afire with congratulations — and indignation. While Modern Family saw its entire adult cast receive nominations in the Supporting Actress/Actor in a Comedy Series category, garnering positive reactions from the pundits, NBC’s Community was snubbed again this year. Johnny Galecki’s nomination for The Big Bang Theory was a welcome surprise, but nods for the embattled miniseries The Kennedys were not.
Did the Emmy Nominations Cut Lea Michele, Too?
–Joal Ryan, E! Online
Emmy Nominations are Announced
–Brian Stelter, New York Times
Emmy Nominations: Controversial ‘Kennedys’ Miniseries Snags Multiple Nods
–Lisa de Moraes, Washington Post
Emmys 2011: ‘Parks and Recreation,’ ‘Friday Night Lights’ Signal More Good Than Bad
–Alan Sepinwall, HitFix
The Emmy Nominations: ‘Mad Men’ And ‘Modern Family’ Are Still On Top
–Linda Holmes, NPR
Emmy Nominations 2011: The Good, the Bad and the Surprises
–James Poniewozik, TIME
And on Twitter…
@SteveLevitan: I’m thrilled that our entire adult cast was nominated! Next year, the kids! Thanks so much, Academy.
–Steve Levitan, co-creator/EP, Modern Family
@BravoAndy: And big congratulations to @kathygriffin for another “D List” Emmy Nomination! 5 total nominations for Bravo!
–Andy Cohen, EVP, Original Programming and Development, Bravo and host, Watch What Happens Live
@jimmyfallon: So happy right now. So proud of our show. Congrats everyone who works on Late Night on the #Emmy nom.
–Jimmy Fallon, host, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
@nprmonkeysee: I actually think Johnny Galecki — whom I like, and whom I think is underpraised — is one of the most legitimately surprising nominees.
–NPR’s Entertainment and Pop-Culture blog
@Variety_StuartL: Other major snub: ‘Southland.’ Should’ve landed at least one supporting nom.
–Stuart Levine, Variety TV and Film writer
@sutterink: me, david simon and frank darabont are meeting at home depot to rent chainsaws and woodchippers.
–Kurt Sutter, creator/EP, Sons of Anarchy