Emmy Nominations 2023: ‘Snowfall,’ ‘P-Valley,’ ‘Harry & Meghan’ Snubbed

Snowfall, P-Valley, Harry & Meghan were snubbed by Emmy Voters. (Credit: FX, Starz, Deposit Photos)

On a day that saw Abbott Elementary, Swarm, and Chris Rock: Selective Outrage pick up multiple Emmy nominations, there were also some surprising snubs.

When the nominations were announced Wednesday (July 12) morning, Snowfall was missing from the list.

The drug distribution drama, which concluded its six-season run on FX in April, did not receive a single nomination.

The popular series premiered in 2017, and starred Damson Idris, Angela Lewis, Carter Hudson, Michael Hyatt, Amin Joseph, and Gail Bean.

Among other snubs, P-Valley only picked up one nomination — for contemporary hairstyling. None of the actors on the Starz drama, created by Katori Hall, received a nomination.

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Voters with the Television Academy, which hands out the Emmy Awards, also snubbed the docuseries from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle titled Harry & Meghan. The heavily-hyped Netflix series was completely shut out of the nominations.

The streaming giant’s period drama Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story did poorly as well. While the Shondaland series received nods in the period costumes, period hairstyling and voice-over categories, the cast was completely overlooked.

Netflix did clean up with some of its other shows, including Beef; The Crown; Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story; and Wednesday which all received multiple nominations.

Other shows Emmy voters embraced were HBO’s Succession, which led the nominees with 27 nods.

Ted Lasso topped the competition in the comedy categories with 21 nominations.

The eligibility period for this year’s Emmy Awards was June 1, 2022-May 31, 2023. The full list of nominations by network and show can be viewed here.

The 75th Emmy Awards are currently scheduled to air live on Fox, Monday, Sept. 18, (8:00PM ET/5:00PM PT) from the Peacock Theater in downtown Los Angeles. The 2023 Creative Arts Emmy Awards are currently scheduled to take place over two consecutive nights on Saturday, Sept. 9, and Sunday, Sept. 10. An edited presentation is currently planned to air on Saturday, Sept. 16, at 8:00PM ET/PT on FXX.

The scheduling of the awards could change due to the Writers Guild of America strike and SAG-AFTRA strike.