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‘Yellowstone’ Scores No Major Emmy Nominations

David Hookstead Sports And Entertainment Editor
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“Yellowstone” didn’t receive a single major Emmy nomination.

The list of nominations were revealed Tuesday, and season three of the hit show with Kevin Costner didn’t earn a single major nomination. (REVIEW: ‘Yellowstone’ Ends Season 3 With One Of The Greatest Cliffhangers In TV History)

That’s right, folks. It’s not up for Best Drama, Lead Actor – Drama, Lead Actress – Drama, Supporting Actress – Drama or Supporting Actor Drama. The only nomination it got was for Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Contemporary Program.

I guess the Emmy Awards just don’t care about shows that are universally loved in America.

 

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All the way around, the third season of the hit Paramount Network show has been shut out of the Emmys, and the situation is an absolute joke.

How the hell does “Yellowstone” not score at least a nomination in any of the categories above? It makes no sense.

 

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Kevin Costner should win for Lead Actor. That’s an easy decision. From there, Cole Hauser and Luke Grimes and Wes Bentley should all be in the conversation for best supporting actor, and Kelly Reilly is an easy call for Lead Actress.

As for the best drama show on TV, anyone who says it’s anything other than “Yellowstone” should be ignored for the rest of their lives because they’re clearly idiots.

 

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I probably wasn’t going to watch the Emmys anyways, but I’m damn sure not going to anymore. That much is for sure. If “Yellowstone” doesn’t get recognized for its greatness, then the Emmys have zero credibility. It’s that simple.