It may still pick up some extraneous nominations, but Grey's Anatomy was noticeably left off the list of 2010 Emmy Awards nominees in all five major categories.
That's right, no Outstanding Drama, Outstanding Actress, Outstanding Actor, Outstanding Supporting Actress or Outstanding Supporting Actor nods for the show.
It's hard to pinpoint the rationale for the cast's omission, particularly that of Sandra Oh and Chandra Wilson, who we're accustomed to seeing honored every year.
Certainly those two weren't any less good in Season Six. Has the show as a whole fallen out of favor with voters? Or were actresses on other shows just better?
Given that Katherine Heigl was not only nominated, but won an Outstanding Supporting Actress Emmy at the peak of the show's popularity, that must be a factor.
What do you think? Who most deserved a nomination this year - or did no one deserve it compared to the other shows, actors and actresses who were nominated?
We don't believe the call either, Sandra.
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