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Emmy nominations 2016: This year's 10 biggest snubs

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The Good Wife: Was passed over for best drama and lead actress nominations in its final season  Orange Is The New Black: Even Emmy-favorite Uzo Aduba missed the list Empire: Was snubbed in the Best Drama category for the second year in a row The Late Show With Stephen Colbert: Was completely shut out across the Variety Series categories The Daily Show: This is the first time the show has not been nominated for outstanding variety series since 2001 Full Frontal With Samantha Bee: At least it picked up a nomination for outstanding writing UnReal: Constance Zimmer got a Supporting Actress nom but UnReal should have gotten more Girls: Even Adam Driver, who’s been on the list of outstanding supporting actors for the past three years, got bypassed Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: It deserved a nomination for Rachel Bloom at the very least The Big Bang Theory: Didn't get a best comedy nod, and perennial nominee Jim Parsons was also shut out

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