"A complete injustice": Twin Peaks fans incensed at Emmy Awards 'snub'
Sure, there are writing and directing nominations but Twin Peaks fans want a best series nod and recognition for star Kyle MacLachlan
The Twin Peaks fandom is angry. The Emmy nominations for 2018 are out – and somehow the awards body seems to have entirely forgotten about the return after 25 years of the genre-bending mystery horror drama.
Well, not entirely. Creators David Lynch and Mark Frost are up for Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic Special (catchy), Lynch is also in the running for Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic Special and there are nominations for make-up, single-camera picture editing, hair styling and sound editing.
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But there are no nominations inr the major limited series categories or for star Kyle McLachlan, and fans are pretty mad about that...
Better luck in 2043?