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Awards season is in full swing, my friends, and you know what that means: snubs! Join us as we lament over the stars who should have gotten 2014 SAG Awards nominations. Seriously, guys.
1

Mad Men

Jon Hamm, Mad Men

Really, SAG? Really? Some people have ventured that because Mad Men has won more than once for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama series that perhaps it's some other show's chance at victory. We call BS, though. It's a crying shame Mad Men didn't get a nod, and especially that Jon Hamm (aka Don Draper) in particular was given the cold shoulder.

2

Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones' Emilia Clarke

Game of Thrones had quite a year last year. The hit HBO show became a bit of a cultural phenomenon, which makes it even more surprising that its leading ladies — incredible actresses like Emilia Clarke and Lena Headey — failed to make enough of an impression on the SAG panel to earn nods.

3

Parks and Recreation

Amy Poehler Parks and Recreations

What's up with Parks and Recreation always getting shafted? We just don't get it. Once again, it didn't make the lineup for Outstanding Comedy Series. And by the same token, its brilliant lead Amy Poehler wasn't nominated for Female Actor in a Comedy Series. Granted, it's a stacked category this year, but Poehler still deserved a little nod.

4

Girls

HBO's Girls cast

Where my Girls at? Last year, everyone was buzzing about HBO's hit series Girls — not to mention its mastermind Lena Dunham. So has the novelty worn off? Is the honeymoon phase over? We still think the show is funny as hell and that the acting is top-notch. This is a tough year... there's a nearly unprecedented number of supremely talented entertainers in every category. Maybe next year Dunham and the gang will make their way back on the radar.

5

Orange Is the New Black

Taylor Schilling, Orange is the New Black

Like so many other people, we at SheKnows have bought into the Orange Is the New Black hype — in a word, we're obsessed. We're anxiously awaiting word of the second season. Somehow, though, the SAG critics aren't on the same page — the show was conspicuously absent from the list of Outstanding Drama Series nominees. We're not stressing too much about it, though, as we have a feeling the show will be around long enough to find its way to the SAG Awards soon enough.

6

Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio

Oh, Leo! The Wolf of Wall Street actor nabbed a Golden Globe but was snubbed by Critics' Choice and now SAG. What does this mean for his chances at an Oscar? We're not sure... but we do know this isn't the first time SAG hasn't shown Leonardo DiCaprio love when it should have. Hello, remember his role in Django Unchained? It definitely didn't deserve to be overlooked last year.

7

Robert Redford

Robert Redford

Another actor who was narrowly eked out was Robert Redford for All Is Lost. But alas, the Best Actor category was particularly tough this year as there were simply too many dazzling turns by talented actors and not enough spots to fit them in.

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Comments on "2014 SAG Awards snubs: Seriously? No Mad Men ?"

Shirl January 18, 2014 | 5:44 PM

Sorry, second golden globe. I was wrong.

Shirl January 18, 2014 | 5:35 PM

Yes I do know that but I am speaking on a more broader scale. Like the fact that he was notimated in the comedy section which was a little weird. I'm not writing to argue with anyone about this stuff and it was his first golden globe so want I meant is how many times he got passed up for the great work he has done. I know what LD has won for trust me

Shirl January 18, 2014 | 5:26 PM

Well the SAG awards are on now and I just found out that they snubbed Leo so I am not watching. As a black woman I can say LD has been passed over more than a black man. I feel like writing NAACP and we can give him an award. He is an outstanding actor and deserves it for the past 20 years of great movies and performances. But that is okay LD that is why God keeps blessing you to work and you are truly loved.

Damian January 18, 2014 | 5:01 PM

Uhh, not only was Leo nominated for a Critic's Choice award, he won. Do some fact checking please.

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