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Snubbed? “Black-ish” Gets Blacked Out At SAG Awards

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Undoubtedly, when Tracee Ellis Ross did not receive a SAG Award nomination we called it a snubbed, but we held out hope that nominations for her co-star Anthony Anderson, and the show as a whole, would score trophies at the big show. Unfortunately, that dream was derailed as well.

The 24th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards aired on Sunday evening and when the category for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series came up our fingers were crossed for Anderson. However, it was William H. Macy who walked away with the Actor trophy for his role in “Shameless.” So, was Anthony snubbed? That’s for you to decided, but he was in a category with stiff competition. In addition to Macy, Aziz Ansari, Larry David, Sean Hayes and Marc Maron were also in the running.

After getting over the disappointment of Anderson’s loss we still held out hope for the entire “Black-ish” cast. But, when the winner for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series was announced it was “Veep” that scored the victory. Again it was a tough category featuring “Curb Your Enthusiasm”, “GLOW” and “Orange is the New Black” as well, but “Black-ish” could have definitely took this one.

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