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'Yellowstone' Fans Disappointed as Show Is Snubbed by the Golden Globes — See Their Comments

Junie Sihlangu
Feb 04, 2021
04:20 P.M.
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This week, the Golden Globe nominations were released, and the fan-favorite show, “Yellowstone,” was snubbed. The show’s fans have since taken to social media to voice their disappointment.


On February 28, 2021, the 78th Golden Globe Awards will air live from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. PT/8 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET on NBC. Actresses Amy Poehler and Tina Fey will be co-hosting the event from their respective cities.

Poehler will be coming live from the West Coast while Fey will helm the East. The latter will appear from the Rainbow Room in New York, and the former will be live from Beverly Hills at the Beverly Hilton.

Kevin Costner photographed on the "Today" show on March 28, 2019 | Photo: Zach Pagano/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal/Getty Images


The nominees will feature virtually from various locations from all around the world. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) announced the nominees on Wednesday, February 3, 2021.

Actresses Taraji P. Henson and Sarah Jessica Parker were tasked with disclosing all the nominees. However, western drama “Yellowstone” got zero nominations just like it did for last year’s Emmys.


Late last year, the show was also snubbed by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. One of the lead stars on the Paramount Network series, Kevin Costner, also saw no nominations for his work.

Taylor Sheridan’s drama focuses on the Dutton family and their Montana Ranch. It had its premiere in 2018 and features a talented cast like Costner and Kelly Reilly but has failed to earn an Emmy.


Fans were looking forward to the show finally earning something from this year's Golden Globes and have shared their unhappiness on Twitter. One fan compared “Yellowstone” to “Emily in Paris.”

The fan couldn’t believe the latter was nominated and the western drama wasn’t. Someone else shared their shock at the drama not being nominated but handled the snub with ease.


The fan joked about the fearsome Beth Dutton, played by Reilly, coming for the awards show for retribution. Another viewer just wanted to know if the series would ever get an Emmy or a Golden Globe, adding:

“It's LONG overdue. #BestShowOnTV.”


A fourth person also shared their disappointment at the “HFPA” for their snub. The fan revealed how they believed the show, which has three seasons, was actually a winner in all the categories.

Someone else started their post by congratulating all the other nominees. However, the viewer felt Reilly had been wrongfully snubbed and deserved “all the awards” for her role in the series.


A sixth fan also couldn’t understand how “Emily in Paris” got nominations over “Yellowstone.” The person felt the western drama was quality television, had gifted actors, and great writing.

Another viewer also shared their disappointment at seeing the series and the network being snubbed again. Hopefully, other award shows are paying attention, and things will change for the drama.