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Thomas Schnauz Criticizes Emmy’s Voting System After Seeing Better Call Saul Stars Weren’t Among The Nominees Announced

Thomas Schnauz Criticizes Emmy’s Voting System After Seeing Better Call Saul Stars Weren’t Among The Nominees Announced

Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul producer Thomas Schnauz reacts to Emmy’s voting system after seeing Better Call Saul’s Rhea Seehorn and Bob Odenkirk weren’t among the nominees announced.

Rhea Seehorn took to Twitter to congrats Schnauz after Better Call Saul have been nominated by Emmy. But Rhea Seehorn and Bob Odenkirk couldn’t get nominations, and the fans disappointed after this announcing the complete list.

The producer replied to Seehorn’s tweet and thanked her. However, Schnauz stood behind Rhea Seehorn and Bob Odenkirk, criticizing Emmy’s voting system. He also honored her by saying that Rhea had a great effort in the success of Better Call Saul.

Here’s what Thomas Schnauz tweeted:

“Thank you, Rhea. I join the chorus of voices praising you and your work, wondering what supremely fucked up glitch in the voting system prevented you from getting an overdue nomination and win. Better Call Saul doesn’t succeed without you!!!”

Seehorn left a heart emoji to show some love in response to Schnauz’s comment.

The Emmy Awards will air September 20 on ABC, and Jimmy Kimmel hosted it. Saturday Night Live star Leslie Jones was joined by Laverne Cox, Josh Gad, and Tatiana Maslany to announce the nominations.

Check out the tweets below.

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