In the wake of every announcement of Emmy nominations, a wave of indignation breaks over the Internet as fans decry the snubs against their favourite shows. This year, critics and viewers are up in arms about the glaring absence of Canadian actress Tatiana Maslany from the lists. To deal with this affront, check out our Orphan Black read-alikes.
Meanwhile, here are some other books to soothe other slights regarding nominees for the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
The Good Wife and Philosophy edited by Kimberly Baltzer-Jaray and Robert Arp
Despite a strong season and several acting nominations, this network powerhouse was shut out of the Outstanding Drama category. Stop debating whether this is an egregious error with your co-workers and delve into this collection of essays... soon you will be able to debate legal ethics, loopholes and what it means to be a good spouse instead!
The show may be too provocative to be considered for Outstanding Drama, but the nomination for Lizzy Caplan for her role as Virginia Johnson is an interesting surprise. Delve into this biography about "the couple who taught America how to love."
The Americans only received one nomination for guest star Margo Martindale. But did you know the Cold War espionage drama's showrunner is also the author of a CIA novel?
The nightmarishly beautiful Hannibal was shut out even in the technical categories such as art direction and cinematography. Read the novel that introduced Hannibal Lecter to the world.
Ay caramba! The long-running animated sitcom did not make it as an Outstanding Animated Program contender, but you can look back on its history and reminisce about its golden days.