An ‘Emily In Paris’ Writer Admits To Feeling ‘Rage’ Over ‘I May Destroy You’ Getting Snubbed By The Globes

An ‘Emily In Paris’ Writer Admits To Feeling ‘Rage’ Over ‘I May Destroy You’ Getting Snubbed By The Globes

Uproxx - News·2021-02-05 07:00

HBO’s fiery and fearless I May Destroy You (created by and starring Michaela Coel) got snubbed by the Golden Globes nominations list, and while a few good things happened elsewhere on the list, there’s a lot of reasons to shake one’s head over that glaring omission. Another very good exploration of sexual consent, Emerald Fennell’s Promising Young Woman starring Carey Mulligan, did not get snubbed, and to add further insult to injury, Emily In Paris got nominated for Best Comedy. Whether or not I May Destroy You belonged in any particular category (Limited Series, Comedy, Drama) isn’t really the issue at hand, it’s more about how Emily, at best, lacked substance and how the French were not thrilled about it being an “insulting” depiction of the country.

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