Emmys 2015: Viewers Complain About Spoilers in Series Finale Montage
"Welcome back to the Spoiler Awards."
Viewers are not happy after a video montage aired on the Emmys, revealing spoilers for many of the shows that ended over the past year.
The montage played as tribute to the shows that ended this year, including Boardwalk Empire, Parenthood and Sons of Anarchy.
"Welcome back to the Spoiler Awards," said host Andy Samberg following the montage.
Here's a look at viewers who took to Twitter to express their frustration at the Emmy spoilers.
Really guys, you had to show the endings? I mean, I normally dont shout ‘ah! spoilers!’ But ah!! Spoilers!! #Emmys— Sierra Roby (@SierraRoby) September 21, 2015
That whole #Emmys montage celebrating shows that have ended was just a series of spoilers for anyone who hasn't finished any of those shows— Ashley Renee (@billababs) September 21, 2015
I mean seriously how fucking stupid are the people who put together that montage of spoilers?— Joshua Topolsky (@joshuatopolsky) September 21, 2015
Thanks emmys for that parade of spoilers— W. (@uricacid) September 21, 2015
The Emmys are dark and full of spoilers for series finales/shows I haven't watched yet #thanksemmys— Ash (@MakeEmLaugh) September 21, 2015
The #Emmys just set the land-speed record for most spoilers per minute.— Dalton Ross (@DaltonRoss) September 21, 2015
Biggest compilation of TV series spoilers on the Emmy’s tonight. Guess Samberg was right, you had to watch every show before tonight. Jerks.— Derick Valadao (@derickvaladao) September 21, 2015
Thanks for the series finale spoilers in that montage #Emmys2015. Brutal.— Britt Senko (@brittsenko) September 21, 2015
So the Emmys can bleep curses but spoilers, nah— Tom Kretchmar (@tkretchmar) September 21, 2015
However, not everyone complained.
To everyone complaining about spoilers: most of those shows ended in the spring. If you haven't watched you're not going to.— Kelly Sharon (@kellylovestype) September 21, 2015
If you didn't watch a show when it aired you really can't complain about spoilers— LondonLee (@LondonLee62) September 21, 2015
Oh no, there were spoilers on a program dedicated to honoring a year of TV shows that have already aired!— James Poniewozik (@poniewozik) September 21, 2015