SAG TV Snubs: 'The Americans', 'Silicon Valley,' 'The Good Wife'

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'The Americans'

No individual nominations for 'People v. O.J. Simpson' actor John Travolta, 'Downton Abbey' stalwart Maggie Smith or 'Westworld's' Evan Rachel Wood.

Julianna Margulies may be tied with Alec Baldwin for a record in SAG Awards wins, but neither the Good Wife star nor anyone else from the CBS drama's final season was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild award Wednesday morning.

But they were far from the only TV omissions. The following acclaimed series received no nominations from SAG-AFTRA: The Americans, Atlanta, Better Call Saul, Empire, Girls, Insecure and Silicon Valley.

Also even though their shows received nominations, The People v. O.J. Simpson's John Travolta, Downton Abbey's Maggie Smith and Westworld's Evan Rachel Wood failed to earn individual nominations.

Transparent star Jeffrey Tambor was recognized but the series didn't get a best ensemble nomination and This Is Us, days after earning multiple Golden Globe nominations, only earned one nomination, for castmember Sterling K. Brown.

And while individual House of Cards performers Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright were nominated, the show wasn't recognized in the drama series ensemble category.

While Orange Is the New Black was nominated for two awards after being ignored by the Golden Globes, actresses Danielle Brooks and Samira Wiley, who had major storylines last season, weren't nominated.

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