Charlie Hunnam Really Doesn’t Care About Emmy Snub
During press duties at the Television Critics Association, Charlie Hunnam sat down to talk about his hit FX series “Sons of Anarchy.”
Not surprisingly, the “Undeclared” actor was confronted about his Emmy snub after this year’s round of nominations. Not to mention, the five seasons prior!
Speaking to reporters on Monday (July 21), Charlie revealed how he feels about the snubs and said, "Lest we forget, it doesn't matter at all. I feel there's this perception that we're upset about this and.… I really don't give a sh*t. I make this for the people that watch the show and I really care for me about the work that I do and for my friends that watch it. People don't appreciate it. You can't win them all."
The show’s director Paris Barclay added that “Sons of Anarchy” isn’t one that “appeals to Emmy voters.” Paris won an Emmy for his work on NYPD Blue and is nominated this year for “Glee.” "I'm not a biker dude, I'm a Glee dude, but you get sucked into it,” he added.
The show’s creator Kurt Sutter finished on a lighter note and said, "I want an Emmy. I'll be honest. I would like an Emmy. I didn't know Paris was nominated for Glee until four days later. I didn't even acknowledge it because I was like, 'f*** that!' "
“Sons of Anarchy” returns for its seventh and final season on Sept. 9th at 9 p.m. on FX.
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