2014 People’s Choice Awards: ‘Arrow,’ Stephen Amell, Grant Gustin, ‘Longmire’ among snubs

See Oliver -The People’s Choice Awards dished out a number of nominations this week, but even with that, there were many categories that had a few missing names here and there. We understand that the voters had some tough decisions to make here and there, but there are also certain people and shows that make you wonder how in the world they were ignored.

You can see the full list of nominations over at the link here. With that being said, let’s focus on a few of the forgotten.

Stephen Amell and “Arrow – Voters definitely failed this city by leaving this show and its excellent leading man off the ballots.

Grant Gustin – “The Flash” got some love for new series, but what about the man behind the costume? It was tough for CW superhero shows to make it on.

Mad Men” – It may get a ton of love with Emmy nominations, but no love here.

“Orange Is the New Black” – This is more of a flaw in the way that the PCAs choose to mostly hide from the fact that Netflix shows exist. One nomination for Favorite Dramedy and that is it.

Survivor” – Two superb seasons in the first “Blood vs. Water” and “Cagayan,” and somehow “Hell’s Kitchen” still makes it on the ballot.

Longmire” – It was always a huge longshot, but it would’ve been a nice shot in the arm to keep the show’s future alive.

“Teen Wolf” – Mostly, we’re just shocked that the teen voters didn’t jam this in somewhere, even though we don’t mind its absence.

“Downton Abbey” cast – Probably a casualty of there being too many of them.

The full ceremony airs on CBS early next year, and is hosted by “Mom” stars Anna Faris and Allison Janney. If you want some more TV updates on all we cover right now sent to your email, be sure to sign up now for our CarterMatt Newsletter. (Photo via The CW.)

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