In a major Golden Globes snub, the BBC and HBO’s acclaimed series I May Destroy You has failed to earn a single nomination.
Michaela Coel’s blisteringly authentic British drama was a contender to perform well at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association gongs, but voters evidently felt otherwise.
There was no recognition in the limited series category, which featured a number of international series, including BBC/Hulu drama Normal People and Netflix’s Unorthodox.
I May Destroy You was also shut out of the acting gongs, where Coel’s British peers featured heavily, not least Daisy Edgar-Jones (Normal People) and The Crown stars Gillian Anderson and Helena Bonham Carter.
The snub surprised some, who reacted to the news on Twitter:
The series, which features Coel playing a woman navigating the dawning realization that she was a victim of sexual assault, has already figured in other awards.
I May Destroy You has been nominated for two Critics Choice Awards, including best limited series, while it won breakthrough series at the Gotham Awards last month.
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