The Emmys honored many worthy actors and TV shows with nominations on Thursday, but the Television Academy wasn’t kind to everyone. With so much competition, not every great program was honored. These TV shows and actors were snubbed by the 2018 Emmys:

Mandy Moore from “This Is Us” did not receive a nomination for her heartbreaking performance as matriarch Rebecca Pearson. She had a beautiful meltdown after seeing Jack’s dead body, and her performance in the episodes following was phenomenal. Though her co-stars Milo Ventimiglia and Sterling K. Brown were honored, the Emmys ignored Moore in what might be the biggest snub of the year.

Caitriona Balfe from “Outlander” was ignored again. She carries the period drama with her stunning performance as a time-traveling nurse. The drama was given a nomination for costumes, but Balfe’s always-impressive work should have been honored as well.

“Jane the Virgin” is one of the best shows on TV, but somehow the Academy managed to ignore it (along with everything else on The CW). Star Gina Rodriguez should’ve gotten a nomination for best lead actress in a comedy. While “Barry” and “Atlanta” got two nominations each for writing, Jenny Snyder Urman’s fabulous writers’ room was snubbed entirely.

Rachel Bloom writes acts, sings, dances, writes songs and executive produces “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” and she does it all well. Season 3 was a unique exploration of mental illness, but somehow, not even one of her catchy tunes got nominated. Bloom has already reacted by posting her “I Don’t Care About Award Shows” music video.

Krysten Ritter from “Marvel’s Jessica Jones” was ignored again. While the second season wasn’t quite as good as the first, it was still great TV, and Ritter killed her performance as the PTSD-ridden superhero. Unfortunately, the Emmys seem to shut out superhero TV shows in most categories.

“SMILF” was snubbed as well. The new Showtime dramedy was expected to earn a nod or two, likely for Frankie Shaw’s leading role as a young single mother or Rosie O’Donnell’s supporting role. However, the show was left out entirely.

“One Day at a Time” belongs among the best comedy nominees, but somehow, it’s nowhere to be found in any category, with the exception of best multi-camera editing. It’s one of the best comedies on television right now. Justina Machado was snubbed in the lead actress category, and Rita Moreno should’ve been in the supporting actress category as well.

Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke did great work on “Game of Thrones” this year. HBO decided to put them both in the lead role categories after all their Season 7 screen time. Unfortunately, both categories were highly competitive this year, and neither ended up being nominated.

The Primetime Emmys, hosted by Michael Che and Colin Jost, air Monday Sept. 17, at 8 p.m. EDT on NBC.