TV: 10 Shows We Hope Aren’t Ignored by the Emmys

  1. Broad City

Broad City

When “Girls” premiered in 2012, it was met with equal amounts of praise and criticism. For those who criticized, many cited the fact that women living in New York don’t get as many breaks as those on the HBO series. In 2014, Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson brought “Broad City” to life as a pseudo-response to “Girls” and has since been one of the funniest comedies on television. Jacobson and Glazer are consistently the funniest characters on screen, and their naiveté/ignorance to the absurdity around them might be the funniest aspect of the show. With Glazer delivering an A+ performance, and the show’s ability to deliver relevant commentary for being a young adult, it would be a shame for the show to go home without a nomination again.