Emmys Yellowstone and 1883 Spinoff Nearly Snubbed by Nominations

There won't be an entire lotta celebrating in the bunkhouse this evening. Yellowstone on Tuesday 

 was totally closed out when the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards chosen people were reported. Prequel 1883 got three gestures yet none in significant classes.

 (Two were for Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie, and one was for Outstanding Music Composition 

 for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie.)As a matter of fact, out of all Paramount Network and Paramount properties, 

 The Hunt for QAnon, which is okay with Outstanding TV-Movie. Indeed, even Evil got 100% closed out,

for the previous summer's sophomore season. As Emmy season started off, TVLine focused on the model work that Yellowstone driving woman Kelly Reilly

 did as troublemaker Beth Dutton in Season 4, talking with her and chief Stephen Kay about the scene that left her personality's heart broke.