‘Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist’ may be cancelled, but it still has hope at Emmys

‘Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist’ may be cancelled, but it still has hope at Emmys
We know, we know. NBC’s cancellation of “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist” couldn’t have come at a worse time, as Season 2 ended on an emotional cliffhanger with two characters baring their souls to each other. Even though the story of Zoey (Jane Levy), Max (Skylar Astin) and Mo (Alex Newell) won’t be continuing any time soon, it still has hope at the Emmys, as nominations-round voting takes place June 17 – June 28. Our sister site Deadline reports the musical comedy is being “shopped” to other networks, and a truckload of awards would certainly make it look more desirable to potential buyers — hint hint, Emmy voters.

Cancelled TV series get nominated for Emmy Awards all the time, and sometimes they even win. “Pushing Daisies” received the touch of death after its second season in 2009 but still managed to grasp its fingers around four trophies: Kristin Chenoweth for Best Supporting Actress, Best Art Direction,
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