The Emmy nominations  came out last week and have us hopeful that a new crop of winners will be awarded at this year's ceremony. However, if you're a dedicated TV fan — and Emmy watcher — you're used to the disappointment that comes when your favorite TV actor goes home empty-handed. But that's nothing compared to how these actual TV stars must feel — none of them have ever won an Emmy, but we bet you thought they did.
Jason Alexander is the only member of Seinfeld's foursome to never have won an Emmy. Classic Costanza.
Though she was nominated five years in a row for playing groundbreaking character Samantha Jones on Sex and the City, Cattrall never took home the gold (her costars Sarah Jessica Parker  and Cynthia Nixon did win, though).
Jon Hamm , who has played the iconic Don Draper since 2007, has never won an Emmy — despite just earning his eighth nomination for the role. He's also nominated for his guest role on The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt — how great would it be if he won both?!
Michael C. Hall
Though Michael C. Hall has been nominated a total of six times for both Dexter and Six Feet Under, he's never won the Emmy.
Though her female cast members Jennifer Aniston  and Lisa Kudrow both won Emmys for their work on Friends, Courteney Cox  never won — or was ever nominated.
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Though the TV star has a Daytime Emmy and was nominated for a Golden Globe for Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Gellar has never won or been nominated for a Primetime Emmy.
Steve Carell  was perennially underappreciated for his role as Michael Scott on The Office. He was nominated six times but never got called on stage to accept the award.
The first lady of Friday Night Lights never won for that drama, or for any of her other nominations (she's been up for American Horror Story and Nashville in addition to her two FNL nominations).
Though she's been up six years in a row now for Parks and Recreation (and twice in row before that for Saturday Night Live) and she won a Golden Globe earlier this year, Amy Poehler  has never won an Emmy. Maybe this is her year.