While most people will walk away from the Emmys praising winners like "Homeland" and "Modern Family" some will question whether or not "Mad Men" and "Downton Abbey" got snubbed. After earning a total of 17 nominations this year, "Mad Men" had the potential to become the first series to win in the Outstanding Drama Series category five years in a row -- but lost in every category, including Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama (Jon Hamm) and Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama (Elisabeth Moss). PBS series "Downton Abbey," which was nominated for 16 awards -- and who won Outstanding Miniseries or Movie last year -- only took home three trophies, including an Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series win for Maggie Smith in her role as the Countess of Grantham. What does this mean for the future of these shows? Is their success -- like their shows -- set in the past? Probably not. But you'll have to tune in next year to see if they bounce back.