It looks like Nicole Kidman gained the attention of the Internet users when these people advocate for a nomination for her in the Emmy because of her splendid portrayal of an abused wife in the hit HBO series "Little Big Lies." The actress is actually part of the series together with Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley, Zoe Kravitz, Alexander Skarsgard, and Laura Dern.

It has been reported too that the said series has gained a wide viewership after it became a hit. Added to this is Nicole Kidman's excellent portrayal of her role as an abused wife and a mother crossing life in Monterey Bay, California. With this, a lot of fans as well as viewers are saying and are proclaiming that she deserves to win an Emmy come September as reported on CNN.

This clamor started with TV Guide writer Tim Surette when he wrote an article titled, "Big Little Lies: Just Give Nicole Kidman Her Emmy Now." He presented in his article the justification why the actress should win an Emmy. Though the actress will be competing with a lot of actresses who also have excellent portrayal of their respective characters like the one in "Fargo" and "American Crime Story," she should be the one who will be holding the trophy at the end of the night.

The writer also added and made mention of a particular scene in the "Big Little Lies" which will give Nicole Kidman an Emmy's trophy. But despite this, there seems to be a problem and it has nothing to do with the performance of the actress.

It looks like the competition for the outstanding lead actress in a series is really intense if ever. Apart from any of her co-stars, some actresses who are in the limited series will also make good contenders for Nicole Kidman. These include Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange from the series, "Feud," Carrie Coon from "Fargo," and Felicity Huffman from "American Crime."

Meanwhile, Nicole Kidman who is also one of the producers of the series shared that "Big Little Lies" taught her how TV series are important these days and the quality of the story that each presents. She also added that there are many shows out there but only few tackles about women.