InFive: Golden Globe 2016 TV nominations

InFive is a new TheCelebrityCafe.com feature where we give you five points you need to know on a topic. Since the 73d Annual Golden Globe Awards nominations were announced today, here’s five things you need to know about the television nominations.

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Streaming services lead the way

Amazon, Netflix and Hulu own four of the six slots for Best Musical/Comedy series and one of the five slots in the Best Drama Series category.

Mad Men’s final season snubbed

The second half of Mad Men’s final season was snubbed and earned only one nomination thanks to Jon Hamm.

Shows that rarely get awards get recognition

Amazon’s Mozart in the Jungle and Netflix’s Narcos aren’t the first shows we think of when we hear about an Amazon or Netflix show getting attention. But they are up for Best Musical/Comedy Series and Best Drama Series, respectively. The show’s main stars also nabbed nominations.

Empire bounces back

After missing out on SAG Awards nominations, Fox’s hit Empire was nominated for Best Drama Series and Best Actress – Drama (Taraji P. Henson).

Mr. Robot is an awards player

USA Network’s Mr. Robot scored with the Screen Actors Guild and also with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Star Rami Malek and the show itself both scored nominations.

The Golden Globes are on Jan. 10. You can find the full list of nominees right here.

Daniel S Levine

Daniel S Levine is a longtime movie fan and a graduate of Hoftsra University. I also know just about everything you might need to know about Star Wars.

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