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Where Is the Oscar Race After SAG and Golden Globes Nominations? (FULL GLOBES LIST)

Photo of Anne Thompson By Anne Thompson | Thompson on Hollywood December 12, 2013 at 12:14PM

While the major critics groups did little to boost the awards profile of "12 Years a Slave," Steve McQueen's historic drama is back in the front of the pack after this week's Screen Actors Guild and Hollywood Foreign Press nominations, along with David O. Russell's "American Hustle." Both earned seven nominations from the Hollywood Foreign Press, a small group of foreign entertainment correspondents and critics who are wined and dined all year long for their precious--often idiosyncratic-- votes for the Golden Globes, which are split into comedy/musical and dramatic categories. The winners are revealed on The Golden Globes Awards show which is aired live on NBC on January 12th-- thankfully Tina Fey and Amy Poehler return as hosts.
Michael Douglas and Matt Damon in "Behind the Candelabra"
Michael Douglas and Matt Damon in "Behind the Candelabra"

Television nominations below.

Best TV Series - Comedy/Musical

"Big Bang Theory"

"Brooklyn Nine Nine"


"Modern Family"

"Parks & Recreation" 

Best Miniseries Or Motion Picture Made For Television

"American Horror Story: Coven" 

"Behind The Candelabra" 

"Dancing On The Edge

"Top Of The Lake" 

"The White Queen" 

Best TV Drama

"Breaking Bad"

"Downton Abbey"

"The Good Wife" 

"House Of Cards" 

"Masters Of Sex" 

Best Actress - Drama TV Series

Julianna Marguiles - "The Good Wife" 

Tatiana Maslany - "Orphan Black"

Taylor Schilling - "Orange Is The New Black" 

Kerry Washington - "Scandal"

Robin Wright - "House Of Cards"

Best Actor - TV Drama

Bryan Cranston - "Breaking Bad" 

Liev Schreiber - "Ray Donovan" 

Michael Sheen - "Masters Of Sex" 

Kevin Spacey - "House Of Cards" 

James Spader - "The Blacklist" 

Best Actress - MIniseries

Helena Bonham-Carter - "Burton & Taylor" 

Rebecca Ferguson - "The White Queen" 

Jessica Lange - "American Horror Story: Coven" 

Helen Mirren - "Phil Spector" 

Elisabeth Moss - "Top Of The Lake" 

Best Actor - Miniseries

Matt Damon - "Behind The Candelabra" 

Michael Douglas - "Behind The Candelabra" 

Chiwetel Ejiofor - "Dancing On The Edge" 

Idris Elba - "Luther" 

Al Pacino - "Phil Spector" 

Best Actress - Comedy TV Series

Zooey Deschanel - "New Girl" 

Lena Dunham - "Girls" 

Edie Falco - "Nurse Jackie" 

Julia Louis-Dreyfus - "Veep" 

Amy Poehler - "Parks & Recreation" 

Best Actor - Comedy TV Series

Jason Bateman - "Arrested Development" 

Don Cheadle - "House Of Lies" 

Michael J Fox - "The Michael J Fox Show" 

Jim Parsons - "The Big Bang Theory" 

Andy Samberg - "Brooklyn Nine Nine" 

Best Supporting Actor - TV

Josh Charles - "The Good Wife" 

Rob Lowe - "Behind The Candelabra" 

Aaron Paul - "Breaking Bad" 

Corey Stoll - "House Of Cards" 

Jon Voight - "Ray Donovan"

Best Supporting Actress - TV

Jacqueline Bisset - "Dancing On The Edge" 

Janet McTeer - "The White Queen"

Hayden Panetierre - "Nashville" 

Monica Potter - "Parenthood" 

Sofia Vergara - "Modern Family" 

This article is related to: Awards, Awards Season Roundup, Awards, Golden Globes

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Born and raised in Manhattan, Anne Thompson grew up going to the Thalia and The New Yorker and wound up at grad Cinema Studies at NYU. She worked at United Artists and Film Comment before heading west as that magazine's west coast editor. She wrote for the LA Weekly, Sight and Sound, Empire, The New York Times and Entertainment Weekly before serving as West Coast Editor of Premiere. She wrote for The Washington Post, The London Observer, Wired, More, and Vanity Fair, and did staff stints at The Hollywood Reporter and Variety. She eventually took her blog Thompson on Hollywood to Indiewire. She taught film criticism at USC Critical Studies, and continues to host the fall semester of “Sneak Previews” for UCLA Extension.