Golden Globes Snub “Homeland,” “Mad Men” & “Dallas Buyers Club”
While many of our favorite stars, films, and television shows were recognized for their greatness during the 71st Annual Golden Globes nominations ceremony today, there were definitely a few glaring oversights by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Case in point, “Homeland” missed a nod for Best Drama Series and both Claire Danes and Damian Lewis were left out of the party as well.
Meanwhile, the “Mad Men” folks are also shaking their heads after getting ditched out of the Best Drama category. What used to be the awards show darling has now become old hat, it seems.
And even though Amy Poehler is one half of the hosting team this year, her “Parks and Recreation” costar Nick Offerman did not get nominated for a Globe. It’s hard to believe Ron Swanson didn’t merit a mention!
As for “30 Rock,” the HFPA had no love for one of the hottest ensemble casts on television, as neither the show itself nor the stars managed to make it onto the nominees list.
Both “Dallas Buyers Club” and “August: Osage County” missed out on Best Picture recognition, as did “Lee Daniels' The Butler” and Oprah Winfrey.
Who and what do you think received the largest snub? Sound off below!