18 takeaways from the 2019 Golden Globe TV nominations

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18 takeaways from the 2019 Golden Globe TV nominations

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Golden Globes TV takeaways

From stunning shocks (Connie Britton!) to injurious omissions (no Atlanta?), listed below are EW’s TV critics with their mountainous takeaways from Thursday’s Golden Globes nominations.

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Jordin Althaus/Bravo

Connie Britton, nominated for Soiled John (Bravo)

Clearly it’s no longer a shock that Connie Britton kills it in her role as deceived SoCal wife Deborah Newell in Bravo’s staunch-crime adaptation, but the exhibit has handiest aired two episode to this level. Kudos to the Golden Globes voters for letting this addictive fresh sequence skedaddle beneath the wire. —Kristen 1st Earl 1st earl baldwin of bewdley of Bewdley

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Jessica /Amazon Top

Stephan James, nominated for Homecoming (Amazon Top)

I jumpy that Julia Roberts’ costar in Amazon’s unbelievable paranoid thriller would catch overshadowed by, effectively, Julia Roberts. But the HFPA honored James’ ludicrously charming, encroachingly freaky efficiency with a Handiest Actor Drama nod. (James is additionally in extra than one movie nominee If Beale Toll road Would possibly perchance well also Talk.) —Darren Franich

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Man D’Alema/FX

Atlanta (FX) snubbed, earn for Donald Glover

The mountainous eyeroll on nominations morning used to be the dearth of a Handiest Musical/Comedy nomination for FX’s masterly surrealcom. And past creator Glover, the proficient forged (Zazie Beetz! Brian Tyree Henry! Lakeith Stanfield!) used to be snubbed, too. Does The Kominsky Skill have Teddy Perkins? Does Kidding have Clark County? Did Apt Mrs. Maisel have an existential consideration of the cultural that implies of Drake’s Instagram presence? These shows did no longer have those things, man, Atlanta did! —DF

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Elizabeth Fisher/CBS

The Acceptable Fight (CBS All Get entry to)

I’ll actually pay for a CBS All Get entry to subscription for all Ninety-plus people of the HFPA if it will catch them to accept as true with in mind this exhibit. —KB

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Sophie Mutevelian/World Productions/Netflix

Bodyguard (Netflix) will get a drama nod

The Hollywood International Press loves an out of the country manufacturing, which is perchance why this six-episode BBC sequence — a fun, intense thriller starring the compelling/shining Richard Madden — beat out other generous dramas (cough The Acceptable Fight cough) for a slot in this class. —KB

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Kieron McCarron/Blueprint Television/BBC

A Very English Scandal (Amazon Top) will get Globes tackle

Talking of British things! Native Globes TV seer Lynette Rice predicted this, so I shouldn’t be taken aback by the nominations for Amazon’s miniseries and its stars Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw. And but, I am taken aback. Between this and Paddington 2, it’s a unswerving Hughaissance! (The Whishawaissance began eons in the past.) —DF

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Jeffrey Neira/FX

Pose (FX) will get a Handiest Drama nod

The class is: Thank you, Hollywood International Press! This fairly but underwatched drama deserves the total attention it will catch. —KB

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BBC AMERICA

No nomination for Jodie Comer, Killing Eve

Even supposing Killing Eve landed a Handiest Drama nomination and a Handiest Actress nod for massive title Sandra Oh, once all over again Jodie Comer’s revelatory efficiency as the wily, intellectual assassin Villanelle is unnoticed. Who does she favor to damage to catch some respect? —KB

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Jojo Whilden/CBS

Candice Bergen nominated for Murphy Brown (CBS)

The exhibit premiered to tepid opinions (at most animated), worse rankings, and is no longer going to return for but every other season. Bergen made the role of Murphy iconic in the ’90s, but she and the rest of the forged staunch couldn’t muster the same magic the 2d time around. —KB

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Eddy Chen/NBC

The United States Ferrera misses out on a nod for Superstore (NBC)

I back hoping Ferrera’s gradually massive work on this optimistic NBC sitcom will impact awards attention. Presumably she’s going to seemingly be nominated when NBC revives Superstore in the 2030s! —DF

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Colleen Hayes/NBC

The Acceptable Position (NBC) will get Globes tackle, but no longer for D’Arcy Carden

How optimistic of the HFPA to acknowledge NBC’s seriously acclaimed afterlife sitcom, with nominations for Handiest Musical/Comedy and for Kristen Bell. Unhappy that they no longer renowned Carden’s splendidly daffy efficiency as omniscient angelbot-thing Janet. —DF

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Jackson Lee Davis/AMC

A snub for Resort forty 9 (AMC)

You never know what low-rated freshman TV sequence the Globes will bestow pleasantly unexpected nominations upon. I used to be hoping the HFPA would look AMC’s stunning fresh fairy memoir about surfing and plumbing gross sales, but I recount it staunch wasn’t Kominsky Skill-ish ample. —DF

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Beth Dubber/Netflix

No nomination for Betty Gilpin, GLOW (Netflix)

No nod for Liberty Belle? Right here is worse than when Zoya the Destroya kidnapped her daughter! —DF

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Gavin Bond/Showtime

A Sacha Baron Cohen shock for Who Is The United States? 

Answer: The United States is the one scratching its head wondering how the shock comedian earned a nomination for Four lame performances (the Israeli militia dude used to be kiiiiinda humorous). —DF

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Impress Hill/YouTube Red/Sony

Cobra Kai (YouTube Top class) strikes out

A success movie franchise transformed staunch into a stunning family dramedy starring Ralph Macchio? It tests every Golden Globes voter field. For disgrace, HFPA. —KB

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Lifetime

A Penn Badgley snub for YOU (Lifetime)

The former Gossip Lady massive title reinvented himself along with his turn as a loopy-clingy murderous stalker/nearly-cute hero. Plus, he hasn’t archaic a day! —KB

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Kata Vermes/TNT

A suprise nod for The Alienist (TNT)

It indubitably used to be a TV exhibit, obvious, but deem me puzzled by diverse balloting bodies’ persevered embrace of this dear length crime slog, nominated for a pair prizes in the Runt Series class. —DF