Globe TV Nominations 2012: Handicapping

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This freshman TNT series stars Eric McCormack as Dr. Daniel Pierce, a neuropsychiatrist who assists the FBI on some of their most complex cases.

100/1
Common Law

This freshman USA series stars Michael Ealy and Warren Kole as two LAPD detectives who can't stand each other and are ordered to see a couples therapist to remedy the situation.

100/1
Vegas

A CBS series set in the 1960s about a rancher who becomes sheriff to keep his town of Las Vegas from being taken over by a ruthless Chicago gangster. Stars Dennis Quaid and Michael Chiklis. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
True Blood

An HBO series about a world filled with vampires, werewolves, witches, and shifters in Louisiana. Stars Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer. The show has two Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Touch

A Fox series where a widower discovers that his autistic, mute son can actually predict the future by detecting the pattern of seemingly unrelated events. Stars Kiefer Sutherland. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
The Walking Dead

An AMC series about a deputy sheriff leading survivors to safety in a world overrun by zombies. Stars Andrew Lincoln. The show has one Globe nomination in this category.

100/1
The Newsroom

An HBO series about a crowd-pleasing TV newsman who has a public outburst and has his news program taken over by an ambitious producer from his romantic past. Stars Jeff Daniels, Emily Mortimer, and Sam Waterston. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
The Good Wife

A CBS series about the legal cases and romances of a wealthy law firm. Stars Julianna Margulies, Josh Charles, and Archie Panjabi. The show has received one Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
The Client List

A Lifetime series about a young woman who supports her family by taking a job helping manage a massage parlor business. Stars Jennifer Love-Hewitt. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
The Borgias

A Showtime series about a malicious and criminal family with the backdrop of religion set in 1492 Italy. Stars Jeremy Irons. The show has no Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Suits

A USA series about a high-powered New York lawyer who hires a brilliant college dropout as an associate at his law firm. Stars Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams. The show has no Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Sons of Anarchy

An FX series about the seedy and often corrupt world of motorcycle clubs and the familial lines that usually run through them. Stars Katey Sagal and Charlie Hunnam. The show has no Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Shameless

A Showtime series about an alcoholic father who is so undependable his six children must fend for themselves. Stars William H. Macy and Emmy Rossum. The show has no Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Scandal

An ABC series about a former White House communications director who runs a political crisis-management firm that will do whatever it takes to protect the public image of their clients. Stars Kerry Washington and Tony Goldwyn. The show has no Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Revolution

An NBC series about a post-apocalyptic future 15 years after all electricity mysteriously stopped working. Stars Billy Burke, Elizabeth Mitchell, and Giancarlo Esposito. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
Revenge

An ABC series about a young woman who moves back to the Hamptons to take revenge on the people who caused the death of her father. Stars Emily VanCamp and Madeleine Stowe. The show has no Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Person of Interest

A CBS series about a former CIA field officer who teams up with a technological genius to prevent crimes before they happen. Stars Jim Caviezel and Michael Emerson. The show has no Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Parenthood

An NBC series where members of a large California family struggle with the challenges of parenthood. Stars Peter Krause and Lauren Graham. The show has no Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Once Upon a Time

An ABC series where an Evil Queen has cursed the fairy tale world so that it is now just the village of Storybrooke, where magic has been forgotten and the storybook characters no longer remember who they once were. Stars Jennifer Morrison and Ginnifer Goodwin. The show has no Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Nashville

An ABC series about a now-fading country-music superstar tries to revive her career in a joint tour with a rising teen sensation. Stars Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
Major Crimes

A TNT series and sequel to "The Closer" in which Capt. Sharon Raydor takes over as head of the LAPD's Major Crimes division. Stars Mary McDonnell. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
Magic City

A Starz series showing the seamy underside of a luxurious Miami Beach hotel in the 1950s. Stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Danny Huston. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
Made in Jersey

A CBS series about a streetwise lawyer from a working-class Italian family in New Jersey who uses her street smarts to compete with her more polished colleagues at a posh New York City law firm. Stars Janet Montgomery and Donna Murphy. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
Mad Men

An AMC series with a look back at the public and private lives of executives at an advertising agency on New York City's Madison Avenue in the 1960s. Stars Jon Hamm and Elisabeth Moss. The show has three Globe wins in four nominations in this category.

100/1
Luck

An HBO series about the greed and corruption at a horse racing track. Stars Dustin Hoffman and Nick Nolte. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
Last Resort

An ABC series where a mysterious attack by their own forces causes the crew of the U.S.'s most powerful nuclear submarine take refuge at a NATO outpost on an exotic island. Stars Andre Braugher and Scott Speedman. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
Justified

An FX series about a U.S. Marshal in Florida who is forced to work in his home area of the backwoods of Kentucky. Stars Timothy Olyphant and Walton Goggins. The show has no Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Hunted

A Cinemax series about a skilled, gutsy operative who works for a secretive private firm involved in global intelligence and espionage. Stars Melissa George. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
House

A Fox series about a cantankerous and eccentric doctor who can solve difficult cases. Stars Hugh Laurie. The show has three Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Homeland

A Showtime series about a CIA officer risking her career and reputation against a former prisoner-of-war Marine. Stars Claire Danes, Damian Lewis, and Mandy Patinkin. The show has received one Globe win in one nomination in this category.

100/1
Hell on Wheels

An AMC series a former Confederate soldier who becomes involved in the construction of the First transcontinental Railroad. Stars Anson Mount and Colm Meaney. The show has no Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Grimm

An NBC series putting a new twist on the stories of the Brothers Grimm. Stars David Giuntoli and Russell Hornsby. The show has no Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Game of Thrones

An HBO fantasy epic series about the royal and aristocratic families in the mythical Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. Stars Peter Dinklage and Lena Headey. The show has received one Globe nomination in this category.

100/1
Elementary

A CBS series about an eccentric detective investigating crime in modern New York City, assisted by a former surgeon hired by his wealthy father to keep him sober. Stars Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
Downton Abbey

A PBS series set in England after the start of World War I focusing on the aristocratic Crawley family and their servants. Stars Michelle Dockery, Hugh Bonneville, and Maggie Smith. The show has one Globe win as a miniseries, but this is the first year eligible in this category.

100/1
Dexter

A Showtime series about a blood spatter expert for the Miami Police Department who is also a serial killer looking for murderers who got away. Stars Michael C. Hall. The show has three Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Damages

A DirecTV series about a bright law school graduate who becomes entangled with a hard-nosed litigator. Stars Glenn Close and Rose Byrne. The show has one Globe nomination in this category.

100/1
Dallas

A TNT series and sequel to the 1978 series where the sons of the original Ewing brothers continue the fight over Southfork and the family oil empire. Stars Josh Henderson, Jesse Metcalfe, and Larry Hagman. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
Copper

A BBC America series set in 1864 about an Irish-immigrant cop fights for justice in a poor neighborhood of New York City. Stars Tom Weston-Jones. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
Chicago Fire

An NBC series about the lives of the firefighters and paramedics working at a firehouse in Chicago. Stars Jesse Spencer. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1
Breaking Bad

An AMC series about a high school chemistry teacher diagnosed with terminal cancer who turns to manufacturing crystal meth to earn money for his family. Stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul. The show has no Globe nominations in this category.

100/1
Boss

A Starz series about the powerful mayor of Chicago who is hiding the fact he has a degenerative disease. Stars Kelsey Grammer. The show has received one Globe nomination in this category.

100/1
Boardwalk Empire

An HBO series focusing on gangsters, politicians, and bootleggers in Prohibition era Atlantic City. Stars Steve Buscemi and Kelly Macdonald. The show has one Globe win in two nominations in this category.

100/1
666 Park Avenue

An ABC series about an idealistic young couple, hired to manage a Manhattan apartment building, who discover that its sinister owner has entered into Faustian bargains with the residents. Stars Rachael Taylor, Dave Annable, Terry O'Quinn, and Vanessa Williams. This is the first year eligible at the Globes.

100/1

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