Shocking Golden Globes (TV) snubs: 'Homeland,' 'The Crazy Ones,' ...

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Dec 12 2013 06:00 am
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The Golden Globe nominations for TV shows and performers went mostly as we predicted. (Read the full recap here.)

However, as always, there were a few headscratchers which meant some of the strongest contenders were left out in the cold. 

Topping that list of omissions is reigning Drama Series champ "Homeland" as well as its two stars -- two-time Drama Actress winner Claire Danes and last year's Drama Actor Damian Lewis.

Also MIA is "Game of Thrones," which reaped two SAG Awards nominations while two new Netflix series -- "Arrested Development" and "Orange is the New Black" -- reaped only performance bids.

Among new laffers, "The Crazy Ones" may be a hit for CBS, but it was a miss for Globe voters. 

Below, the lists of those programs and performers who won't be in the running on Jan. 12 for the 71st annual edition of these kudos. 

NOT NOMINATED: TV Drama Series
"Game of Thrones"
"Homeland"
"Mad Men"
"Orange is the New Black"
"Scandal"

NOT NOMINATED: TV Drama Actor
Jeff Daniels, "The Newsroom"
Jon Hamm, "Mad Men"
Freddie Highmore, "Bates Motel"
Damian Lewis, "Homeland"
Matthew Rhys, "The Americans"

NOT NOMINATED: TV Drama Actress
Claire Danes, "Homeland"
Michelle Dockery, "Downton Abbey"
Vera Farmiga, "Bates Motel"
Keri Russell, "The Americans"

NOT NOMINATED: TV Comedy Series
"Arrested Development"
"The Crazy Ones"
"Glee"
"New Girl"
"Veep"

NOT NOMINATED: TV Comedy Actor
Andre Braugher, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"
Ricky Gervais, "Derek"
Jake Johnson, "New Girl"
Robin Williams, "The Crazy Ones"

NOT NOMINATED: TV Comedy Actress
Laura Dern, "Enlightened"
Anna Faris, "Mom"
Sarah Michelle Gellar, "The Crazy Ones"
Melissa McCarthy, Mike & Molly"

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Oscars: Get Naked = Win

Kate Winslet, 'The Reader' (Best Actress, 2008)
Julie Christie, 'Darling' (Best Actress, 1965)
Glenda Jackson, 'Women in Love' (Best Actress, 1970)
Jane Fonda, 'Klute' (Best Actress, 1971)
Jack Lemmon, 'Save the Tiger' (Best Actor, 1970)
Lee Grant, 'Shampoo' (Best Supporting Actress, 1975)
Faye Dunaway, 'Network' (Best Actress, 1976)
Jon Voight and Jane Fonda, 'Coming Home' (Best Actor and Actress, 1978)
Maggie Smith, 'California Suite' (Best Supporting Actress, 1978)
Mary Steenburgen, 'Melvin and Howard' (Best Supporting Actress, 1980)
Marlee Matlin, 'Children of a Lesser God' (Best Actress, 1986)
Jodie Foster, 'The Accused' (Best Actress, 1988)
Holly Hunter, 'The Piano' (Best Actress, 1993)
Jessica Lange, 'Blue Sky' (Best Actress, 1994)
Cuba Gooding, Jr., 'Jerry Maguire' (Best Supporting Actor, 1996)
Juliette Binoche, 'The English Patient' (Best Supporting Actress, 1996)
Helen Hunt, 'As Good As It Gets' (Best Actress, 1997)
Gwyneth Paltrow, 'Shakespeare in Love' (Best Actress, 1998)
Kevin Spacey, 'American Beauty' (Best Actor, 1999)
Hilary Swank, 'Boys Dont Cry' (Best Actress, 1999)
Halle Berry, 'Monsters Ball' (Best Actress, 2001)
Chris Cooper, 'Adaptation' (Best Supporting Actor, 2002)
Charlize Theron, 'Monster' (Best Actress, 2003)
Rachel Weisz, 'The Constant Gardener' (Best Supporting Actress, 2005)
Kate Winslet, 'The Reader' (Best Actress, 2008)

Not too many years ago, if stars did a nude scene in movies or magazines, they were barred from serious feature films. Nowadays baring all can get them a date with Hollywood's Naked Golden Boy.  Let's look back at 24 Oscar-winning performances that involved some degree of nudity.

After five failed nominations, Kate Winslet finally won an Oscar for extensive nude scenes in "The Reader" while she frolicked with a teenager lover.

Click arrow on right side of photo above to see other stars who stripped down for Oscar.

Text – Charles Bright

 
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