December 10, 2013 at 7:19 pm #306585
Post your thoughts and reactions to tomorrow’s nominations here.December 10, 2013 at 7:36 pm #306587
They’re probably going to be messy as shit, like they always are. I can’t wait!December 11, 2013 at 5:53 am #306589
Stunt Ensemble nominations
“Game of Thrones”
“The Walking Dead”December 11, 2013 at 6:05 am #306590
Mayim Bialik gets in for individual performance!
Arrested Development gets the SAG Ensemble nom (and Jason Bateman)!
Peter Dinklage gets back in.
Mad Men gets completely shut out.December 11, 2013 at 6:11 am #306591
OITNB completely snubbed.
Veep made it into comedy series while JLD made it into comedy actress.
BB finally got Anna Gunn into actress in a drama series.
GoT is back into drama series… no Damian Lewis nomination. Peter Dinklag from GoT is in instead.
Mayim Bialik makes it into comedy actress. AD surprisingly makes the comedy lineup..
Downton Abbey (WHYYY)
Game of Thrones
The Big Bang Theory
Jim ParsonsDecember 11, 2013 at 6:11 am #306592
Typical send my ass to sleep SAG nods.
STFU Clake Gregg. Kissing every nominated actor’s ass is not a cute look.
‘Orange’ expectedly couldn’t break through. Unless it’s on HBO, stars Oscars and/or Emmy winners or becomes immediate ratings juggarnauts a new show will get no love at the SAGs.December 11, 2013 at 6:14 am #306593
Shame about The Good Wife. Homeland in ensemble is a bit off. Well done though to the very deserving Anna Gunn and Mayim Bialik, and thank you SAG for recognising Arrersted Development. No Michael J Fox, Robin Williams, Laura Linney, Betty White. Odd. No Amy Poehler or Mad Men, I guess that was possible. Also a big well done to Veep, and GoT for such a big comeback.December 11, 2013 at 6:15 am #306594
Female Actor in a Drama Series is amazing this year. And Julianna Margulies has been finally dropped!
I didn’t expect actors to ever turn on “Mad Men”. I thought it would be here until the end. It certainly deserved an ensemble nomination more than “Homeland”.
They really like “Boardwalk Empire”.December 11, 2013 at 6:18 am #306595
Some of these nominations are quite bad. Mayim Bialik and Julie Bowen over Amy Poehler and Laura Dern, wtf?
Anyway, I’m pleased to see Anna Gunn sneak into the Female Actor in a Drama category. If they’re feeling sentimental about the end of Breaking Bad, she could even win.December 11, 2013 at 6:19 am #306596
In longform, I am amazed at the Parade’s End shutout. I kinda expected Linney not to show up here, as the SAG nominating committee never nominated her for this role. I suspected Angela Bassett might show up here, as they did nominate her here 11 years ago. But the JFK love amazes me, as, between Marsden’s performance in The Butler and Lowe’s shocking nod here for Killing Kennedy, JFK has to be to be the first male “character” to rack up 3 SAG nods. I think that Queen Elizabeth I still leads on the female side.
In comedy, I am thrilled that Mayim Bialik finally made the cut and that the cartoonish performances of Vergara and White finally fell by the wayside, as I never thought they would. Glee is finally gone from ensemble and The Office missed out on one last nod there, but it’s all worth it so that Veep could finally break through. I hope that Hale and Chlumsky can get in next year. My main disappointment is no Poehler after last year’s breakthrough.
And in drama, the Mad Men shutout is truly astounding, especially when the Boardwalk Empire love continues this year. Maybe this will encourage more support for Moss in movie/mini actress. And too bad The Good Wife couldn’t come back and Margulies got dropped when they have done such storng work this year. But Dinklage and Gunn both get in! Whomever was on the nominating committee this year really did well getting recognition for supporting performances when so often they are overlooked in these combined categories.December 11, 2013 at 6:20 am #306597
Game of Thrones –> back into drama series after being snubbed last year. Peter Dinklage also breaks into male actor.
Veep –> cracks the comedy series lineup. JLD is finally nominated from SAG for playing Selina Meyers.
Breaking Bad –> keeps its past nominations, but adds Anna Gunn
The Big Bang Theory –> keeps its past nominations, but adds Mayim Bialik
Arrested Development –> surprise comedy series nod. Jason Bateman expectedly makes it in…
Homeland –> still nominated for drama series and Claire Danes, but lost Damian Lewis
Modern Family –> still nominated for comedy series, but only got Bowen and Burrell recognized.
Orange Is The New Black –> Zero nominations.
Mad Men –> Zero nominations.
Glee –> FINALLY OUT OF THE COMEDY SERIES LINEUP.
Parks and Rec –> Zero nominations
The Good Wife –> Zero nominationsDecember 11, 2013 at 6:20 am #306598
I hate there was no Jon Hamm or Julianna Margulies or Amy Poehler. Really hate no Good Wife in ensemble. Drop those Downton folks. But SAGs are a creature of habit. So much so, I thought they’d leave off Kerry Washington. I’m glad this is the last year of 30 Rock so Alec can FINALLY stop winning.December 11, 2013 at 6:21 am #306599
No Michael J. Fox or Robin Williams pretty much locks up Alec Baldwin’s 8th win (unless maybe Jim Parsons upsets).
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