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“House of Cards,” “Veep” Nominated for Golden Globes, No Love for “Homeland”
Netflix and HBO scored big at this morning’s announcement but “Homeland” failed to pick up a single nomination. By Sophie Gilbert
No luck for Carrie this year. Photo courtesy of Showtime.
Comments () | Published December 12, 2013

Homeland, which won Golden Globe Awards for best actress in a television drama, best actor in a television drama, and best drama less than a year ago, failed to pick up a single nomination at this morning’s announcement. Not even Mandy Patinkin (or his resplendent facial hair) made the cut.

It was bad news for one Washington-set TV drama, but House of Cards and Veep both scored big, with House of Cards gaining nominations for best TV drama, best actor in a drama (Kevin Spacey), and best actress (Robin Wright). Julia-Louis Dreyfus, who’s won two Emmys so far for her performance as Selina Meyer in Veep, got her second Golden Globe nomination for the role.

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