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October 14, 2015


Golden Globes 2010: Best TV Drama Series Odds

by Gary Susman, posted Dec 14th 2009 10:00AM
Don't expect a whole lot of drama in the race for Best Drama Series at the Golden Globes. It would surprise no one if last year's winner, 'Mad Men' (pictured, right) repeats as a nominee and even as the eventual winner. Last year's nominees all have a similarly good shot at being recognized again when the nominations are announced on Dec. 15.

The Front Runners: 'Dexter,' 'House,' 'In Treatment' and 'True Blood,' all nominated last year, have a strong likelihood of returning.

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Golden Globes 2010: Best TV Comedy Series Odds

by Gary Susman, posted Dec 13th 2009 3:00PM
30 RockCould there be some new blood in the Best Comedy Series race at the Golden Globes this year? Could this be the year that '30 Rock' (pictured, right) is finally dethroned? A lot of strong comedy newcomers this year could make that happen. Expect to see some fresh faces when the Globe nominations are announced on Dec. 15.

The Front Runners: Besides '30 Rock,' which won last year, the class of 2009 nominees -- 'The Office,' 'Californication,' 'Entourage' and 'Weeds' -- all have the inside track on a return to the Globes ceremony this year.

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Golden Globes: Best TV Actress Odds

by Gary Susman, posted Dec 11th 2009 7:00PM
TV is often considered a medium that's especially friendly to women, both in the audience and in front of the camera. (Certainly more so than the movies, which have been all but abandoned to teenage boys.)

This year, however, there didn't seem to be as many strong roles for women on TV's comedy and drama series. The Golden Globe TV races in the Best Actress categories are especially tight this year, and few newcomers will be jockeying with veterans for the five nominations in each category that will be announced on Dec. 15.

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TV Squad's picks for The Golden Globe Awards

by Keith McDuffee, posted Jan 10th 2008 3:18PM

Of all the award ceremonies on television, the Golden Globes is probably the only one I liked watching through to the end. When you mix the stars with a sit-down dinner with booze, some of them then having to make speeches -- what's not to like?

As if lack of a huge ceremony would stop us from chiming in with our own choices in the television categories. Continue on below to see some of our writers' thoughts on the nominees, their picks for winners and some polls for you to voice your own choices.

Feel free to click through all our predictions. To begin, just click "see our predictions," below.

Alternatively, click on the box for each award and read the posts in the order you choose. Enjoy!

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The Golden Globes: Best Television Series - Musical Or Comedy

by Richard Keller, posted Jan 10th 2007 2:30PM

The Cast of EntourageThe Golden Globes: the award season's equivalent to a Roman orgy (tastefully done, of course). No seat-holders, plenty of food and libations, and no cue-card written, inane banter between presenters. Most importantly the Globes only present awards to the actors, directors and writers and leave the accolades for best costuming, makeup, and gaffing to the Oscars.

What I like most about the Golden Globes, and subsequently the Screen Actors Guild and People's Choice Awards (the Wal-Mart of awards shows), is that they recognize both television and movies, which makes it interesting for fans of both types of media. If you're not a big movie fan then you don't have to wait too long to see who wins a television category. As I write for . . . ahem . . . TV Squad, my interests tend to lean in favor of the big video box. This is especially true when it comes to television comedies.

With that being said, my in-depth five-minute analysis of the nominees for best comedy can be found after the jump.

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