Nominations for the 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards, to be held Jan. 15, 2007, were announced Thursday morning in Beverly Hills. Powered by Grey's Anatomy and Desperate Housewives, ABC (with 11 nods) edged out NBC (9) to lead the TV pack, while Babel had the most movie kudos, netting seven noms. The big theme this year, though, is multiple nod-gasms, as Helen Mirren, Leonardo DiCaprio, Clint Eastwood and Toni Collette were among those earning two or more mentions. Reactions from some of this year's biggest nominees can be found here, in TVGuide.com's Interviews & Features column.

I herewith apologize in advance to your poor little mouse scroll-wheels. Here now, the contenders from TV:

TV Series, Drama
24, Big Love, Grey's Anatomy, Heroes, Lost

TV Series, Comedy
Desperate Housewives, Entourage, The Office, Ugly Betty, Weeds

Lead Actor, TV Drama
Patrick Dempsey ( Grey's Anatomy), Michael C. Hall ( Dexter), Hugh Laurie ( House), Bill Paxton ( Big Love), Kiefer Sutherland ( 24)

Lead Actress, TV Drama
Patricia Arquette ( Medium), Edie Falco ( The Sopranos), Evangeline Lilly ( Lost), Ellen Pompeo ( Grey's), Kyra Sedgwick ( The Closer)

Lead Actor, TV Comedy/Musical (aka "Must-Nominate TV")
Alec Baldwin ( 30 Rock), Zach Braff ( Scrubs), Steve Carell ( The Office), Jason Lee ( My Name Is Earl), Tony Shalhoub ( Monk)

Lead Actress, TV Comedy/Musical
Marcia Cross ( Housewives), TV Guide cover girl America Ferrera ( Ugly Betty), Felicity Huffman ( Housewives), Julia Louis-Dreyfus ( The New Adventures of Old Christine), Mary-Louis Parker ( Weeds)

Best Actor, Miniseries or TV-movie
Andre Braugher ( Thief), Robert Duvall ( Broken Trail), Michael Ealy ( Sleeper Cell: American Terror), Chiwetel Ejiofor ( Tsunami, the Aftermath), Ben Kingsley ( Mrs. Harris), Bill Nighy ( Gideon's Daughter), Matthew Perry ( The Ron Clark Story)

Best Actress, Miniseries or TV-movie
Gillian Anderson ( Bleak House), Annette Bening ( Mrs. Harris), Helen Mirren ( Elizabeth I), Helen Mirren ( Prime Suspect: The Final Act), Sophie Okonedo ( Tsunami)

Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or TV-movie
Thomas Haden Church ( Broken Trail), Jeremy Irons ( Elizabeth I), Justin Kirk ( Weeds), Masi Oka ( Heroes), Jeremy Piven ( Entourage)

Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries or TV-movie
Emily Blunt ( Gideon's Daughter), Toni Collette ( Tsunami), Katherine Heigl ( Grey's Anatomy), Sarah Paulson ( Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip), Elizabeth Perkins ( Weeds)

Best Miniseries or TV-movie
Bleak House, Broken Trail, Elizabeth I, Mrs. Harris, Prime Suspect: The Final Act

And the film nods:

Best Drama
Babel, Bobby, Little Children, The Queen, The Departed

Best Comedy/Musical
Borat, The Devil Wears Prada, Dreamgirls, Little Miss Sunshine, Thank You for Smoking

Best Director
Clint Eastwood (two nominations, for Flags of Our Fathers and Letters from Iwo Jima, which I now understand is not a sequel to Postcards from the Edge), Stephen Frears ( The Queen), Alejandro González Iñárritu ( Babel), Martin Scorsese ( The Departed)

Lead Actor, Drama
Leonardo DiCaprio (two nominations, for The Departed and Blood Diamond), Peter O'Toole ( Venus), Will Smith ( The Pursuit of Happyness), Forest Whitaker ( The Last King of Scotland)

Lead Actress, Drama
Penelope Cruz ( Volver), Judi Dench ( Notes on a Scandal), Maggie Gyllenhaal ( Sherrybaby), Helen Mirren ( The Queen), Kate Winslet ( Little Children)

Lead Actor, Comedy
Sacha Baron Cohen ( Borat), Johnny Depp ( Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Man's Chest), Aaron Eckhart ( Thank You for Smoking), Will Ferrell ( Stranger than Fiction), Chiwetel Ejiofor ( Kinky Boots)

Lead Actress, Comedy
Annette Bening ( Running with Scissors), Toni Collette ( Little Miss Sunshine), Beyoncé Knowles ( Dreamgirls), Meryl Streep ( The Devil Wears Prada), Renée Zellweger ( Miss Potter)

Supporting Actor
Ben Affleck ( Hollywoodland), Eddie Murphy ( Dreamgirls), Jack Nicholson ( The Departed), Brad Pitt ( Babel), Mark Wahlberg ( The Departed)

Supporting Actress
Adriana Barraza ( Babel), Cate Blanchett ( Notes on a Scandal), Emily Blunt ( The Devil Wears Prada), Jennifer Hudson ( Dreamgirls), Kikuchi Rinko ( Babel)

Screenplay
Babel, Little Children, Notes on a Scandal, The Departed, The Queen

Original Score
The Painted Veil, The Fountain, Babel, Nomad, The Da Vinci Code

Original Song
"A Father's Way" ( The Pursuit of Happyness), "Listen" ( Dreamgirls), "Never Gonna Break My Faith" ( Bobby), "The Song of the Heart" ( Happy Feet), "Try Not to Remember" ( Home of the Brave)

Foreign Language Film
Apocalypto (USA), Letters from Iwo Jima (USA/Japan), The Lives of Others (Germany), Pan's Labyrinth (Mexico), Volver (Spain)

Animated Film
Cars, Happy Feet, Monster House