If there's one thing we can count on from the Golden Globes, it's that the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will never fail to be simultaneously great and frustrating. Such was the case with its nominations for the 70th annual show. Smash — yes, Smash — managed a series nod, while Mad Men is nowhere to be seen. But those weren't the only shockers Thursday morning.
Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin
Freshman series dominated Thursday's Golden Globe nominations, as Nashville, The Newsroom, Smash, Veep and Girls all scored nods, while former three-time drama series champ Mad Men was unceremoniously dropped.
After four straight nominations and three wins, Mad Men was eschewed in favor of ...
Matt Smith, My Little Pony, Andrew Lincoln
TVGuide.com users are a passionate bunch, so it came as no surprise that the race for TV's best fans was tight. But after several weeks and more than 115,000 votes in our Best TV Fans contest, the results are in and the winner might surprise you.
Claire Danes and Damian Lewis
A year after getting snubbed, Homeland nabbed three Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations Wednesday, including drama ensemble.
The Showtime drama's cast will be up against ...
Claire Danes, Louis C.K.
Homeland and Louie are among AFI's top ten TV shows of 2012, the organization announced Monday, along with its top 10 films of the year.
Other TV series honorees included...
Breaking Bad topped the Writers Guild Award nominations, scoring five nods, including for Best Drama Series, while Modern Family followed close behind with four nominations.
But the returning vets weren't the only shows to get good news...
AMC has ordered two new drama pilots from the producers behind Nikita and Breaking Bad, the network announced Tuesday.
Set in the 1980s, Halt & Catch Fire follows...
NBC is not returning to The Farm.
The network has passed on the potential Office spin-off, according to star Rainn Wilson.
"Farm Update: NBC has...
Ray Romano, Betsy Brandt
Ex marks the spot for Breaking Bad's Betsy Brandt, who has been cast as the former wife of Hank Rizzoli (Ray Romano) on Parenthood, TVGuide.com has learned.
Mark Margolis, who was nominated for an Emmy for his turn as wheelchair-bound, bell-dinging Hector "Tio" Salamanca on Breaking Bad, is joining the cast of another cable drama: American Horror Story: Asylum.