The 2005 Golden Globe Nominations were announced this morning in Los Angeles and, sadly, Scrubs is nowhere to be found. Ditto Carnivale. Or Gilmore Girls. (OK, that's not completely true: Scrubs did land a long-overdue nod for leading man Zach Braff. Hooray!) Not surprisingly, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association instead focused their attention on ABC's red-hot Desperate Housewives. The freshman dramedy snagged a leading five nominations, including best comedy series, best comedy actress for Marcia Cross, Teri Hatcher and Felicity Huffman, and best supporting actress for Nicollette Sheridan. (Eva Longoria will have to settle for that trophy she calls a lawn boy.) Joining Housewives in the best comedy category was Fox's Arrested Development, HBO's Entourage and Sex and the City, and NBC's Will & Grace. ABC's Lost nabbed a nod for best drama series, where it will face off against Fox's 24, FX's Nip/Tuck and HBO's Deadwood and The Sopranos. Elsewhere, Christine Lahti scored a surprise lead actress nod for the WB's struggling Jack and Bobby, Nip/Tuck's Julian McMahon and Joely Richardson were singled out but not costar Dylan Walsh, and the entire cast of Arrested Development was snubbed with the exception of Jason Bateman. Oh, and some actress from Law & Order: SVU got nominated. What's her name? Um... I know this... Oh, right Mariska Freakin' Hargitay! Hooray! For a list of the nominees, click here.
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