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Will & Grace Is Now 0 for 29 at the Golden Globes

The losing streak continues

Liz Raftery

Will & Graceextended its losing streak at the Golden Globe Awards Sunday. The NBC comedy, which was rebooted this year, is now 0 for 29 at the awards show.

Will & Grace had two chances to put an end to the trend at this year's ceremony: It was nominated for Best TV Comedy, and star Eric McCormack was nominated for Best Actor in a TV Comedy. But Amazon's The Marvelous Mrs. Maiselwalked away with the Best Comedy award, and McCormack lost out to surprise winner Aziz Ansari from Master of None.

Noting that all the websites (including, ahem, this one) said he was going to lose, Ansari was visibly stunned by his victory and didn't have acceptance remarks prepared.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel was a more predictable winner, going 2-2 in the Comedy Series category and Best Actress in a TV Comedy for its star, Rachel Rachel Brosnahan.

As for Will & Grace, the revival has already been renewed for a second season, so... better luck next year!