Broadcast TV Is a Big Loser in Golden Globes nominations

Norman Weiss
TV Tattle

Broadcast TV is a big loser in Golden Globes nominations

Empire was the only network show nominated this morning in either the Comedy or Drama Series categories, while shows on streaming services took up five nominations total in both categories. That meant the snubbing of critically acclaimed network shows like Black-ish and The Good Wife. PLUS: Streaming is king among this year’s nominations, here are 47 of the most egregious snubs, how Lady Gaga screamed in reaction to her first Globes nomination, Netflix is No. 1 with the most nominations, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s Rachel Bloom considers her nomination a victory, check out more nominee reactions, nearly all the best drama nominees premiered within the past two years and are not prestige dramas, and the Globes nominations prove that TV comedy is ruled by the Internet.


Golden Globes Twitter account mistakes America Ferrera for Gina Rodriguez

America Ferrera was up on stage at this morning’s Globes nomination announcement, but the Globes’ Twitter kept calling her @HereisGina. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association later apologized, calling the mistake "an unfortunate error."


Grace And Frankie is getting a 3rd season

The Netflix comedy has yet to premiere its second season, but it’s been given an "unofficial green light” for Season 3, according to Deadline.


Michelle Obama films a rap music video with SNL’s Jay Pharoah

Check out their rap video "Go to College."


Comedy Central renews Nathan For You for Season 4

Nathan Fielder wraps his third season tonight with an extended episode.


Hamilton meets Jeopardy!

Lin-Manuel Miranda presented a category on last night’s episode from the stage of his hit Broadway musical.


South Park embraces the healing power of guns

The Comedy Central series saved its smartest episode to end its smartest season.


John Madden undergoes successful open heart surgery

The former NBC, ABC, CBS and Fox NFL analyst, who’s now 79, is "expected to fully recover,” says NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.


Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard spoof Kim and Kanye

Watch one of their sketches from Fox's Taraji and Terrence’s White Hot Holidays special.


Will Ferrell wears an ugly Christmas sweater to accompany Billy on the Street

“Who is the best in the movie Elf?"


Conan O’Brien claims there’s no difference between Castle and Bones

Conan also took shots at Empire and NCIS in his “What Conan’s Watching” segment.


Did Stephen Colbert try to ruin Downton Abbey by having its stars perform a scene with American accents?

Last night’s Michelle Dockery, Hugh Bonneville and Allen Leech reading seemed like sabotage.


Jeff Probst promises a “phenomenal,” “historic,” “unpredictable” Survivor season finale

"I think it will cap off, in grand fashion, what most fans will regard as one of—if not THE greatest season of Survivor,” says Probst.


Amy Poehler and Jimmy Fallon couldn’t keep straight faces while playing Truth or Truth

The SNL alums also cracked each other up filming network promos.


Chris Hemsworth tries some “Extreme SNL Skating”

Watch as Hemsworth and Kyle Mooney skateboard through the halls of 30 Rock. PLUS: Leslie Jones speaks Australian.