Despite the show’s Emmy popularity, aside from a nod for star Alison Brie, the Netflix comedy didn’t garner any more love from voters.
After earning 3 nods in its Season 1 run, another year of nominations was expected from the all-star HBO series. However, Thandie Newton was the only cast member to be recognized and the show wasn’t even nominated!
Sterling K. Brown (This Is Us)
In recent years, Sterling K. Brown has become somewhat of a shoo-in for awards and considering his win at last year’s ceremony, it seemed like at least a nomination was guaranteed for the actor. Instead, the hit NBC show didn’t receive a single nomination in any category.
The Netflix limited series featured heavyweights like Emma Stone, Jonah Hill, Sally Field, and Justin Theroux, as well as a twisty and engaging story. But it wasn’t enough to earn the buzzed-about project a single nomination.
For its Season 1 run, Atlanta earned a top nomination for the show and star Donald Glover. This year, Glover got a nod but the show did not — a big surprise for the critical darling.
Netflix’s drama received a lot of love at the Emmys this year, but it wasn’t enough for the series to break the top categories. It only received a nod for star Jason Bateman.
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Rhea Seehorn & Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul)
Though the spinoff has never been a heavy-hitter at the Globes, it has consistently recognized the show’s lead, Bob Odenkirk. And considering the caliber of Season 4 and a strong performance from Rhea Seehorn, a nom for both stars would have been welcome. Unfortunately, the series was shown no love in any categories this year.
Robin Wright (House of Cards)
In the show’s final season, Robin Wright took over the reins admirably. And considering her past nominations it wouldn’t have been surprising to see her name on the nominations list. That wasn’t the case this time around.
The Handmaid’s Tale
Despite receiving nods for stars Elisabeth Moss and Yvonne Strahovski, The Handmaid’s Tale wasn’t bestowed the same honor in the category of Best Television Series – Drama.
Every year there's always a few shows that viewers don't feel get enough awards love and that feeling hasn't changed since the Golden Globes 2019 nominations were revealed December 6.
From roles that deserve recognition to shows that were too good to be shut-out, we're rounding up 9 of the biggest snubs of the season at this year's Globes. Between This Is Us, Westworld, Atlanta, Better Call Saul and Maniac, there was no shortage of disappointments for these beloved series.
Above, click through the images in the gallery to learn about the ways in which these shows lost out despite a good run in 2018.