The nominations for the 2015 Golden Globe Awards were unveiled today by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, and the FX production “Fargo” topped the list with five nods, edging out HBO’s “True Detective” with four.
Right behind with three nominations apiece are “The Affair,” “The Good Wife,” “House of Cards,” “The Normal Heart,” “Olive Kitteridge” and “Orange Is the New Black.”
HBO was comfortably on top among the TV networks with 15 nominations, beating out Showtime with nine and FX with eight. Streaming service Netflix continued its strong run in recent major awards with seven nominations.
The most nods for a broadcast network went to CBS with four, while Amazon Instant Video cracked into the major awards with two nominations, both for “Transparent.”
Along with “Fargo’s” nomination for best miniseries or motion picture made for TV, the FX show received four acting nods, including two in the same category, with both Martin Freeman and Billy Bob Thornton nominated for best actor in the miniseries or TV movie category. Allison Tolman is up for best actress in the category, while “Fargo’s” Colin Hanks received a nod for best TV supporting actor.
The awards will be presented Jan. 11, 2015, in a ceremony to be carried by NBC.
Please click here for the full list of nominees in the television and motion picture categories.