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NEW YORK (AP) — HBO and Showtime are dominating the list of television nominees for Golden Globe awards.
HBO programs and actors were responsible for 15 nominations, with two-thirds of them in the movie or miniseries category. Three HBO productions — "The Normal Heart," ''Olive Kitteridge" and "True Detective" — were among the five nominees for best miniseries or TV movie. The others were "Fargo" on FX, and "The Missing," on Starz.
Eight of Showtime's nine nominations were for programs or actors in series. But there were no nominations for Showtime's "Masters of Sex," even though lead actress Lizzy Caplan was nominated for an Emmy this year.
"Fargo" was the individual program with the most nominations, earning five.
ABC's groundbreaking "Modern Family," on a five-year Emmy Award winning streak for best comedy, was another Golden Globe shutout victim.
FX received eight nominations and Netflix seven — both more than the three largest commercial broadcasters -- ABC, CBS and NBC -- received combined.
160-a-12-(Kate Beckinsale, actress, announcing Golden Globe Awards nominations)-"True Detective HBO"-Actress Kate Beckinsale announces the Golden Globes nominees for best TV miniseries or movie. COURTESY: Hollywood Foreign Press Association and Dick Clark Productions, Inc. (11 Dec 2014)
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163-a-14-(Peter Krause, actor, announcing Golden Globe Awards nominations)-"Bob Thornton Fargo"-Actor Peter Krause announces the Golden Globes nominees for best actor in a TV miniseries or movie. COURTESY: Hollywood Foreign Press Association and Dick Clark Productions, Inc. (11 Dec 2014)
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APPHOTO NYET388: In this image released by Showtime, William H. Macy portrays Frank Gallagher in "Shameless." Macy was nominated for a Golden Globe for best actor in a comedy series for his role on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014. The 72nd annual Golden Globe awards will air on NBC on Sunday, Jan. 11. (AP Photo/Showtime, Chuck Hodes) (13 Feb 2014)
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APPHOTO NYET383: In this image released by FX, Colin Hanks portrays Gus Grimly in a scene from "Fargo." Hanks was nominated for a Golden Globe for best supporting actor in a series or mini-series for his role on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014. The 72nd annual Golden Globe awards will air on NBC on Sunday, Jan. 11. (AP Photo/FX, Chris Large) (28 Jan 2014)
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