Golden Globes nominations were announced Thursday morning, and where the Screen Actors Guild awards snubbed, the Globes did not.
"Selma" — the movie scored four noms: best director, best actor, best song and best motion picture — drama.
Also nominated for best drama are "Foxcatcher," "The Imitation Game," "Boyhood" and "The Theory of Everything."
Another "wow" factor with the best TV comedy category — big love for new shows. Or virgins. The CW's "Jane the Virgin" got two noms.
Netflix's "Orange is the New Black" got three, and Amazon's "Transparent" had two.
And newcomer "Silicon Valley" from HBO along with its longtime critical favorite "Girls" are up for the award.
Though notably Viola Davis scored for ...
And Showtime's newcomer "The Affair" got three nods, including one for Ruth Wilson.
Back to movies, the list of best actress in a motion picture — drama nominations looked exactly the same as the Screen Actors Guild Award list Wednesday: Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Felicity Jones, Julianne Moore and Rosamund Pike.
Then again, the best supporting actor category for the Globes was the same as SAGs too — but the "supporting" race is typically not as tight. Because the Globes divide by drama and comedy/musical, there's more wiggle room to get a nod. Bill Murray is up for best Actor in a comedy/musical for "St. Vincent," and the flick's up for best picture. Who's ready for a Murray acceptance speech?
And we're going deeper "Into the Woods" — Emily Blunt was nominated for leading role and the movie got a best picture comedy/musical nom. Meryl Streep was nominated for best supporting.
Ultimately the awards season frontrunners were confirmed Thursday. Leading the pack in overall nominations for the Globes was "Birdman" with seven, followed by "Boyhood" and "The Imitation Game" with five each. The Golden Globes air Jan. 11, and Newsy will be watching.