Breaking Bad just finished its five-year run, and as one of the most popular television shows of all time, it is no wonder that the show received all of the television nominations that it could get at the Golden Globe Awards. The fan favorite aired on AMC, and it is the only show from the channel that also includes hit shows The Wakling Dead and Mad Men, to get a nomination.
The Golden Globes have several surprises in terms of shows that are nominated this year, although everyone knew that Breaking Bad would come up big when the Golden Globe nominations were announced. Breaking Bad was very popular in its final season especially, after all of its fans were able to catch up, and had one of the best series finales in history.
The nominations were announced this morning for the show that honors the top performers in both film and television. The full list of nominees can be seen here, with Breaking Bad leading the pack, along with The Big Bang Theory, and the Netflix original, House Of Cards.
— Sony Pictures (@SonyPictures) December 12, 2013
Also, seems like Golden Globes are easily set up for #BreakingBad to win best series, and Bryan Cranston & Aaron Paul to win acting globes.
— Dan Sostek (@dan_sostek) December 12, 2013
With the success of House Of Cards, among others, Neflix was able to earn six nominations for this year's award show, second to only HBO, which tends to dominated TV cateogries.
Breaking Bad also came away with similar results when it came to the nominations at the SAG Awards, which were released yesterday. 30 Rock is also a big contender this year, despite only airing a few of its episode this year.
In terms of films at this year's Golden Globes, American Hustle and 12 Years A Slave will be leading the way with seven nominations each.
Breaking Bad features an outstanding cast that was also nominated for the Best Ensemble category in the SAG Awards, and the show received Golden Globe nominations for Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, and Best Television Series-Drama. Coming off of the success of Breaking Bad, Aaron Paul also recently got a new gig accompanying a talking horse in an animated Netflix original show called BoJack Horseman.
Best TV Series Drama: Will Win: Breaking Bad, Should Win: Breaking Bad, Dark Horse: House of Cards. #GoldenGlobes
— Lauren Wannermeyer (@colormelauren) December 12, 2013
The HFPA gets criticised but their TV nominations are great: Top Of The Lake, Breaking Bad, Veep, House Of Cards, Girls etc. #GoldenGlobes
— boydhilton (@boydhilton) December 12, 2013
While it is nominated for everything else, the surprising snub for the show is the fact that Anna Gunn, who played Skylar White, was not nominated for her performance. One of the other biggest snubs is certainly completely leaving out both HBO hit Game of Thrones and Showtime's Homeland.
It is no surprise that Breaking Bad has snagged more nominations than other television show after becoming Netflix's most popular show, being ranked far ahead of its original shows House Of Cards, and Orange Is The New Black, which was surprisingly left out of the Golden Globes ceremony in the Best Television Series-Drama category.
Breaking Bad leads the pack of television shows, in a very competitive year that saw Netflix change the way people watch television more than before with its own original shows. Tune in on Sunday, January 12th in order to see who will win.
So the golden globes are out... please tell me that @BreakingBad_AMC was nominated for everything.. otherwise they are a sham! OY!
— yenta (@sportsyenta) December 12, 2013
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