The 2013 Golden Globe nominees are in— but there was one famous show creator/producer whose hits were all left off of the list!
Ryan Murphy, the mastermind behind Glee, American Horror Story and The New Normal among others, was shockingly snubbed for any awards. For whatever reason, Mr. Murphy has never received a Golden Globe nomination for any of his smash shows, including his former hit drama series Nip/Tuck.
While The New Normal is still in it’s first season and its lack of a mention is understandable, Glee and American Horror Story have been highly acclaimed in the past, both having won Emmys and other prestigious awards. This time around, neither made the Golden Globe cut...yet again.
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While Glee failed to receive a nod in the Best Television Series for a Comedy or Musical category, The Big Bang Theory, Episodes, Girls, Modern Family and Smash all received nominations.
Most notably missing from the list was Ryan’s hit anthology series American Horror Story. The talked-about show was nowhere to be found among the Best Miniseries or Television Movie nominees, which included Game Change, The Girl, Hatfields & McCoys, The House and Political Animals.
And none of Ryan’s cast members received nods, either! However, Connie Britton, a former American Horror Story star and the current leading lady of NBC’s Nashville, did earn a mention for Best Actress in a Television Drama.
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