Trying to logically consider possible winners and losers for the Globes is even more difficult than it is for the Emmys... so let's try it, shall we?
Did we expect anything different? No, so let's do what we do best and complain! Here's what went wrong with this year's nominations.
The 2012 Emmy nominations will be announced Thursday; here's who we expect to make the cut.
People who watch TV for a living got together last night and made some pretty fantastic choices during their second annual shindig.
The NBC comedy earned six nominations; Breaking Bad and Mad Men trail with five apiece, and a whole lotta other deserving shows and actors get recognized.
Kelsey Grammer is back as Tom Kane, the deteriorating mayor of Chicago with a new staff, new problems, and a new enemy who wants him out.
Network TV might be sleeping off its regular-season hangover, but cable is preparing its keggerators for a summer rager, complete with brand new series and season premieres.
We'll continue to update this story as more renewals and cancellations announced, so be sure to bookmark this page and check back often for updates.
Plus: The Walking Dead, Amazing Race, and Maya Rudolph on SNL.
Modern Family also grabs multiple nods in a surprising lot of nominations apparently aimed at distinguishing itself from other award shows.
Plus: The Syfy Original Movie Snowmageddon and the season finale of Boardwalk Empire.
In this edition: Homeland, Once Upon a Time, American Horror Story, and more.
On our list this week: Happy Endings' Halloween episode, Boss's Kelsey Grammer, and South Park's Broadway tribute.
Plus: The Walking Dead, Syfy's Zombie Apocalypse, and the premiere of Fox's new animated comedy, Allen Gregory.
Plus: Damages adds Dharma, a Lost producer takes flight on Pan Am, and Boss's bosses are Starz's losses.