Lady Gaga gets two Golden Globe nominations in wave of queer triumphs

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WATCH ABOVE for our breakdown as showbiz sultans Mark Daniell and Jane Stevenson give us their hot take on the ceremony that will be co-hosted by Canuck Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg. A Star Is Born reeled in an impressive five nominations: Best Motion Picture - Drama, Best Director for Bradley Cooper, Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama for Lady Gaga, Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama for Cooper, and Best Original Song for Gaga and Cooper's "Shallow".

Actor, Musical or Comedy: Sacha Baron Cohen, Who Is America; Jim Carrey Kidding; Michael Douglas, The Kominsky Method; Donald Glover, Atlanta; Bill Hader, Barry.

The HFPA displayed their preference for worldwide fare with nominations for the sleek and witty BBC America series "Killing Eve".

While it is unclear if Samberg may be nominated in the Best Actor - Television Series Musical or Comedy category, many have speculated that Oh could be nominated for her work on Killing Eve.

Not a single female director was honored Thursday with a nomination by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for its 76th Golden Globe nominations, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Though Elisabeth Moss picked up a nomination in the latter category this time around, the show was shut out of the best drama category.

Damien Chazelle's Neil Armstrong biopic First Man, which has seen its awards hope wane in recent weeks, failed to liftoff, scoring neither a best film nod, nor one for Ryan Gosling's leading performance.

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TNT received surprise nominations for the boring "The Alienist" - for limited series and for its star, the German actor Daniel Brühl.

"A Quiet Place": When it came out in April, John Krasinski's "A Quiet Place" began to generate awards season buzz.

Actress, Supporting Role, Limited Series or Movie Made for Television: Alex Borstein, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"; Patricia Clarkson, "Sharp Objects"; Penelope Cruz, "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story"; Thandie Newton, "Westworld"; Yvonne Strahovski, "The Handmaid's Tale".

Bob Odenkirk: For the first time in four years, the "Better Call Saul" actor was not nominated in the best dramatic actor category. It's a lot, I know, there is SO much television. Its own Golden Age has passed and now seems quaintly irrelevant.

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