This freshman comedy from director Jason Reitman marks the first time a Hulu series has been nominated for a Golden Globe.
Michael B. Jordan and Ryan Coogler both failed to get a nomination, while the film did not get a nomination for Best Drama despite being a critical and box office success. But Sylvester Stallone did get nominated for Best Supporting Actor-Drama
SURPRISE: "Mozart in the Jungle"
The new Amazon dramady set in a fictional New York symphony orchestra secured two nominations (Best TV Comedy and Best Actor in a Comedy Series) despite the fact that the show has not generated as much buzz as Amazon's other major series, "Transparent."
SNUB: "Mad Men"
While Jon Hamm got nominated, the final season of AMC's "Mad Men" failed to secure any other nominations for the Golden Globes
SNUB: "Straight Outta Compton"
Universal's NWA biopic failed to get any nominations, despite a strong cast of young actors and major critical and box office success
Lady Gaga secured the only acting nomination for Ryan Murphy's FX anthology series, "American Horror Story: Hotel." Her appearance on the show as The Countess marks her first major acting role in a television series
SURPRISE: Rachel Bloom
Rachel Bloom, star of CW's "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," got a nomination for Best Actress in a Comedy series, despite the show's low ratings
Veteran actor Benicio and Oscar winner Benicio Del Toro did not get a nomination for his portrayal of drug enforcement agent Alejandro in critically acclaimed thriller "Sicario"
SNUB: "The Walk"
Joseph Gordon-Levitt's biopic of high-wire artist Philippe Petit and his walk between the World Trade Center tower failed to secure any nominations despite being pegged as an early Best Picture contender