Thursday morning's Golden Globe nominations contained the usual assortment of snubs and flubs. Here's a glance at some of the most egregious on the TV side of things:
"Mad Men" -- The AMC period piece is TV's most honored and acclaimed drama of the past five years, but was inexplicably left out of the running this year, despite having what some deemed its finest season. Meanwhile, HBO's "The Newsroom," which drew wrath from critics everywhere during its first season, was invited to the party.
"Game of Thrones" (and actor Peter Dinklage) -- The HBO fantasy epic was nominated for best drama last year and Dinklage actually won the supporting actor trophy. Neither was nominated this year, despite arguably having a better second season.
"Sons of Anarchy" -- The show, and its perennially overlooked cast, were left out of the running again.
"The Walking Dead"/"American Horror Story" -- Apparently, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association just isn't into zombies ... or really scary nuns.
"Louie" -- One of TV's freshest, most offbeat and inventive comedies continues to get no love from the Globes (or Emmy).
Aaron Paul -- The standout supporting actor from "Breaking Bad" just recently won his second Emmy, but he gets dissed by the Globes. Go figure.
"New Girl" -- Nominated last year, shunned this year.