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TV guru Cynthia Littleton analyzes the Golden Globes TV noms

Golden Globe voters have shaken up the status quo, handing key noms to
newbie series including “Girls,” “The Newsroom,” “Nashville” and “Smash”
and leaving “Mad Men” out of the drama race for the first time since 2008.

AMC’s “Breaking Bad” earned its first-ever series noms
from Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. voters for its much-praised fifth
season. …


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