The Golden Globe nominations came out yesterday and FX's legal thriller "Damages" got four nominations, the most for any television show. It's up for Best Drama, Best Actress (Glenn Close), Best Supporting Actress (Rose Byrne), and Best Supporting Actor (Ted Danson). That's pretty good for a show that was almost canceled due to low ratings.
According to TV Guide Glenn Close had this to say:
"I am thrilled to be nominated and doubly thrilled that [the executive producers] and Ted [Danson] and Rose [Byrne] are nominated as well. Damages represents one of the best teams I've ever had the privilege of working with."
Now anyone that follows the crazy awards show season knows the Golden Globes are kind of like pretty curtains on a wall with no windows. Fun, but totally unnecessary. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the architect of the Golden Globes, is a shadowy organization of about ten guys from Canada who years ago got together one day in a bar and said, "Let's put on an awards show!"
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