"Girls" won't be having any fun at this year's Critics' Choice Awards. Neither will zombies, Liz Lemon, or Don Draper.
The Broadcast Television Journalists Association announced their nominees for the Critics' Choice Awards, and the list is most notable for the shows and stars missing from it. The snubs include two of TV's biggest hits, as well as one awards darling.
One hit that did get a nomination: "Duck Dynasty," in the reality series category (though some would argue that it's such a funny show, it'd clean up in comedy too).
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Two new shows elbowed their way into the already-overcrowded drama space: FX's "The Americans," which landed in the best drama category, and Netflix's "House of Cards," which netted nods for Kevin Spacey and Corey Stoll.
But their inclusion means the absence of others. Let's look at some of the biggest shockers among the nominations:
1. "Girls" gone missing.
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