The nominations for the Golden Globes 2019 are out and of course, they have given rise to some disappointment,…
Like every year, the Golden Globes sacreront series and movies that have marked the year on the small and big screens. And like every year, we can’t help but be frustrated at the lack of appointments of some of the series that would have deserved a hug. This is the series in its entirety or its actresses and actors, here are a few names that we would have liked to find in the various categories this year.
Sterling K. Brown (Randall) and Chrissy Metz (Kate) This Is Us
Even if the new season of This Is Us is not as powerful as the previous two, we can’t deny the performance of Sterling K. Brown and Chrissy Metz who embody Randall and Kate. Touching, funny, or annoying, they give life to the Pearson and deserve to be rewarded.
The Handmaid”s Tale and Anne Dowd (Aunt Lydia)
The new season of The Handmaid”s Tale turned out to be just as terrifying as the previous one, with a dive deeper into the world of Gilead. Between the relationship of June and Serena, the glimpse of the outside world or the pregnancy of June, these are not the important events that were missed. And if Elisabeth Moss and Yvonne Strahovski have all been named to the Golden Globes, we regret that it is not also the case for Ann Dowd.
Probably one of the best innovations of recent years. Of course, Donald Glover has been nominated for his role in the series, but this last one deserved it widely also.
Betty Gilpin in GLOW
A real go-getter
Alison Brie has been named but not his co-star Betty Gilpin, and it is a shame. The two actresses have offered a performance-notch, but Betty Gilpin was a particular highlight with a complex character, and interpreted to perfection.
Bob Odenkirk (Jimmy) and Rhea Seehorn (as Kim) on Better Call Saul
Indeed it is !
Who would have thought that one day the famous Saul Goodman could move us ? And yet, it has been several seasons that Bob Odenkirk shows us new facets of Jimmy McGill , and for that he deserves a nomination. The same goes for the talented Rhea Seehorn, who has become a true pillar of the series.
The Haunting of Hill House
Big blow of heart
Series blow of heart for many fans, The Haunting of Hill House has the misfortune to stand out in a genre that is little appreciated at the Golden Globes. Yet these are not the qualities that are lacking in the series to Netflix, which has managed to combine thrills and emotions like few others have done before it.
Issa Rae (Issa) in Insecure
No appointment for Insecure or its actresses lead, Issa Rae and Yvonne Orji. There’s no justice.
Jodie Comer in Killing Eve
Our psycho favorite
Fortunately, the fabulous Sandra Oh was entitled to his appointment, just as the series itself. But we do not forget that Jodie Comer is bluffing in his role of a killer psychopath and that it also deserves a bit of recognition at the Golden Globes.
Sorry for Your Loss , and Elizabeth Olsen (Leigh)
Touching, intense, moving, and just… there are both too many words and not enough to describe Sorry for Your Loss, the series Facebook which has staged a Elizabeth Olsen more brilliant than ever. And since the Golden Globes are reluctant to talk about it, we recommend it warmly.