The Golden Globe nominations were announced this morning. Finally, Tatiana Maslany gets her due (but Brooklyn Nine-Nine over Veep? C'mon, now).

Netflix's new animated series includes voices from Aaron Paul and Will Arnett.

Take a look at Comedy Centrals winter schedule. PLUS: Check out a clip from Broad City.

I like Ellen's approach to denying tabloid rumors.

Interesting casting: Jason Segal will play David Foster Wallace (I'm optimistic) in a sort-of biopic about the late author.

I don't think Mindy Kaling has ever been shy about revealing her show is heavily influenced by When Harry Met Sally (and other great rom-coms).

I could not be more excited about this issue of Entertainment Weekly, guest-edited by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.

Portlandia is returning in February.

The trailer for Doctor Who's Christmas special is here:

Watching this video from Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele will exponentially improve your morning.

Kelly Clarkson will guest star as herself on Nashville this season.

Danielle Brooks: Breakout Star of 2013.

Somehow this is relevant: Moby wrote about R. Kelly (without using any punctuation).

A secret URL was found in the trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

The Internet hated on quite a few female TV characters this year.

I want these Simpsons Legos.

Who's excited about a new Johnny Cash album?

Mitch Hurwitz is directing a movie (that isn't Arrested Development).

Prepare yourself for an Anne Frank animated film.

Check out the holiday-themed couch gag for The Simpsons:

And for fun, watch Amy Poehler and Billy Eichner make people sing Christmas carols on the streets of New York.

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