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.

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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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Alyson Lippert

Alyson is a writer living in Los Angeles, where she also watches a lot of Netflix and often says "it's so nice outside" from the comfort of her living room. When she's not tweeting, she's writing about pop culture on her website, Alyson's Association.

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