Fox’s high school musical “Glee” is our best comedy series and HBO’s prohibition-era Atlantic City-set “Boardwalk Empire” our best drama series, according to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association which doles out the Globes.
“Glee” copped the most Globes of any single TV show – three – also including best supporting actor nods to Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch.
“Boardwalk Empire’s” kingpin Steve Buscemi got named best drama actor, while Katey Sagal was crowned best dramatic actress for her work on FX’s biker series “Sons of Anarchy.”
Besides “Boardwalk,” HBO also clocked two more Globes for its big-budget longform projects: Claire Danes, for her starring role in “Temple Grandin,” and Al Pacino, for playing Jack Kevorkian in “You Don’t Know Jack.”
via Moraes on TV – ‘Glee’ and ‘Boardwalk Empire’ soar while Ricky Gervais crashes at Golden Globes.