2014 Golden Globe nominations

"12 Years a Slave" and "American Hustle" both received seven nods, while "Wolf of Wall Street" received two. See what other films and television shows were recognized.

Chiwetel Ejiofor stars as Solomon Northup in "12 Years A Slave," which earned seven nominations, including best drama, actor for Ejiofor, supporting actress, supporting actor, director and others

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"American Hustle," starring Jennifer Lawrence, received seven nods as well, including best actress for Lawrence, best comedy or musical, supporting actor and actress, and more.

Tom Hanks starred with Somali immigrants, including Barkhad Abdi, in "Captain Phillips," based on a 2009 hijacking in the Indian Ocean. The film was nominated for four Golden Globes, including best drama and actor for Hanks.

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"Gravity," starring Sandra Bullock, received four nominations, including best drama and actress.

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"Nebraska" received five nominations, including best comedy or musical, actor for Bruce Dern (left), actress, director and more.

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"Inside Llewyn Davis" received three nominations, including best actor in a comedy or musical for star Oscar Isaac and best comedy or musical.

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"Philomena," starring Judi Dench and Steve Coogan, received three nominations: best drama, actress for Dench, and screenplay for Coogan.

Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine," starring Cate Blanchett, earned two nods: drama actress for Blanchett, and supporting actress.

Walt Disney (Tom Hanks) shows Disneyland to "Mary Poppins" author P.L. Travers (Emma Thompson) in Disney's "Saving Mr. Banks." Thompson was nominated for best actress.

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Robert Redford barely speaks in his role as an unnamed sailor battling the sea in "All Is Lost," which earned the star a best actor nod. The film was also recognized for its score.

Matthew McConaughey lost 50 pounds to portray Ron Woodroof, who was diagnosed with AIDS in 1985, in the film "Dallas Buyers Club." The film received two nods: best actor for McConaughey, and supporting actor for Jared Leto.

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Idris Elba, seen here with Riaad Moosa, plays Nelson Mandela in the biographical film "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom." The film received three nods, including best actor for Elba.

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Leonardo DiCaprio lives the good life as stockbroker Jordan Belfort in "Wolf of Wall Street," which received two nominations, including best comedy or musical, and actor for DiCaprio.

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Julianne Nicholson, Meryl Streep and Margo Martindale are seen in a scene from "August: Osage County," which received two nods, including comedy or musical actress for Streep.

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"Labor Day" received a best actress nod for star Kate Winslet.

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"Her" received three nominations, includiing best comedy actor for Joaquin Phoenix.

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"Frances Ha" was nominated for best actress in a comedy or musical for star Greta Gerwig, right.

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"Rush" received two nods: best supporting actor for Daniel Bruhl, and best drama.

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"Before Midnight" scored a best comedy or musical actress nod for star Julie Delpy.

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AMC's "Breaking Bad,' about a chemistry teacher turned drug kingpin, received three nods, including actor for star Bryan Cranston (pictured), supporting actor for Aaron Paul, and best TV drama series.

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PBS' "Downton Abbey" received a nod for best TV drama.

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Netflix's political drama "House of Cards," starring Robin Wright and Kevin Spacey, received four nods, including: actor and actress for Spacey and Wright, and best series.

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Showtime's freshman series "Masters of Sex" received two nominations: best actor for star Michael Sheen, and best drama.

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Kerry Washington plays fixer Olivia Pope in ABC's "Scandal," and received a best actress nomination for her work.

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Jim Parsons received a nod for his portrayal of Sheldon Cooper on CBS sitcom "The Big Bang Theory." The show was also nominated for best comedy.


HBO's "Girls," starring Lena Dunham, was nominated for best comedy and best actress for Dunham.

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Amy Poehler plays Leslie Knope on NBC's sitcom "Parks and Recreation." The show received two nods: best actress for Poehler, and best comedy.

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus was nominated for her work as Selina Meyer on HBO's comedy "Veep." The actress was also nominated for best actress for her work in the comedy film "Enough Said."

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Don Cheadle is nominated for best actor in a comedy series for his role as Marty Kaan in Netflix's "House of Lies."

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Jessica Lange was nominated for her work as witch Fiona on FX's "American Horror Story: Coven." The show also received a nod for best miniseries.

Michael J. Fox received a best comedy actor nod for his new NBC sitcom, "The Michael J. Fox Show."

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NBC's freshman drama "The Blacklist" received a nomination for best actor for star James Spader.

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CBS drama "The Good Wife" received three nods, including best actress Julianna Margulies, supporting actor and best drama.

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HBO's "Behind the Candelabra" scored four nods, including best actors for stars Michael Douglas, left, and Matt Damon.

Fox's freshman sitcom "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" received two nods: best comedy and best actor for star Andy Samberg

Netflix's "Orange Is the New Black" snagged a best actress nod for star Taylor Schilling, left.

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Showtime's "Ray Donovan" received two nods: best actor for Liev Schreiber (pictured) and supporting actor.

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Showtime's "Nurse Jackie" snagged a best actress nod for star Edie Falco.

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ABC's "Modern" family received two nominations: best comedy, and best supporting actress for Sofia Vergara.

Netflix's "Arrested Development" earned a best comedy actor nod for star Jason Bateman.