The Best Supporting Actress nominees for a series, miniseries and made-for-TV movie have been announced for the 2013 Golden Globe Awards and include Hayden Panettiere, Archie Panjabi, Sarah Paulson, Maggie Smith and Sofia Vergara.
Since the overcrowded category assesses supporting actresses from all types of TV shows, both drama and comedy, there were bound to be a number of snubs. Particularly glaring omissions included Christina Hendricks for "Mad Men" and Julie Bowen for "Modern Family."
At the 2012 awards, Jessica Lange won for her role as Constance Langdon in the first season of "American Horror Story." Upon winning, Lange admitted, "I find it more and more rare ... every year to find a piece of work that is really beautifully written ... and it certainly was this." In the show's self-contained second season, she plays the twisted psych ward warden Sister Jude Martin and is up for a Best Actress in a Miniseries Golden Globe.
The 70th Annual Golden Globe ceremony airs on Sun., Jan. 13, 2013 at 5 p.m. PST/8 p.m. EST, when the winner for Best Supporting Actress will be announced. NBC will air the awards show, which is being held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.