Also receiving four nominations was HBO's Liberace biopic Behind the Candelabra, which earned recognition in the Best Mini-Series or TV Movie, Best Male for both Matt Damon and Michael Douglas and Best Supporting Actor for Rob Lowe. The Candelabra duo face competition from Chiwetel Ejiofor and Idris Elba in the acting department, with these two both up for the Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama, as well. Al Pacino is also up for a nomination in the Mini-Series category for his role as Phil Spector.

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American Horror Story: Coven, Top of the Lake, Dancing on the Edge and The White Queen all join Behind the Candelabra in the Mini-Series nominations, whilst Burton and Taylor earns Golden Globe recognition with Helena Bonham Carter being nominated in the Best Actress category. Carter is joined by Rebecca Ferguson in The White Queen, Jessica Lange in America Horror Story, Helen Mirren in Phil Spector and Elisabeth Moss in Top of the Lake.

Whilst the drama categories were taken up largely by cable series, the comedy categories were made up largely of network series, with HBO's Girls being the only exception. Regulars Parks and Recreation, Modern Family and The Big Bang Theory are all present and accounted for, with Brooklyn Nine Nine being the only newcomer in the comedy category.

Nine Nine's star Andy Samberg is also up for a Best Actor gong, facing competition from Arrested Development's Jason Bateman, House of Lies' Don Cheadle, Jim Parsons for The Big Bang Theory and Michael J. Fox in The Michael J. Fox Show rounding up the nominations. Golden Globes host Amy Poehler is up for the Best Actress award for Parks and Rec, facing competition from New Girl's Zooey Deschanel, Girls' Lena Dunham, Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Veep and Edie Falco in Nurse Jackie.

The full lsit of nominations are available at the Golden Globes website.

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