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Lost Gets Golden Globe and AFI Attention

The Golden Globe nominations were whipped out this morning, and "Lost" scored a nod for "Best Television Series - Drama." The show will face off against "24," "Deadwood," "Nip/Tuck," and "The Sopranos."

None of "Lost's" actors were nominated, but if there was a category for "Best Unseen Monster - Drama," we all know who'd be the runaway favorite.

In other accolade news, "Lost" was also recognized as an Official Selection for the American Film Institute's TV Programs of the Year. What's this mean for the show? Absolutely nothing. -- Mac Slocum


Posted by Mac Slocum on December 13, 2004 6:30 PM |





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