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These Shows Were Snubbed by the Golden Globes — According to Twitter

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The Golden Globe Awards is objectively the most entertaining award show for viewers to watch. Movie and TV stars finally come together under one roof, there's a category specifically for comedy and musical films (because we all know they're otherwise never given the honors they should), and the attendees all sit at tables with their cast mates and get served alcohol — which helps some winners have more colorful speeches. 

While it's impossible to please every TV and movie viewer when it comes to award show nominations, the 2020 Golden Globe Awards has particularly upset fans. Some TV shows were left out, despite having wrapped this year, while some of the most successful movies at the box office were excluded as well. 

What are the Golden Globe snubs of 2020? We're breaking down the list of movies and TV shows that won't be getting any love at the Jan. 5 awards (though fans love them all the same).

Let's start with the movies.

1. 'Little Women'

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Source: Sony Pictures Entertainment

Though the film — which stars Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Meryl Streep Laura Dern, Eliza Scanlen, Florence Pugh, and Timothée Chalamet — hasn't even been publicly released yet, the public is less than thrilled that director Greta Gerwig was shut out of the Best Director category. She was also snubbed from the same category during the 2018 awards with Lady Bird. There are no female directors up for nomination, and there hasn't been one since 2015.

Little Women also didn't get nominated for the Best Drama category, and its only Globes nomination was for Saoirse Ronan's portrayal of Jo March.