The broadcast networks nearly suffered the same fate that they did on Monday when they were completely shut out from the Golden Globes nominations for the first time ever. "The U.S. broadcast networks were represented by one single nomination, for This Is Us star Sterling K. Brown in the actor in a drama series category," reports Deadline's Nellie Andreeva. "That is down from two broadcast nominations last year, both for This Is Us, five in 2017 and seven in 2016. The This Is Us cast, which won the drama ensemble award for the last two years, was left out." Andreeva adds: "The SAG Award decline has been most dramatic on the comedy side where broadcast has been dominant with long winning streaks for 30 Rock‘s Alec Baldwin, Modern Family and Will & Grace, among others. Only three years ago, broadcast comedies dominated the comedy ensemble field with three out of five nominations. There have been zero SAG Award nominations for broadcast half-hour the last two years amid the rise of streaming comedies like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Grace and Frankie and The Kominsky Method and Fleabag."