Astronaut comedy ‘Moonbase 8’ looks to extend Showtime’s Golden Globe streak

Astronaut comedy ‘Moonbase 8’ looks to extend Showtime’s Golden Globe streak
Moonbase 8” didn’t exactly premiere to out-of-this-world numbers — 90,000 viewers and a 0.0 rating in the 18-to-49 demographic — but look for the space sitcom with Fred Armisen and John C. Reilly to get a second wind from the Golden Globes, which have been loyal to Showtime like no other awards show. The last seven years have seen the premium cable network bag five acting trophies, for Patricia Arquette (“Escape at Dannemora”), Russell Crowe (“The Loudest Voice”), Maura Tierney (“The Affair”), Jon Voight (“Ray Donovan”) and Ruth Wilson (“The Affair”). None of these performances won an Emmy; Crowe and Wilson were not even nominated.

Showtime last won a major Emmy in 2013 and accounted for just two of the 149 major nominations at this year’s ceremony, but it has not slowed down to that extent at the Globes. “The Loudest Voice” received a Best TV Movie/Limited Series nomination at the Globes last
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