The Golden Globes’ comedy supporting drought continues after ‘Schitt’s Creek’s’ double losses

The Golden Globes’ comedy supporting drought continues after ‘Schitt’s Creek’s’ double losses
The Golden Globes’ TV supporting categories continue to be serious business. “Schitt’s Creek” stars Dan Levy and Annie Murphy lost their respective categories Sunday night, prolonging a decade-long drought for comedy performers.

Levy fell to John Boyega (“Small Axe”), while Murphy was defeated by Gillian Anderson (“The Crown”).

The last performers from a comedy to win Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress were “Glee” stars Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch, respectively, 10 years ago, as part of a big night for the Fox hit, which also nabbed Best Comedy/Musical Series. Since 2000, there have only been five supporting champs from a comedy across both catch-all categories: Robert Downey Jr. (“Ally McBeal”) in 2001, Kim Cattrall (“Sex and the City”) in 2003, Jeremy Piven (“Entourage”) in 2008, Colfer and Lynch.

Since Colfer’s victory, the supporting actor Globe has gone to Peter Dinklage (“Game of Thrones”), Ed Harris (“Game Change”), Jon Voight (“Ray Donovan
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