"Modern Family" will not be in the running for a Golden Globe award this January. Nominees for the 72nd annual awards were announced Thursday morning, and the long-running comedy failed to pick up a nod in the "Best Television Series -- Musical or Comedy" category.
"Modern Family" has been nominated in said category for the past five consecutive years, and took home the award back in 2012. Cast members who had also been honored with nominations in the past -- Sofia Vergara was nominated four times and Eric Stonestreet, three -- were also shut out this year.
Series that did make the cut this year include "Girls," "Jane the Virgin, "Orange Is the New Black," "Silicon Valley," and "Transparent."
Other notable omissions were "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," which took home the Golden Globe in the category at last year's awards, as well as "The Mindy Project," and "Parks and Recreation."
The 72nd Annual Golden Globe awards, hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, will air on Sun., Jan. 11 2014 at 8pm EST.