In the drama category, SAG voters followed the trend firmly established at this year's Emmys by failing to nominate the ensemble of any broadcast network series. Last year, "The Good Wife" was among the nominees, but this year only its lead actress, Julianna Margulies, made the cut. The crowded cable landscape also meant that the cast of HBO's fantasy series "Game of Thrones" was overlooked despite picking up a nomination in 2011.
After snubbing them last year, SAG voters nominated Damian Lewis and Claire Danes, the Emmy-winning leads of "Homeland," along with the rest of the show's ensemble.
Although the cast of “Mad Men” received a nod, as did its star, Jon Hamm, none of its female stars -- Elisabeth Moss, Christina Hendricks, Jessica Pare or January Jones -- were nominated. SAG voters also overlooked perennial nominees Kyra Sedgwick and Glenn Close, whose respective shows, “The Closer” and “Damages,” wrapped up this year.