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Downton Abbey will face off against Game of Thrones at the Golden Globes as they compete for Best Television Series Drama.
The Affair, The Good Wife and House of Cards are also nominated.
Keith Allen could be joining his son Alfie in the fourth series of fantasy drama Game Of Thrones after auditioning for the role of a slave.
"Every scene is a bloodbath. Frankly I think i'm cut out for that," the actor told The Times.
Allen also revealed he had previously auditioned for the role of his son's on-screen father but said he deliberately failed the screen test with a "rubbish audition".
Allen's daughter - and Alfie's sister Lily - had also been approached to play her brother's on-screen sibling Yara but told fans she turned down the role because she "felt uncomfortable" with a storyline featuring incest.
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Game of Thrones fans can rejoice after the team behind the fantasy drama confirmed they will make two more series.
The epic tale of treachery and nobility is currently on its fourth series, which is being broadcast in the UK on Sky Atlantic.
Michael Lombardo, president of US broadcaster HBO Programming, which makes the show, said it was "a phenomenon like no other" and that the creators and collaborators "continue to surpass themselves".
"We look forward to more of their dazzling storytelling," he added.