The Golden Globes had their 77th ceremony on Sunday, but fans couldn’t help but notice that “Stranger Things” was missing from the nominations. Not only that, but the cast and crew of the beloved Netflix original series were nowhere in sight.

While “Stranger Things” Season 3 was successful and a fan-favorite, it just didn't resonate with the Hollywood Foreign Press at this year's Golden Globes, apparently. Thus, it was not nominated. This awards season has had pretty stiff competition when it comes to the TV shows in the drama category: "Succession," "Big Little Lies," "The Crown," "Killing Eve," and "The Morning Show" were all bright and shiny contenders with "Succession" ultimately taking home the award.

"Stranger Things" was similarly left out of last year's Emmy Awards, but that was because the Netflix show did not qualify. To keep with the holiday theme of its previous seasons, season 3 of “Stranger Things” had to land on July 4, which is almost more than a month after the entry deadline on May 31. Thus, the “Stranger Things” cast was not nominated for an Emmy. That being said, it’s still possible for them to be considered next year.

This doesn't mean "Stranger Things" Season 3 isn't up for any awards. In fact, the Screen Actors Guild Awards will occur on Jan. 19, where “Stranger Things” has been nominated for 2 different awards. They are currently up for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, as well as a nomination for actor David Harbour, who plays Officer Jim Hopper in the series. The stunt team also has a nomination for Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama Series.

Of course, even actors who don't get nominated often attend the Golden Globes to watch or present statues. Another reason why the stars of the show were not in attendance, according to “Stranger Things” cast member Gaten Matarazzo, the actors are currently on set, shooting season 4. Production is expected to last until August with a release date likely sometime next year.

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The cast of Netflix’s “Stranger Things.” Netflix