The nominations for the Golden Globe Awards have been announced in the US, with Brendan Gleeson among the nominees in the TV categories for his portrayal of former US President Donald Trump in The Comey Rule, and Irish animated film Wolfwalkers also shortlisted.
Gleeson's nomination as Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television is his fourth Golden Globe nomination, having previously been shortlisted for The Guard, Into the Storm and In Bruges.
Normal People and its star Daisy Edgar-Jones are among the nominees in the miniseries categories - but there was no nod for the drama's breakout Irish star, Paul Mescal.
Ed Guiney of Element Pictures said, "All of us at Element are so proud and so grateful to Lenny, Sally and our incredible cast and crew.
"We are so happy for Daisy who so richly deserves it and a bit sad that Paul didn't get the nod. Its also an incredible honour for the entire team as this is the first time that a fully Irish set, produced and directed TV series has been nominated for a Golden Globe."
Normal People was made by Dublin company Element Pictures for the BBC and Hulu while Wolfwalkers was made by Kilkenny's Cartoon Saloon.
Speaking about the nomination, Wolfwalkers co-directors Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart said: "We are delighted that this Irish story is so well received by audience, fans and critics from all over the world and the teams behind Wolfwalkers from Ireland, Luxembourg and France are honoured to be nominated alongside the best-animated features of the last year.
"While we would love to be in Hollywood to celebrate the Golden Globe award ceremony, we will likely be in a socially distant safe celebration here in Kilkenny - as Bill Goodfellowe would say `It's for our own good'."
The Crown leads the TV nominations with six, with Mank topping the film shortlists with same number.
Reacting to the nominations, The Crown creator Peter Morgan said: "All of us on The Crown are thrilled to be recognised in this way by the HFPA. This season really seems to have resonated with audiences of all generations all around the world, and we could not be more grateful or more proud."
Screen Ireland offered their congratulations of the Irish nominees. "Congratulations to the creative teams behind Wolfwalkers and Normal People on their Golden Globe Award nominations today" they said in a statement.
"We are delighted to see Irish film and television recognised at the highest level on the international stage. Wolfwalkers is a rich and powerful story, immersed in Irish culture and folklore, and produced with stunning artistry.
"Normal People has been a critical and commercial global success story, captivating audiences around the world. Both projects demonstrate the standard of excellence created by Irish talent and Irish storytelling on screen.
"We are also delighted to see Brendan Gleeson recognised with a nomination for Best Supporting Actor."
The Golden Globe winners will be announced on Sunday, 28 February.
The Crown, Lovecraft Country, The Mandalorian, Ozark and Ratched will vie for the Best Television Series - Drama award at this year's Golden Globes.
Emily in Paris, The Flight Attendant, The Great, Schitt's Creek and Ted Lasso are the Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy nominees.
In the film categories, The Father, Mank, Nomandland, Promising Young Woman and The Trial of the Chicago 7 are shortlisted for Best Picture - Drama.
Emerald Fennell (Promising Young Woman), David Fincher (Mank), Regina King (One Night in Miami), Aaron Sorkin (The Trial of the Chicago 7) and Chloe Zhao (Nomadland) are the Best Director nominees.
Viola Davis (Ma Rainey's Black Bottom), Andra Day (The United States vs Billie Holiday), Vanessa Kirby (Pieces of a Woman), Frances McDormand (Nomadland) and Carey Mulligan (Promising Young Woman) are the Best Actress nominees in the film categories.
Riz Ahmed (Sound of Metal), the late Chadwick Boseman (Ma Rainey's Black Bottom), Anthony Hopkins (The Father), Gary Oldman (Mank) and Tahar Rahim (The Mauritanian) are the Best Actor nominees.
Sacha Baron Cohen (The Trial of the Chicago 7), Daniel Kaluuya (Judas and the Black Messiah), Jared Leto (The Little Things), Bill Murray (On the Rocks) and Leslie Odom, Jr. (One Night in Miami) are the Best Supporting Actor nominees in the film categories.
Glenn Close (Hillbilly Elegy), Olivia Colman (The Father), Jodie Foster (The Mauritanian), Amanda Seyfried (Mank) and Helena Zengel (News of the World) are nominated for Best Supporting Actress in the film categories.
The Best Actor in a Television Series - Drama nominees are: Jason Bateman (Ozark), Josh O'Connor (The Crown), Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul), Al Pacino (Hunters) and Matthew Rhys (Perry Mason).
The Best Actress in a Television Series - Drama nominees are: Olivia Colman (The Crown), Jodie Comer (Killing Eve), Emma Corrin (The Crown), Laura Linney (Ozark) and Sarah Paulson (Ratched).
Sacha Baron Cohen celebrated both his Borat sequel and The Trial Of The Chicago 7, in which he plays a supporting role, being nominated.
He wrote on Twitter: "I'm overwhelmed and humbled that the Hollywood Foreign Press has recognized both THE TRIAL OF THE CHICAGO 7 and BORAT SUBSEQUENT MOVIEFILM. These nominations are a tribute to the talented creative teams that led and supported both films from inception to this moment.
"I especially want to congratulate the visionary of CHICAGO 7, Aaron Sorkin, and BORAT's Tutar, the incredible Maria Bakalova. These two films are different, but they share a common theme—sometimes we have to protest injustice with our own farce.
"Thank you to the HFPA for this ridiculous amount of nominations. I'm so honoured—and in the event that we don’t win, I promise to hire Rudy Giuliani to contest the results."
Click here to see the complete list of all this year's Golden Globe nominations in every category. Did your favourite show or movie make it?