Golden Globes 2018: Why SMILF could win Best TV series (Musical or Comedy)

She realises this even more after she sees her child’s father move on and it dawns light on the fact that she doesn’t have the option to do so. 2018-01-06T13:56:31+00:00″>
Published: January 6, 2018 1:56 pm

SMILF has been nominated in the Best TV series (Musical or Comedy) category at the Golden Globe Awards 2018. Related News
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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd The show has been created by the lead star Frankie Shaw and is based on her own short film that premiered on Sundance Film Festival. This year, SMILF has been nominated alongside shows like Will & Grace, Master of None, The Marvelous Mrs Maisel and Black-ish. Franki Shaw has also been nominated in the category Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series – Musical Or Comedy. She has been single ever since the birth of her child and this thought encourages her to go out with other men but it usually ends up being a disaster. The show has its funny moments but also has an underlining dark nature to it.