The producer of the hit series 'Normal People' says it is the first Irish set and produced television show to receive a Golden Globe nomination.
The TV adaptation of Sally Rooney's book is up for two awards - 'best television limited series', and 'best performance by an actress in a limited series' for lead actress Daisy Edgar-Jones.
The show was produced by Dublin-based Element Pictures, and co-directed by Lenny Abrahamson.
Producer Ed Guiney told Newstalk Breakfast it is a great feeling.
"It's brilliant to get it.
"I think it actually might be the first time that an Irish set and produced television series has got a nomination at the Globes, so that's a first."
"And obviously really happy for Daisy and a bit sad for Paul, but their work together is reflected in the overall nomination - as is everyone else's".
"I am sad for him and he really deserved it and it's obviously a shame.
"But I was in touch with him yesterday - typically very generous - saying he was a bit disappointed, but really delighted for Daisy.
"When it was the Emmys, Paul got nominated and Daisy didn't - and as we go through these different awards, different people will get the nod at different times".
He said this could also put the show on the map for more audiences.
"The show has been out in the world since late Spring - last April/May - and since then has sort of been seen everywhere.
"So in terms of, say, an impact on boosting sales it won't have that - what I guess it does have is it just helps to bring people who haven't yet seen it to the show.
"Someone who hears about it in America or France or Australia... who knows vaguely about it, maybe, that with these nominations just encourages people to go and look at it".
He also said their US partner, streaming service Hulu, are "really thrilled about it and it just encourages them as we hopefully work together going forward".