Jim Carrey gets Golden Globe nomination for 'Kidding'

Jim Carrey, Sandra Oh and Stephan James are among the Canadians who've scored Golden Globe nominations.

Oh is in the running for best actress in a TV drama series for "Killing Eve," on which she's also an executive producer.

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