Longoria, who plays sultry philanderer Gabrielle Solis on the hit Sunday-night series, was snubbed for a Golden Globe (search) nomination Monday -- while head "Housewives" Felicity Huffman, Teri Hatcher and Marcia Cross all received nods as Best Actress in a Comedy.
Debra Messing ("Will & Grace") and Sarah Jessica Parker ("Sex and the City") rounded out that category.
Another notable snub was "Sopranos" star James Gandolfini -- but co-stars Edie Falco (Carmella), Michael Imperioli (Christopher) and Drea de Matteo (the late Adriana) each earned Golden Globes nominations for the HBO series, which won't return until 2006.
FX had a big day, culling three nominations in the Best Dramatic Actor category for Michael Chiklis ("The Shield"), Denis Leary ("Rescue Me") and Julian McMahon ("Nip/Tuck").
"Arrested Development," which copped an Emmy last September for Best Comedy, was nominated for a Golden Globe in the same category -- sharing that distinction with "Desperate Housewives," HBO's "Entourage" and "Sex and the City" and NBC's "Will & Grace."
In the Drama Series category, Fox's "24" was joined by "Deadwood" (HBO), "Lost" (ABC) "Nip/Tuck" and "The Sopranos."