The Hollywood Foreign Press Association was rocked by ethics and diversity scandals last year, leading NBC to refuse to air the Golden Globes. The award show that took a year off for reforms and partially enacted them was returned to television (and back in good graces with NBC) after one year out.
The big question going into an awards show is, naturally, who will win and what will be honored. There was nothing typical about the Golden Globes ceremony this year. Check out the winner’s list.
It began with the Golden Globe awards for Ke Huy Quan (“Everything Everywhere All at Once”) and Angela Bassett (“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”), followed by Steven Spielberg’s nomination for “The Fabelmans.”
A Golden Globe was awarded to the movie “The Banshees of Inisherin” for best musical or comedy
On January 11 (IST), Los Angeles hosted the 80th Golden Globe Awards. The Indian film RRR won the Best Original Song award at the ceremony for the song ‘Naatu Naatu’. The trophy was collected by music director MM Keeravani.
Under the best television series drama, “House of the Dragon” wins the Golden Globe. “Ozark” and “Severance” were also nominated in the category.
“The White Lotus,” an anthology series set in Sicily about the rich guests of a high-end hotel, won the best limited or anthology series award. With December’s thrilling season finale, countless fan theories were confirmed or disproven, making the series one of last year’s most talked-about shows.
“Abbott Elementary” is named best musical or comedy television series of the year. In the category of best television series – musical or comedy, Quinta Brunson’s ABC sitcom won the Golden Globe.
For his role as Jeffrey Dahmer, Evan Peters wins best actor in a limited TV series. As Jeffrey Dahmer in the Netflix series, “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story,” Peters played the serial killer.
Kevin Costner won the award for best acting performance in a television drama for his role in Yellowstone.
A Golden Globe was awarded to Jennifer Coolidge for best supporting actress in a series, limited series, or motion picture. Coolidge portrayed the role of Tanya McQuoid in both seasons of “The White Lotus.”
As the best motion picture in a foreign language “Argentina, 1985” earned the Golden Globe.
In a limited series, Paul Walter Hauser won best supporting actor. From CNN’s Marianne Garvey, The Golden Globe went to Paul Walter Hauser for “Blackbird.”
Best actress in a limited series award goes to Amanda Seyfried for “The Dropout”
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