How and where to watch the Golden Globes 2023? And everything else you need to know
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: The entire globe is impatiently waiting for the Golden Globes to air. After many celebrities expressed their wish of cancelling the award and many controversies, the award show is back again. After a hiatus in 2021 due to protests about the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s perceived lack of diversity, the award show has undergone a massive restructuring before returning to television screens next week. The organization announced plans to shift from a nonprofit to a for-profit entity under the stewardship of Eldridge Industries, a firm run by HFPA interim CEO Todd L Boehly. The organization also added more journalists of color to its ranks in an attempt to increase diversity among winners and nominees.
Wonder what the scandal was? In 2021, one week before the 78th Golden Globes broadcast, there was an expose report that uncovered that there were no BLACK members among the HFPA's 87-member voters. The organization faced backlash from various Hollywood heavy hitters, including Tom Cruise, who returned his three Golden Globe statuettes in protest. NBC later decided it wouldn't air the telecast in 2022. Read more to know everything about the 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
When are the 2023's Golden Globes?
The Annual Golden Globe Awards will take place on Tuesday, January 10, 2023, at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT.
Where can I watch the show?
The show will be airing live on NBC, which can be accessed through YouTube TV, broadcast television, and more. It will also be streaming live on NBC's streaming service, Peacock.
Who is hosting 2023's Golden Globes?
In December, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the stand-up comedian, Jerrod Carmichael's prominent role in the show, making him the first person to host the film and television awards ceremony since it was last broadcast in 2021.
Who is nominated this year?
In the film categories, Cate Blanchett for 'Tar' and Michelle Williams for 'The Fabelmans' are neck-and-neck for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture Drama. Austin Butler from 'Elvis' and Brendan Fraser from 'The Whale' are up for best drama actor. Michelle Yeoh for 'Everything Everywhere All at Once' and Daniel Craig for 'Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery' both received nominations in the musical and comedy categories.
For Best Actress in a Television Series Drama, Zendaya of 'Euphoria' will compete against Emma D'Arcy of 'House of the Dragon', and Selena Gomez and Jenna Ortega each received nominations for their efforts on the musical or comedy series 'Only Murders in the Building' and 'Wednesday', respectively.
Catch the 80th Golden Globes Award on January 10, 2023.