Golden Globe trophies are featured on stage ahead of the 77th annual Golden Globe Awards nominations announcement on December 9, 2019 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.
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The 78th Golden Globes kick off Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
The ceremony, which honors the best of television and film, shows much of what people saw during the 2020 pandemic lockdown.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, veteran hosts of the Globes, will lead the event. Fey will be seen live at New York’s Rainbow Room and Poehler at the Beverly Hilton.
The Hollywood Foreign Press previously announced that Jane Fonda would receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award and Norman Lear would receive the Carol Burnett Award. One of the closely observed categories is the directing category, in which three women were nominated for the first time.
For those looking to get ready for the annual awards show but don’t have a cable, there are plenty of options.
The ceremony can be streamed on:
- Hulu with live TV
- YouTube TV
- AT&T TV
- Sling TV
- Fubo TV
- NBC’s website, app, or streaming service Peacock
There won’t be a traditional red carpet this year, just like the Emmy Awards last September, as those who would normally have been invited to the ceremony will be staying at home due to the ongoing epidemic. However, some broadcasters use the hours leading up to the ceremony to count down top red carpet outfits, memorable Golden Globe moments, and nominations for interviews.
Like the Emmys, the nominees will stay at home and only a handful of presenters will be live from the location.
The full list of nominees for this year’s Golden Globes can be found here.
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