Golden Globes To Stay On CBS With 5-Year Deal, Network Also Picks Up American Music Awards

Two months after the Golden Globes aired on CBS for the first time in more than four decades, the network has closed a new five-year deal to continue to broadcast the awards show and stream it live on Paramount+.

Golden Globe Noms: ‘Succession Tops TV, ‘Barbie,’ ‘Oppenheimer Lead Films

The nominations for the 81st annual Golden Globe Awards were revealed Monday morning, helping to kick awards season into high gear. Warner Bros’ Barbie, the year’s biggest hit, and HBO’s Succession, TV’s most dominant drama that wrapped its run this year, led all nominees this morning with nine.

Golden Globes Land At CBS For 2024 Telecast

The Golden Globes have found a new broadcast home. The upcoming 81st edition of the Hollywood awards show on Jan. 7, 2024, will air live on CBS, stream on Paramount+ and be available on the CBS app. This is a marquee slot for the show, which will follow an NFL on CBS Sunday doubleheader and is expected to be supported by a major marketing campaign.

Golden Globes Expel 3 Voters Over Alleged Code Of Conduct Violations

Three Golden Globes voters, Howaida Hamdy, Munawar Hosain and Aniko Navai, are out of the company behind the Golden Globe Awards. According to sources, the three have been expelled for violating the organization’s code of conduct following investigations into complaints about their behavior.

Dick Clark Productions, Todd Boehly’s Eldridge Acquire Golden Globe Awards As Hollywood Foreign Press Association Shutters

Big changes are afoot for the Golden Globe Awards now that Dick Clark Productions and Todd Boehly’s Eldridge have acquired the assets of the nonprofit Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which will close as the awards franchise moves into a new era. The new owners will use the assets and the cash on hand from the HFPA to establish the Golden Globe Foundation, which will continue the HFPA’s tradition of charitable giving. The awards show itself and related assets will now be part of the for-profit operations of Dick Clark Productions, which has long been allied with the HFPA for the awards show.

Golden Globes Set 2024 Date With No Broadcast Partner Yet

The 81st Annual Golden Globe Awards will be held Sunday, Jan. 7, 2024. Answering when, the announcement does not address where. The awards show, produced by Dick Clark Productions, does not have a broadcast partner beyond this year’s event, which aired on the Globes’ long-time network, NBC. Discussions are reportedly underway with outlets, including NBC.

With Scant Viewing For Its TV Return, What’s Next For The Golden Globes?

“Can NBC afford to give up something that someone else will snatch and possibly make even bigger?”

Golden Globes Telecast Draws Near Record-Low Audience

After a diversity and ethics scandal caused NBC to take the Globes off the air last year, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s attempted comeback didn’t gain back viewers and instead may have lost them. The 2021 edition, held bicoastally during the pandemic, was watched by 6.9 million. The pre-pandemic 2020 Globes drew an audience of 18.4 million. Above, host Jerrod Carmichael during his monologue at the 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 10.

Golden Globes Are Back On TV, But Are Reform Efforts Enough?

After dumping the telecast in the aftermath of a damaging expose by the Los Angeles Times last year, NBC will put the battered 80-year-old Globes back on the air Tuesday under a one-year deal, as opposed to multi-year contracts of the past worth tens of millions of dollars. A wave of celebrities plan to attend, along with star presenters and funnyman host Jerrod Carmichael after the embattled controllers of the Globes dug deep into the work of implementing top-down reforms following the scandal over lack of diversity, accusations of sexism, and ethical and financial lapses among members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

Ryan Murphy To Receive Carol Burnett Award At Golden Globes

Megaproducer Ryan Murphy landed a Golden Globe nomination this week for his Netflix hit Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, which is in the running for best TV limited series, anthology series or TV movie, among other nods. But now he’s guaranteed to take home at least one statue at the upcoming Globes ceremony, no matter what: Murphy has been selected to receive the kudocast’s fourth Carol Burnett Award.

Jerrod Carmichael To Host Golden Globe Awards

Emmy-winning comedian Jerrod Carmichael has signed on to host the 80th Golden Globe Awards as it returns to NBC next month. Carmichael will helm the three-hour telecast on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2023, from the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. NBC and Peacock will air the show live.

HFPA Adds New TV Acting Categories For 2023 Golden Globes

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has added new supporting acting TV categories for the 2023 Golden Globe Awards effective immediately. The new categories are best supporting actor in a television series/musical-comedy or drama, best supporting actress in a television series/ musical-comedy or drama, best supporting actor in a limited series/anthology or motion picture made for television and best supporting actress in a limited series/anthology or motion picture made for television.

Golden Globes Returning To NBC In January After Year Off-Air

NBC, the Hollywood Press Association and Dick Clark Productions on Tuesday made the Globes’ return official. The 80th Golden Globes will be held Jan. 10, airing both on NBC and Peacock.

Golden Globes Voter Sam Asi Expelled From HFPA

Return Of Golden Globes To NBC ‘Not A Done Deal’

Reports of the Golden Globes resurrection on NBC might be premature. A January 2023 broadcast of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association-organized shindig is “not a done deal,” according to a well-placed source. While talks have been going on between the longtime Globes broadcaster and the Helen Hoehne-led HFPA, no final agreement has been reached as of Tuesday.

In Move to Save Golden Globes, HFPA To Become For-Profit Org, Add More Voting Members

Eldridge Industries is taking over the Golden Globe Awards, which will be turned into a private entity separate from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s charitable and philanthropic programs, which will be managed as a nonprofit entity. The HFPA membership voted to approve the transfer of ownership to Eldridge, which is run by Todd Boehly, who has served as the organization’s interim CEO since last year.

HFPA CEO Wants To Make Golden Globes For-Profit Venture, Add 200 Non-Member Voters

Hollywood Foreign Press Association Interim CEO Todd Boehly on Thursday confirmed his intention to institute radical changes to the embattled group behind the Golden Globe Awards: adding 200 new non-member voters and turning the nonprofit into a private, for-profit company that he would run.


Are Reforms Enough To Save Embattled HFPA?

Critics say the central problems plaguing the Hollywood Foreign Press Association remain unaddressed: ”You need to start from scratch.“

Golden Globes Group Investigating Member Over Sexual Misconduct Claims

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has put one of its members on probation while it investigates claims of sexual misconduct.

Hollywood Greets Golden Globes Nominations With Tepid Response

On Monday morning, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominations for the 79th annual Golden Globe Awards — and what followed was near radio silence. In the days leading up to the Golden Globe nominations, it was unclear what impact the announcement would have — and since the film and television nominations were revealed, the answer has been not much.

Golden Globes To Announce Noms To Skeptical Hollywood

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association , often ridiculed, even by its own hosts, this year went from punchline to pariah. After a Los Angeles Times’ expose detailed some of the HFPA’s unethical behavior and revealed that its 87 voting members didn’t include one Black journalist, studios said they would boycott the Globes and more than 100 PR films said their clients wouldn’t participate until the HFPA swiftly implemented “profound and lasting change.” The group will announce nominations early Monday, Dec. 13.

Golden Globes Group Seeks To End Nonprofit Status

Todd Boehly, the hedge-fund billionaire and interim CEO of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, is seeking to merge the nonprofit organization behind the Golden Globe Awards with his for-profit company MRC Entertainment, which produces the annual awards show. The proposal has alarmed reform-minded members of the group and was discouraged as “unjustifiable” by a lawyer.

Golden Globes Will Be Awarded In 2022, Just Not On NBC

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is forging ahead with a way to recognize the best of this year’s film and television achievements despite the fact that NBC will not televise this year’s Golden Globes ceremony.

Golden Globes Group Partners With NAACP

HFPA Names Five Outside Journalists To Join Credentials Committee, Find New Members

HFPA Elects Helen Hoehne President Of Troubled Group

HFPA Considers New Golden Globes Option

Proposals for the embattled Hollywood Foreign Press Association include adding 50 members to its voting ranks to bring in more diversity and creating a for-profit spinoff company.

Golden Globes: Two Members Resign From Toxic’ Hollywood Foreign Press Association

Golden Globes’ Survival In Doubt As NBC Mulls Options

NBC’s swift decision May 10 to cancel the 2022 Golden Globes telecast took most in Hollywood by surprise — even inside the network, where the announcement was made so fast (to avoid news leaks) that it wasn’t widely shared internally beforehand.

How The Golden Globes Went From Laughingstock To Power Player

The group that was once assailed by the FCC steadily gained influence in Hollywood over the years until scrutiny of its practices and lack of diversity led NBC to say it would not air its show in 2022.

Golden Globes 2022 Canceled On NBC

There will be no Golden Globes in 2022 on NBC, as the besieged HFPA continues to falter in reforming itself to the satisfaction of Hollywood studios and stakeholders. “We continue to believe that the HFPA is committed to meaningful reform,” said the Comcast-owned network this morning. “However, change of this magnitude takes time and work, and we feel strongly that the HFPA needs time to do it right.  As such, NBC will not air the 2022 Golden Globes.  Assuming the organization executes on its plan, we are hopeful we will be in a position to air the show in January 2023.”

HFPA Vowed To Change. What Went Wrong?

After a Los Angeles Times investigation, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association vowed to make sweeping changes, but the group behind the Golden Globes has struggled along the way.

HFPA In Crisis As Famed Fixer, D&I Adviser Quit

HFPA Ousts Member Over Black Lives Matter Email

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association board said in an email Tuesday that Phil Berk is no longer a member of the organization. The decision comes hours after NBC — which telecasts the Globes — condemned a Berk email that called Black Lives Matter a “hate movement” and called for his “immediate expulsion.”

Golden Globes Vows Reform Amid Diversity Scrutiny

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association said in a statement Saturday that it would focus on adding Black and other underrepresented members to its organization in addition to increasing transparency around its operations.

Best And Worst Moments Of NBC’s Virtual Golden Globes

Golden Globes Wins By TV Show And Network

Time’s Up Criticizes HFPA Response to Absence Of Black Members, Calls On NBCUniversal To Reform Golden Globes

Golden Globe TV Wins Inspire Some Emmy Deja Vu, With Auspicious Exceptions

Netflix Scores At Socially Distant Golden Globes

Netflix, which came in with a commanding 42 nominations, won the top TV awards. The Crown, as expected, took best drama series, along with acting wins for Josh O’Connor (Prince Charles), Emma Corrin (Princess Diana) and Gillian Anderson (Margaret Thatcher). The Queen’s Gambit won best limited series, and best actress in the category for Anya Taylor-Joy. Schitt’s Creek, the Pop TV series that found a wider audience on Netflix, won best comedy series for its final season and its Catherine O’Hara also took best actress in a comedy series. Tina Fey (l) in New York, and Amy Poehler in Beverly Hills hosted the ceremonies on NBC.