In a few days, our TV’s, newspapers and social media feeds will be full of “This happened at the Golden Globes… yada yada yada.” It’s the 76th annual Hollywood Foreign Press Association event in which the Association will award the best films and TV shows of the year.
This year's hosts are of course Andy Samberg, who is a two-time Golden Globe Award winner, and Sandra Oh, who won a Globe in 2006 for her role on Grey’s Anatomy.
If you want to watch it live, tune in live on Sunday, Jan. 6, from 5-8 p.m. PT/8-11 p.m. ET on NBC.
The red carpet event will take place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.
As opposed to last year, this time actresses will not be dressed in black in solidarity against sexual harassment, but in clothes that will not be used again, and that will cost more than many of us make a year.
This year the leading movie is Vice, which is up for six awards, including best motion picture, comedy or musical, and best performance by an actor in a comedy or musical.
Our favorite A Star Is Born received five nominations. Lady Gaga picked up one for best performance by an actress in a motion picture, drama, and Bradley Cooper is nominated for best director.
On the smaller screen, ‘The Assassination of Giani Versace: American Crime Story’ is up front with four nominations.
We’re happy to say that PEOPLE’s 2018 Sexiest Man Alive, Idris Elba‘s daughter, Isan Alba, was named 2019 Golden Globe Ambassador. So that will be a nice tone to the event.
What’s surprising this year is the lack of nominations for This Is Us, in all categories. That’s weird.
Netflix’s Maniac, GLOW and Atlanta also were not included in this years ceremony. And so was House of Cards.