78th Golden Globes

78th Golden Globes

Sarah Vance Harrison

The 78th Golden Globes were filled with technological issues, a wide range of outfits at home and on the carpet, and a bicoastal ceremony. Amy Poehler and Tina Fey hosted the night, with the former being in Beverly Hills and the latter in New York City.

The Crown won four awards, including the best drama television series. The show also had Emma Corrin as best actress, Josh O’Connor as best actor, and Gillian Anderson as the best supporting role in a series.

Nomadland won Best Motion Picture- Drama, while Schitt’s Creek was awarded the best comedy television series.

The Queen’s Gambit won Best Miniseries or Television Film.

Streaming services dominated the Golden Globes this year, with over half of all of the awards going to Netflix. COVID-19 caused the closing of movie theaters, which led to many movies being released straight to television. With everyone stuck at home, the viewing number of streaming services greatly increased.