On Thursday morning, the awards season will officially begin with the 2019 Golden Globes nominations. The presentation starts at 8:15; you can watch here or the live stream above. At 8:34, NBC's "Today" will air the last batch of nominees.
There are already a lot of questions: how much is the film "A star is born", adored by critics, will it clean in the drama category? Will films such as "Green Book" and "First Man" overcome a disappointing box office begin to become voters' favorites? On the television side, Hulu's "The Handmaid's Tale" and "The Marvelous Mrs." Maisel "from Amazon will they be recurrent laureates? Does anyone have a chance against HBO's "Sharp Objects" star, Patricia Clarkson, in the run of support actresses?
In addition to the possible head nods for films that have not yet been released to the general public ("Vice", "Mary Poppins Returns"), look for some box office successes to attract attention: namely " Black Panther "and" Crazy Rich Asians. "And maybe, if voters are warned," Paddington 2. "
Andy Samberg (NBC's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine") and Sandra Oh ("Killing Eve" from BBC America) will host the 76th Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, January 6th on NBC.
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