The Golden Globes mark their big return to television after a swarm of controversies culminated in a private ceremony last year. With nominations for the 2023 event coming soon, we’ll tell you how to keep up to date with the latest.
Earlier this week it was announced that comedian Jerrod Carmichael would take the stage as this year’s host – just months after five-time host Ricky Gervais said “fuck that” to a fan who told him suggested coming back to the awards show.
Last year, NBC scrapped the Golden Globes and opted for a private event after allegations of racism and sexual harassment plagued the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the organization behind the awards show. However, they are now returning under a one-year deal “which allows the HFPA and DCP to explore new domestic and global distribution opportunities on a variety of platforms in the future,” per Variety.
This year’s nominations will be presented by George Lopez and his daughter, Mayan Lopez, who both star in the new sitcom Lopez versus Lopez. Here’s everything we know about how you can watch it:
HOW TO VIEW THE GOLDEN GLOBES NOMINATIONS:
You’ll soon find out if your favorite shows and movies have been nominated for a Golden Globe! The nominees for this year’s ceremony, which will be announced on Monday, December 12, will be revealed live on Today’s show starting at 8:35 a.m. ET / 5:35 a.m. PT on NBC.
The Golden Globes will also share nominees as they arrive on their social media accounts and post a full list of 2023 nominees on their website, GoldenGlobes.com.
WHEN ARE THE GOLDEN GLOBES?
The Golden Globes will take place on January 10, 2023 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT. Those with cable can watch the live stream, which will take place on NBC. For those who have officially cut the cord, or just prefer streaming, you can watch the awards show live on Peacock.
New York Post