Ratings: Golden Globes Hit 7-Year High, Good Wife Eyes a Possible High, Betrayal Ticks Up
NBC’s broadcast of the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night drew 20.9 million total viewers and a 6.5 demo rating (per final numbers ordered by NBC), rising 6 percent and a tenth versus 2013 to hit 10- and 7-year highs. READ MORE
Golden Globes 2014: The Best & Wildest Moments
The 2014 Golden Globes telecast certainly served up its fair share of surprises — heck, we’re pretty sure Jacqueline Bisset’s gonna think her friends are pulling her leg when she checks her voice mail messages Monday morning — but everyone knows that winners and losers extend beyond what went down at the podium. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
E! Apologizes for 'Insensitive' Michael J. Fox 'Fun Fact' During Golden Globes Pre-Show
The E! cable channel has apologized for classifying TV legend Michael J. Fox‘s Parkinson’s diagnosis as a “Fun Fact” during its coverage of the Golden Globe Awards red carpet arrivals. READ MORE
Golden Globes: What the Winners Said Backstage -- Including Jacqueline Bisset's 'Explanation'
It’s an honor to be nominated, sure, but wowza, is it fun — and occasionally disorienting — to win.
TVLine was backstage as the winners at this year’s Golden Globe Awards had a (brief) moment to process their good fortune …READ MORE
Golden Globes 2014: Rate Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's Opening Monologue!
“They’re so good at it, it’s weird.” So said nominee Melissa McCarthy on the red carpet tonight, when asked about 2014 Golden Globes hosts Amy Poehler and Tina Fey — emceeing Hollywood’s most unpredictable (or at least its most inebriated) kudosfest for the second year running. READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL
Golden Globes: Breaking Bad, Amy Poehler, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Candelabra Score Big Wins
The 71st annual Golden Globe Awards were held Sunday night in Los Angeles at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, with Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation) and Tina Fey (30 Rock) returning as heavenly hosts.
AMC’s dearly departed Breaking Bad led all TV dramas …READ MORE & VIEW WINNERS
Golden Globes: Who Should Win, Who Will Win
Something you need to know before you dive into my predictions for the 2014 Golden Globe Awards: In the 13-plus years I’ve been doing this, I have never once been wrong. Save for in 2002 when Charlie Sheen won for Spin City. And 2008 when David Duchovny snagged a trophy for Californication. And 2012 when Kelsey Grammer triumphed for Boss. And… my point is this: READ MORE & VIEW WISH LIST & PREDICTIONS
Orphan Black's Tatiana Maslany Talks 'Shocking' Golden Globe Nomination, Previews Season 2
Orphan Black chameleon Tatiana Maslany can add another amazing descriptive to her impressive breakout year: Golden Globe Award nominee.
After wowing audiences with her multiple performances in BBC America’s clone thriller …READ MORE
Golden Globe Nods 2014: The 30 Biggest Snubs!
By virtue of their insistence on lumping together supporting performances from comedies, dramas, miniseries and movies, the Golden Globes nominations are always an inherently snubby affair.
So, while the 2014 lineup has its fair share of happy surprises — Tatiana Maslany! Monica Potter! — there are still enough glaring insults to leave us scalding with rage. (“Umm, hello? Hollywood Foreign Press? Were you …READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Golden Globes: House of Cards, The Good Wife, Candelabra and Breaking Bad Lead Noms; Parks & Rec, Brooklyn, Spader and Maslany Score Nods
Nominations for the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards were announced Thursday morning in Beverly Hills …READ MORE & VIEW NOMINATIONS