Ratings: Golden Globes Slip vs. 2015 — Who Should Host Next Year?
NBC’s broadcast of the 2016 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night drew 15.5 million total viewers and a 4.7 demo rating (per fast nationals subject to adjustment), down READ MORE
Golden Globes 2016: Best, Worst and Most Outrageous Moments
How do you win at the Golden Globes when you go home empty-handed? READ MORE
Taraji P. Henson Wins Best Actress in a Drama at 2016 Golden Globes
For the record, we wouldn’t want to mess with any of the women nominated for Best Actress in a Drama Series at Sunday’s Golden Globes. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Mr. Robot Wins Best Drama Series at 2016 Golden Globes — Watch Video
Here’s an irrelevant fact: All of the shows nominated for Best Drama at Sunday’s Golden Globes are currently on hiatus. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Lady Gaga Wins Golden Globe for Hotel — Watch Video of Her Speech
Raise your hand if you’re surprised that Lady Gaga won Best Actress in a Limited Series or TV-Movie during Sunday’s Golden Globes. (Note: Our collective hand remains down.) READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Jon Hamm Wins Best Actor in a Drama at 2016 Golden Globes
An ad man, a hacker, a drug lord, a lawyer and a fixer went head to head during Sunday’s Golden Globes. Frankly, we’re just lucky they all came out alive. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Mozart In the Jungle Takes Home 2 Big Awards at 2016 Golden Globes
The Best Comedy or Musical Series category was no laughing matter at Sunday’s Golden Globes. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Rachel Bloom Wins Best Actress in a Comedy at 2016 Golden Globes — Watch Video
Five of the small screen’s funniest ladies entered the fray during Sunday’s Golden Globes, but only one emerged crazy-victorious. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Golden Globes: Mr. Robot and Mozart Win Big; Taraji P. Henson, Lady Gaga, Jon Hamm, Rachel Bloom Grab Gold
A superhacker and a magnificent maestro were the big winners on Sunday night at the 73rd Golden Globe Awards. READ MORE
Golden Globes 2016: Ricky Gervais' Opening Monologue — Grade It!
During the lead-up to the 73rd annual Golden Globe awards, returning host Ricky Gervais made a point of reminding journalists of his guiding principle: Offense is taken, not given. READ MORE & GRADE IT!