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
Orange Is the New Black Submitting as Drama, Not Comedy, for Golden Globes, Emmy Races
Orange Is the New…drama?
Apparently so, now that Netflix has scrapped its original plan to enter the buzzy freshman prison series in the comedy categories for next year’s Emmy and Golden Globes award races, instead …READ MORE
Ratings: Golden Globes Hit Six-Year High, Good Wife Eyes Uptick, ABC Dramas Down
NBC’s broadcast of the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night delivered 19.7 million total viewers and a 6.4 demo rating, up 17 and 28 percent versus last year’s Ricky Gervais three-peat.
In fact, that marks the Globes’ best tallies …READ MORE
Jodie Foster's 'Coming Out' Speech at the Globes: Stirring, Strange or Simply Scolding?
No matter how you felt about Jodie Foster’s speech accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Award at Sunday Night’s Golden Globe Awards, you can’t exactly call it boring.
In a freewheeling, nearly seven-minute talk, Foster publicly acknowledged that she is, in fact, a lesbian, explaining how …READ MORE, WATCH VIDEO & TAKE OUR POLL
Golden Globes 2013: Best and Worst Moments
The 2013 Golden Globes are in the books — but there are still more winners and losers to be declared in the court of water-cooler opinion. And no, I’m not just talking about crowning Lucy Liu as the night’s ballgown champion (though, obviously, that title should be hers and hers alone).
Rather, I’m talking about the …READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Backstage at the Golden Globes: Who Said What?
You’ve already heard what this year’s Golden Globe winners said on stage as they thanked all (and sometimes all) of the people who made their gold-grab possible. But what did they each share backstage after laying claim to their shiny new statuette?
TVLine was in the press room …READ THE WINNERS’ REACTIONS
Golden Globes 2013: Homeland, Game Change and Girls Win Big
The 70th annual Golden Globe Awards were held Sunday night in Los Angeles at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, and Showtime’s Homeland and HBO’s Game Change led the TV pack with three wins each. HBO’s Girls followed with two wins.
Here is the complete list of winners …VIEW LIST OF WINNERS
Golden Globes 2013: We're Live-Blogging 'Em!
Do not adjust your dial. That recurring fantasy you’ve had about Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosting a major network awards show — the one that you have every time the duo gets behind a podium together — has finally come true. Welcome to the Golden Globes 2013, a place where there’ll (hopefully) be lizzing without judgment and not a single blerg in sight.
Will Fey & Poehler live up to the hype (and the extra jaunty promos)? Well, I’ll certainly be rooting for the funny ladies as I live-blog the telecast from …READ MORE
Ausiello's Exclusive Golden Globes Photo Diary!
When TV’s best get glitzed up and awards-hungry, Michael Ausiello is there.
TVLine’s intrepid editor-in-chief once again was invited to attend the Golden Globes, which meant gasp-worthy access to Hollywood’s biggest party — and of course, he couldn’t wait to share it all with you. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS