The 2021 Golden Globes could liberally be depicted as a wreck; reports itemized an absence of enrollment variety and sketchy advantages, while widely praised shows like I May Destroy You passed up selections. In addition, the Tina Fey and Amy Poehler-facilitated hoedown was held essentially over Zoom, making some abnormal minutes and intriguing closet decisions. All things considered, grants were passed out eventually and the night’s greatest victor was Netflix, as streaming organizations keep on overwhelming during the pandemic.
Netflix’s The Crown brought home four honors for Best Television Series Drama, Best Actor (Josh O’Connor), Best Actress (Emma Corrin), and Best Supporting Actress (Gillian Anderson). The Queen’s Gambit won two, including Best Television Limited Series and Best Actress (Anya Taylor-Joy). Other Netflix grants included Best Screenplay for Trial of the Chicago 7, Rosamund Pike for I Care a Lot (Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical), and the late Chadwick Boseman winning Best Actor for Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.
Nomadland from Searchlight Pictures (spilling on Hulu) was the other huge victor, taking Best Picture and Best Director (Chloe Zhao). Still, on the film side, Get Out’s Daniel Kaluuya took Best Supporting Actor for Warner Bros.’ Judas and the Black Messiah (on HBO Max). Minari (just accessible for buy through Amazon Prime, Google Play, and others) took Best Foreign Film, regardless of being set and recorded in the US by American movie producer Lee Isaac Chung.
Amazon Studios gathered three honors, including two for Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (Best Picture, Comedy or Musical, and Sacha Baron Cohen for Best Actor). Apple TV+ won a solitary honor for Jason Sudeikis, who took the Best Actor in a Comedy TV Series for Ted Lasso.
On the non-streaming side, Schitt’s Creek was the greatest champ on that side with two honors, while Mark Ruffalo won Best Actor in a Limited Series for HBO’s I Know This Much is True. Regardless of whether streaming can remain on top when the pandemic breezes down-stay not yet clear, however ideally COVID-19 will be for the most part behind us by the 2022 Golden Globes.
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