Golden Globes 2024: How to watch and everything else you need to know about the awards

This will be the first Golden Globes to be organized without the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, meaning there will be several changes to the ceremony

Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling
Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling attend the European premiere of "Barbie" in London, Britain July 12, 2023.MAJA SMIEJKOWSKA (REUTERS)

During the last few years, the Golden Globes faced criticism for the lack of ethnic diversity among the members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), the group that founded and produced the awards ceremony. In 2021, a boycott led by media companies, actors and other creatives, caused the ceremony to be held privately and without a television broadcast. Although the 2022 ceremony seemed a return to normalcy, the HFPA eventually disbanded, and was purchased by Dick Clark Productions and Eldridge Industries, in turn owned by the billionaire Todd Boehly, who now are the organizers of the event.

This change in leadership is also leading to some changes during the ceremony, including the addition of two new categories, and a change in the list of nominees. Here’s all you need to know about the event:

When are the Golden Globes 2024?

The 81st Golden Globe Awards will be held on Sunday, January 7, 2024. They are presented live from The Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

How to watch the Golden Globes 2024 live?

The ceremony will be broadcast on CBS at 5.00 p.m. PT/8.00 p.m. ET. CBS stated that it will air the show on its app and stream on Paramount+. However, only Paramount+ subscribers with the Showtime add on will be able to watch it live.

Who will host the Golden Globes 2024?

American stand-up comedian Jo Koy will host the ceremony. Koy is known for its observational black comedy and has produced several stand-up specials for Comedy Central and Netflix, the most recent being Live from the LA Forum for Netflix. He’s also a screen and voice actor. After the announcement, Koy said that hosting the Globes was a childhood dream and that he wants to inspire the Asian community.

Golden Globes 2024 presenters

The event has announced the presenters who will give out the Awards. These include Amanda Seyfried, America Ferrera, Andra Day, Angela Bassett, Annette Bening, Ben Affleck, Daniel Kaluuya, Don Cheadle, Dua Lipa, Elizabeth Banks, Florence Pugh, Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias, Gabriel Macht, George Lopez, Hailee Steinfeld, Hunter Schafer, Issa Rae, Jared Leto, Jodie Foster, Jon Batiste, Jonathan Bailey, Julia Garner, Justin Hartley, Kate Beckinsale, Keri Russell, Kevin Costner, Mark Hamill, Matt Damon, Michelle Yeoh, Naomi Watts, Oprah Winfrey, Orlando Bloom, Patrick J. Adams, Ray Romano, Rose McIver, Shameik Moore, Simu Liu, Utkarsh Ambudkar and Will Ferrell.

Golden Globes 2024 nominees

Barbie, directed by Greta Gerwig, is the most nominated film with 9 nods, while Succession has the same number of nominations in the TV drama categories. Oppenheimer, the biopic about the creator of the atomic bomb, got 8 nominations, followed by Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon and Yorgos Lanthimos’ Poor Things, with 7 each. The Bear and Only Murders in the Building got 5 nods, dominating the TV comedy categories.

Here’s the complete list of nominees.

Golden Globes 2024 changes

The 81st Golden Globe Awards are the first to be produced by Dick Clark Productions after the company acquired the assets of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, including the awards ceremony. It will also be the first to air live on CBS in the United States since 1982.

The ceremony has two new categories: “Cinematic and Box Office Achievement”, which will award the best film that grossed at least $100 million domestically and $150 million worldwide, and “Best Performance in Stand-Up Comedy on Television”. However, this year, the Cecil B. DeMille Award and the Carol Burnett Award will not be presented, but they’re expected to return in the future, according to Executive Vice President Tim Gray, who also announced that the categories would only have 5 nominees instead of 6.

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