Ready or not, the awards shows are coming, and the
WHAT TIME DOES THE SHOW START? AND ON WHAT CHANNEL?
The ceremony, taking place at its usual locale, the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, will air live from coast to coast on NBC from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Pacific time.
WHO IS HOSTING?
“The Tonight Show” host
"The Golden Globes are exciting for me to host because I get to wear this tuxedo I'm already practicing wearing every single night and just handing out awards to random people," Fallon quipped in a TV spot.
Incidentally, the funnyman has won four Primetime Emmy Awards, but has yet to be nominated for a Golden Globe.
WHO ARE THE NOMINEES?
In film, "Hacksaw Ridge," "Hell or High Water," "Lion," "Manchester by the Sea" and "Moonlight" were nominated for best drama picture, and "20th Century Women," "Deadpool," "Florence Foster Jenkins," "La La Land" and "Sing Street" were nominated for musical or comedy picture category.
In television, "The Crown," "Game of Thrones," "Stranger Things," "This Is Us" and "Westworld" earned nods in the drama category, while "Atlanta," "black-ish," "Mozart in the Jungle," "Transparent" and "Veep" were selected among the year's best comedies. "American Crime," "The Dresser," "The Night Manager," "The Night Of" and "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" are up for limited series or TV movie.
A notable mention goes out to "Florence Foster Jenkins" star Meryl Streep, who is set to attend the show as this year's recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award for "outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment." The 67-year-old actress — a three-time Oscar winner — has earned 29 Golden Globe nominations in her 40-plus year career in film and has won eight.
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WHAT ARE YOUR PREDICTIONS?
Los Angeles Times resident awards expert Glenn Whipp outlined his picks for this year's winners, explaining why he was torn over two best drama nominees and why the TV winners usually provide the evening's best fodder.
It’s a toss-up between two critically acclaimed indie dramas: The safer pick is grief-stricken “Manchester by the Sea,” but the coming-of-age tale “Moonlight” appears to be a movie of the moment. In the film acting races, Whipp suspects that “Manchester” star
Sorry, “Deadpool.” The musical “La La Land” is expected to win big across the musical or comedy categories, including best lead actor and actress for its headliners, Ryan Gosling and
In television drama, Netflix’s
In TV comedy, move over, "Mr. Robot." FX's rookie series "Atlanta" is expected to take the top honor, with its star Donald Glover winning the best actor race. Issa Rae of "Insecure" may follow in the footsteps of best actress predecessors Gina Rodriguez and Rachel Bloom if the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. repeats its tradition of awarding newcomers in television.
As for the mini-series and TV movies category, Emmy darling "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" and "The Night Manager" lead the TV nominees with five and four nominations apiece, respectively.
Here are the story lines to watch out for.
WHO ARE THE PRESENTERS?
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. is once again tapping Hollywood's finest to dole out the awards. Here are this year's star-studded presenters — in the order they were announced — with a few nominees and previous winners thrown in for good measure:
Batch No. 1:
Batch No. 2: Ben Affleck and brother Casey Affleck,
Stay tuned for more presenters and details as they emerge.