So the Award Season is upon us (Hollywood), and anyone who knows me knows these are my favourite part of the year. Last night was the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards that saw stars of movie and television in Hollywood were assembled in Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel for the big night of the awards season. I, for one liked the nominations and felt the awards could have gone no other way. Here is a rundown of what went down, what I expected, who and what movie won and my fave moments of the night.

The first award of the night for Best supporting actor in a motion Picture went to Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Kick-Ass) for his role in “Nocturnal Animals”. Priyanka Chopra and Jeffrey Dean Morgan handed out the next award for Best Actor in a Television Series to Billy Bob Thornton for his role in “Goliath”. The award for Best Actress in a Television Comedy went to Tracee Ellis Ross for her role in “Black-ish”. Best Television Series: Musical or Comedy went to Donald Glover’s Series “Atlanta”. Sticking with the Television categories, the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie went to Sarah Paulson for her role in “The People vs. O.J Simpson” the same role for which she won an Emmy in September 2016. “The People vs. O.J Simpson” garnered another award for Best Limited Series or TV Movie.  Hugh Laurie took the award for the Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie for his role in “The Night Manager”. It was time for the music-based award and the winner for Best Original Score went to Justin Hurwitz who secured the first award of the night for “La La Land”. Best Original Song also went to “La La Land” for the track “City of Stars”. The award for the Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture went to Viola Davis (How to get away with Murder) for her role alongside Denzel Washington in “Fences”. The award for the Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Limited Series or TV Movie, which went to Olivia Colman for her role in “The Night Manager”. Ryan Gosling won the award for Best Actor in Musical or Comedy for his role in “La La Land”. For Best Screenplay, the award went to Damien Chazelle. For Best animated File Category, “Zootopia” won amongst animations like “Moana”, “Kubo and the Two strings”, “My Life as a Zucchini”, “Sing”. The Golden Globes for the Best Foreign Language Film, which went to France’s “Elle”, Starring Isabelle Huppert. Tom Hiddleston garnered the award for the Best Actor in a TV Series: Drama, bringing home a third Globe for “The Night Manager”. For the Best Actress in a TV Series: Drama, went to “The Crown” star Claire Foy beating out starts from “The Americans”, “Stranger Things” and “Westworld”. “The Crown” also won for Best TV Series besting out “The Game of Thrones”, “Westworld”. Meryl Streep won the Cecil B. DeMille Award for Lifetime Achievement. Director of “La La Land” Damien Chazelle took home the Golden Globe for Best Director, while Donald Glover won for Best Actor in a Television Series: Musical or Comedy. Emma Stone took home the award for Best actress in a Motion Picture: Musical or Comedy for her role in “La La Land”. “La La Land” took home its last award for the night as it won the Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy. “Elle” star Isabelle Huppert won the Globe for Best Actress in a Motion Picture: Drama. “Manchester by the Sea” star Casey Affleck won the award for Best Action Motion Picture: Drama. The Final award for the night, Best Motion Picture went to indie drama “Moonlight” directed by Barry Jenkins

If you watched the awards last night, let me know what were your favourite wins and losses of the night. I personally would have loved Deadpool to win the Best Motion Picture: Musical or Comedy and Ryan Reynolds for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture: Musical or Comedy but still Ryan Gosling deserved it. 
The SAG Awards will be aired on the January 29, 2017.

The Oscar nominations will be coming out January 24, 2017.

Stay tuned for updates and reviews.

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