Golden Globe nominations have been announced, and several movies and television shows have garnered multiple nominations.
Netflix continues to dominate as a film and television distributor, with nine and 14 nominations, respectively.
Searchlight Pictures topped the movie nominations with “The Banshees of Inisherin”, which garnered eight nominations.
HBO Max and Netflix topped the television nominations with “Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” and “The Crown”, which helped garner 14 votes for the streaming service.
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Evan Peters, who portrayed real-life serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer in the one-season series “Dahmer,” was nominated for Best Actor in a Miniseries, Anthology Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television, while star Niecy Nash was nominated in the same category but for one actor.
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Nash will face both Jennifer Coolidge and Aubrey Plaza from “The White Lotus” in this category.
After five seasons, Kevin Costner’s role as John Dutton in “Yellowstone” finally earned him a nomination for Best Actor in a TV Series (DRAMA). Jeff Bridges will face off against Diego Luna, Bob Odenkirk and Adam Scott.
ABC’s “Abbot Elementary,” starring Quinta Brunson, earned five nominations, including individual thanks to its four actors: Brunson, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Janelle James, and Tyler James Williams.
Several of the top-grossing films of 2022 were also nominated. The Best Picture (Drama) category included “Top Gun: Maverick”, “Avatar: The Way of Water”, “Elvis”, “Tár” and “The Fabelmans”.
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Best Actor (Drama) nominees include Brendan Fraser for “The Whale.” She had previously stated that she would not attend the awards ceremony in 2003 after she alleged she had been groped by Philip Berk, a former member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) and the organization’s former president.
The show will air on January 10 with host Jerrod Carmichael. Due to a 2021 Los Angeles Times investigation that revealed he was not a Black member of the HFPA at the time, a disclosure combined with other allegations of ethical impropriety said many stars and studios would boycott the show. NBC canceled the broadcast last year and restructured its contract for this year’s show.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.