This Sunday, the 2019 awards season kicks off with the Golden Globes. Andy Samberg, of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” and Sandra Oh, of “Killing Eve,” are this year's hosts.
Here's our guide for how to watch the 76th Annual Golden Globes so that you don’t miss a single fashion faux-pas or tear-inducing speech.
Watch on TV
The ceremony will be aired on NBC and the ceremony will begin Sunday, Jan. 6, at 8 p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST.
What TV channel is the Golden Globes on?
The ceremony will be aired on NBC.
What time do the Golden Globes start?
The ceremony will begin at 8 p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST.
How to stream the Golden Globes
Last year's Golden Globes marked the first year that the show was live streamed via NBC live. This year, not only can viewers live stream the ceremony on the NBC website and app, but also watch the best moments of the Golden Globe Awards on your phone with “Golden Globes Highlights” on NBC Snapchat’s Discover page.
If you have a cable or satellite subscription, you can tune into NBC Live anywhere you have a Wifi connection. Or, for the cord cutters out there, tune in via various streaming services, such as DirectTV Now, Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, etc.
Golden Globes Pre-Show
For many, the best part of the awards ceremony is seeing all the gorgeous — and not so gorgeous — outfits. And the best way to catch the carpet is via E! Live From the Red Carpet: The 2019 Golden Globe Awards, with hosts Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic. Red Carpet Live with E! will start at 6 p.m. EST/3 p.m. PST and NBC red carpet coverage will begin at 7 p.m. EST/4 p.m. PST.
Stream Golden Globes Red Carpet
You can catch all the Red Carpet coverage from any of the streaming and viewing options above starting at 6 p.m. EST/3 p.m. PST.
Golden Globes Order of Awards
- Best actress in a limited series or television movie
- Best supporting actor in any motion picture
- Best actress in a TV series - musical/comedy
Best actress in a TV series - drama
Best actor in a TV series - drama
Best TV series - drama
Best supporting actor in a series, limited series or TV film
Best original score
Best original song
Best actor - comedy/musical
Best supporting actress in a series, limited series or TV film
Best animated film
Best supporting actress in any motion picture
Best foreign film
Best actor in a miniseries or TV movie
Best TV series - comedy
Best actor in a TV series - musical/comedy
Best film director
Best miniseries or TV movie
Best actress in a film - comedy/musical
Best film - comedy/musical
Best actor - drama
Best actress - drama
Best film - drama
The TV Races to Watch
While TV casts are usually joked about being seated in the nosebleed section, some of the most highly anticipated and competitive races are in that category.
Best Television Series for Drama with “Killing Eve” and “The Bodyguard,” are both vying for a golden statue. Sandra Oh is also nominated for best actress for her role in “Killing Eve.” In the Best Television Series for a Musical or Comedy, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” is competing again, this year against new series “Barry” and “the Kominsky Method.” “Maisel” won two awards last year, with star Rachel Brosnahan championing women's stories in her viral speech.
Big Film Races to See
IMDB predicts that "A Star is Born" and "Green Book" will win for Best Motion Picture in a Drama and Comedy or Musical, respectfully. However, critics favorite “The Favourite” and “Vice,” as well as box office hits “Crazy Rich Asians” and “Black Panther” for the best Motion Picture categories.
A “Star is Born” is also in the Best Actress category with Lady Gaga nominated, however Glenn Close, “The Wife,” and Nicole Kidman, “Destroyer,” also pose strong competition.
Look For Female Directors Nominated
Last year, Natalie Portman presented the award for best Director of a Motion Picture and called attention to gender inequality when she announced "Here are the all-male nominees" for the category. And this year, we see another 100 percent masculine round of nominees with female director hopefuls like Karyn Kuasama, “Destroyer,” and Josie Rourke, “Mary Queen of Scotts,” left without any nominations.
Since the first Golden Globe Awards in 1944, only 5 female directors have been nominated with only Barbra Streisand winning in 1984 for her direction of “Yentl.”
New Awards to Check-Out
Carol Burnett will receive the inaugural Carol Burnett Award which recognizes individuals that have left a major impact on television. Her best known work is for the “Carol Burnett Show,” which received 25 Emmy Awards over its 11 year run. Burnett herself already has a Kennedy Center Honor, the Mark Twain Prize for Humor, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
For the Red Carpet Live with E! Use the hashtag #ERedCarpet and for the ceremony itself use the hashtag #GoldenGlobes.
CORRECTION (Jan. 6, 2019, 10 a.m. ET): An earlier version of this article misstated one of the ways in which the Globes ceremony can be watched live on the internet. Though the ceremony will be available on NBC Live for those with a cable or satellite subscription, it will not be live-streamed on the NBC Facebook page.