While much of 2023 in Hollywood was dominated by labor strikes and negotiations, the film and TV industry are finally heading into a full-fledged awards season. November marked the return of the Gotham Film Awards, and 2024 will herald the return of the delayed Primetime Emmys, Oscars, and and more.

First up are the Golden Globe Awards, which will take place on January 7, 2024 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. The 81st Golden Globes will air live on CBS and award both film and television selected by 310 international journalists after the Hollywood Foreign Press Association dissolved and redistributed its assets. The 2024 ceremony will introduce two new awards: Cinematic and Box Office Achievement in Motion Pictures, and Best Performance in Stand-Up Comedy on Television. Glenn Weiss and Ricky Kirshner of White Cherry Entertainment (WCE) will serve as executive-producing showrunners for the 81st Annual Golden Globe Awards, with Weiss directing.

Cedric “The Entertainer” and Wilmer Valderrama announced the nominees on Monday, December 11, 2023, for all major film and TV categories. While some titles and names were expected, others offered surprises (good and bad) for unexpected inclusions or omissions. You can find the full list of Golden Globe nominees here, but for a crash course in the biggest snubs and surprises, read on.

The Golden Globes are owned by Dick Clark Productions and Eldridge. IndieWires parent company, Penske Media, subsequently acquired Dick Clark Productions in a joint venture with Eldridge.

Marcus Jones, Erin Strecker, and Ben Travers contributed to this article.



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