O Golden globes are among the highest honors of the year in film and television, and this year is no exception to this rule.
With all the excitement, it's easy to get lost in the details, so here's a breakdown of everything you need to know about the 2020 Golden Globes:
When are the golden globes?
You can watch the awards on Sunday, January 5, starting at 8 pm. ET.
What channel is the program on?
The program will be broadcast on NBC.
Who is the host?
This year, comedian and actor Ricky Gervais returns as the host. This will be the fifth time he will perform the awards show.
Who can we expect to introduce?
No host has been announced yet, but the names usually appear in the days leading up to the show.
Who is indicated?
There are 25 Golden Globe categories (14 in cinema and 11 on television) and five nominees in each category, which puts us in 125 nominees. You can find the full list here, but some of the biggest names nominated this year include Jennifer Aniston for "The Morning Show", "Marriage Story" cast Jennifer Lopez for "Hustlers, " Taylor Swift for "Cats"and much more.
This year, as is the norm, featured several surprises as "The Lion King" being nominated for Best Animation Feature Film and "Joker" receiving several nods.
Of course, there were contempt as well. Robert de Niro was not nominated for his acting on "The irishman, ""Veep"was totally deleted and"War of Thrones"received only one nomination for Harrington Kit like Jon Snow.
Also of note: Meryl streep won his 32nd nomination for his role in "Big Little Lies", breaking his own record and maintaining the record of many nominations.
Who were the big winners last year?
Who chooses the winners?
Nominees and winners are selected by the Hollywood Foreign Press (HFPA), a group of approximately 90 journalists and photographers reporting on the entertainment industry. HFPA members are from around 55 different countries.