The rookie co-hosts on the Golden Globes show Sunday had their ups and downs, so perhaps the Oscars would do better to pursue proposals of going without hosts at all, especially since the job of clearing an emcee is proving ever more tenuous, as we discuss on this week’s episode of The Bart & Fleming Podcast.
If you are looking for any tea leaves or clues from last night’s Golden Globes in terms of what it means for Oscars, the answer is simple. This is, has been, and continues to be a wide open race in many ways. Expect many twists and turns to come, and don’t count anyone out quite yet.
UPDATE, 10:23 AM: As cleaners removed the last debris from the parties that went late into the wet night, the final numbers for the 76th Golden Globe Awards are now in – and they are a mixed bag for NBC and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Looking until the final minutes like it may go into overtime and delay the start of the Golden Globes, last night's NFL wild card playoff game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears was a solid winner for not just the current Super Bowl champions but also the NFL and NBC.
The Golden Globes mostly spread the love among its film and TV winners Sunday, but several big names and big movies and television titles were left off the winners’ podium. Here’s a list of some of the biggest surprises of the night:
Universal Pictures scooped studio bragging rights with four wins at the Golden Globes on Sunday — three for Green Book and another for First Man. Netflix and FX tied on the TV side with three wins apiece.
Annapurna and Fox grabbed two Globes apiece Sunday night, with Amazon Prime Video’s two wins making it the only oth…