As award season in Hollywood gets a bit of a late start, the Golden Globe Awards broadcasts the 78th annual gala from Los Angeles and New York City; along with appearances from actors around the world.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler return to host the ceremonies.

The Golden Globe Awards are presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

Golden Globe winner Laura Dern presents the first award of the night for Best Supporting Actor in a Film to Daneil Kaluuya for his role in “Judah and the Black Messiah”. Technical difficulties caused a delay in the acceptance speech.

Angela Bassett presents the award for Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series to John Boyega for his role in “Small Axe”.

Christian Slater presents the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Comedy or Musical Television Series to Catherine O’Hara for her role in “Schitt’s Creek”.

Tiffany Haddish presented the award for Best Animated Feature Film to “Soul”.

After some backlash over the lack of journalists of colour, the HFPA has pledged to recruit a more diverse membership.

The award for Best Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology or Made for TV Movie went to Mark Ruffalo for his role in “I Know This Much is True”.

Cynthia Erivo presented the award for Best Motion Picture Screenplay went to Aaron Sorkin for “The Trial of the Chicago 7”.

This year’s Golden Globe Ambassadors are the son and daughter of filmmaker Spike Lee.

The Golden Globes presented television series creator Norman Lear with the Carol Burnett Award. The 98 year old Lear said that he could not feel more blessed; adding that no one made him laugh more than Carol Burnett. Lear noted that he would not be the person he is had it not been for all the partners and colleagues he has had through the years. He ended his remarks with “so glad we had this time together”, the song Carol Burnett ended her shows with.

The award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Drama Television Series went to Emma Corrin for her role in “The Crown”.

Tracy Morgan presented the award for Best Origin Song for a Motion Picture went to Diane Warren and Laura Pausini for “Io Si” (Seen) form “The Life Ahead”.

The award for Best Original Score went to the creators of the music for “Soul”.

The award for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Television Series went to Jason Sudeikis for his role in “Ted Lasso”.

The award for Best Musical or Comedy Television Series went to “”Schitt’s Creek”.

The award for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Film went to Rosamund Pike for her role in “I Car a Lot”.

The award for Best Actor in a Television Drama went to Josh O’Connor for his role in “The Crown”.

“Wonder Woman” Gal Gadot presented the award for “Best Foreign Language Film to “Minari” – a Korean language film made in the USA.

The award for Best Television Drama Series went to “The Crown”.

The HFPA presented Jane Fonda with the Cecile B. DeMille Award for her lifetime of acting and activism. Fonda said that she was moved to win the award. She noted that in all our diversity, we are human first. She spoke on many of the nominated productions and how they made her to be more aware and awakened. She noted to, the lack of inclusivity in the entertainment business.

Jamie Lee Curtis presented the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Film to Jodie Foster for her role in “The Mauritanian”. Asking whether they made a mistake, Foster said that she never expected to be there again.

The award for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series went to Gillian Anderson for her role in “The Crown”.

The award for Best Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology, or Made for Television Film went to Anya Taylor-Joy for her role in “The Queen’s Gambit”.

The award for Best Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Made for Television Series went to “
The Queen’s Gambit”.

The award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama went to Chadwick Bozeman for his role in “Marainey’s Black Bottom”. Bozeman’s wife accepted the posthumous award.

The award for Best Motion Picture Director went to Chloe Zhao for “Nomadland”. Zhao was one of three female directors nominated for the award. This marks the first time three women were nominated in the category.

The award for Best Musical or Comedy Motion Picture went to “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm”.

The award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy went to Sacha Baron Cohen for “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm”.

The award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama went to Andra Day for her role in “The United States vs Billie Holiday”.

The final award of the night was for Best Motion Picture Drama went to “Nomadland”.