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Ricky Gervais Will Return as Host of Golden Globes

by AOL TV Staff, posted Apr 28th 2010 12:51PM
Ricky GervaisAccording to the the Live Feed, Ricky Gervais will host the 2011 Golden Globe Awards.

The ceremony, airing Jan. 16, 2011, on NBC, will mark Gervais' second-consecutive gig as host, following a successful run in January.

"I can't believe they invited me back after awful things I said," Gervais said in a statement. "Let's see how far I can go this time."

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Glee, Big Love, Dexter, Modern Family nominated for Golden Globes

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 15th 2009 11:46AM
Edie FalcoThe Golden Globe Award nominations were announced this morning, and now we can begin all of the "how could they forget my favorite show!" talk. Here are the TV nominees.

Best Drama: Mad Men, Dexter, House, Big Love, True Blood

Best Comedy/Musical: 30 Rock, Modern Family, Entourage, Glee, The Office

Best Actor, Drama: Michael C. Hall (Dexter), Jon Hamm (Mad Men), Simon Baker (The Mentalist), Bill Paxton (Big Love), Hugh Laurie (House)

Best Actress, Drama: Glenn Close (Damages), January Jones (Mad Men), Kyra Sedgwick (The Closer), Anna Paquin (True Blood), Juliana Margulies (The Good Wife)

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Golden Globes 2010: Best TV Drama Series Odds

by Gary Susman, posted Dec 14th 2009 10:00AM
Don't expect a whole lot of drama in the race for Best Drama Series at the Golden Globes. It would surprise no one if last year's winner, 'Mad Men' (pictured, right) repeats as a nominee and even as the eventual winner. Last year's nominees all have a similarly good shot at being recognized again when the nominations are announced on Dec. 15.

The Front Runners: 'Dexter,' 'House,' 'In Treatment' and 'True Blood,' all nominated last year, have a strong likelihood of returning.

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Golden Globes 2010: Best TV Comedy Series Odds

by Gary Susman, posted Dec 13th 2009 3:00PM
30 RockCould there be some new blood in the Best Comedy Series race at the Golden Globes this year? Could this be the year that '30 Rock' (pictured, right) is finally dethroned? A lot of strong comedy newcomers this year could make that happen. Expect to see some fresh faces when the Globe nominations are announced on Dec. 15.

The Front Runners: Besides '30 Rock,' which won last year, the class of 2009 nominees -- 'The Office,' 'Californication,' 'Entourage' and 'Weeds' -- all have the inside track on a return to the Globes ceremony this year.

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Golden Globes: Best TV Actress Odds

by Gary Susman, posted Dec 11th 2009 7:00PM
TV is often considered a medium that's especially friendly to women, both in the audience and in front of the camera. (Certainly more so than the movies, which have been all but abandoned to teenage boys.)

This year, however, there didn't seem to be as many strong roles for women on TV's comedy and drama series. The Golden Globe TV races in the Best Actress categories are especially tight this year, and few newcomers will be jockeying with veterans for the five nominations in each category that will be announced on Dec. 15.

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TV Squad's picks for The Golden Globe Awards

by Keith McDuffee, posted Jan 10th 2008 3:18PM

Of all the award ceremonies on television, the Golden Globes is probably the only one I liked watching through to the end. When you mix the stars with a sit-down dinner with booze, some of them then having to make speeches -- what's not to like?

As if lack of a huge ceremony would stop us from chiming in with our own choices in the television categories. Continue on below to see some of our writers' thoughts on the nominees, their picks for winners and some polls for you to voice your own choices.


Feel free to click through all our predictions. To begin, just click "see our predictions," below.

Alternatively, click on the box for each award and read the posts in the order you choose. Enjoy!

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Golden Globes looking unlikely

by Brad Trechak, posted Jan 4th 2008 10:42AM
Golden Globe AwardsAccording to Yahoo, the Golden Globe Awards looked a little less like as the Screen Actors Guild has stated that nearly all of its members refuse to cross the WGA Strike picket line. This makes it all the more important for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to obtain an independent deal with the WGA before the awards show is broadcast.

As previously reported on TV Squad, the HFPA was hoping to get an interim agreement with the WGA, similar to the one David Letterman and his production company Worldwide Pants obtained to continue The Late Show and The Late, Late Show with writers.

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Golden Globes wants WGA to play nice

by Brad Trechak, posted Jan 3rd 2008 9:02AM
Golden GlobesAccording to Reuters, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is in talks with the WGA to allow the Golden Globe Awards to be broadcast as planned. They are trying to get an "interim agreement" such as the one negotiated by David Letterman's company Worldwide Pants.

Letterman's agreement does pave the way for individual organizations to directly negotiate with the WGA. Since the Golden Globes are Hollywood's second biggest self-aggrandizing party (the Oscars being the first), it's easy to see how such an agreement would benefit both sides.

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Nielsen ratings for the week ending January 21

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 24th 2007 9:30AM

1. AFC Championship Post Game Show - Pats vs. Colts (CBS)
2. AFC Championship Game - Pats vs. Colts (CBS)
3. American Idol - Tues (FOX)
4. American Idol - Weds (FOX)
5. AFC Championship Post Game Show (CBS)
6. Grey's Anatomy (ABC)
7. CSI (CBS)
8. Golden Globe Awards (NBC)
9. Desperate Housewives (ABC)
10. NCIS (CBS)
11. 24 (FOX)
12. Shark (CBS)
13. Law and Order: SVU (NBC)
14. Ugly Betty (ABC)
15. CSI: NY (CBS)
16. Without A Trace (CBS)
17. Criminal Minds (CBS)
18. Extreme Makeover (ABC)
19. CSI: Miami (CBS)
20. The Unit (CBS)

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The Golden Globes: Best Television Series - Musical Or Comedy

by Richard Keller, posted Jan 10th 2007 2:30PM

The Cast of EntourageThe Golden Globes: the award season's equivalent to a Roman orgy (tastefully done, of course). No seat-holders, plenty of food and libations, and no cue-card written, inane banter between presenters. Most importantly the Globes only present awards to the actors, directors and writers and leave the accolades for best costuming, makeup, and gaffing to the Oscars.

What I like most about the Golden Globes, and subsequently the Screen Actors Guild and People's Choice Awards (the Wal-Mart of awards shows), is that they recognize both television and movies, which makes it interesting for fans of both types of media. If you're not a big movie fan then you don't have to wait too long to see who wins a television category. As I write for . . . ahem . . . TV Squad, my interests tend to lean in favor of the big video box. This is especially true when it comes to television comedies.

With that being said, my in-depth five-minute analysis of the nominees for best comedy can be found after the jump.

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Golden Globes: TV winners

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 16th 2006 10:27PM
  • Steve CarellBest Actress, Drama: Geena Davis (Commander-in-Chief)
  • Best Actor, Drama: Hugh Laurie (House)
  • Best Series, Musical or Comedy: Desperate Housewives
  • Best Actress, Musical or Comedy: Mary-Louise Parker (Weeds)
  • Best Actor, Musical or Comedy: Steve Carell (The Office)
  • Best Miniseries or Movie: Empire Falls
  • Best Actress, Miniseries or Movie: S. Epatha Merkerson (Lackawanna Blues)
  • Best Actor, Miniseries or Movie: Jonathan Rhys-Meyers (Elvis)
  • Best Supporting Actress, Series, Miniseries or Movie: Sandra Oh (Grey's Anatomy)
  • Best Supporting Actor, Series, Miniseries or Movie: Paul Newman (Empire Falls)

 

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TV Squad Live Blogging: Golden Globes red carpet

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 16th 2006 5:58PM

7:56: The Golden Globes are going to start in a few minutes, so switch on over to Cinematical and check out their blow by blow coverage! What are you waiting for? Go, go, go, go!

7:54: These red carpet arrival shows reach a point where you feel like you want to take a shower, kill someone, or just change the channel. I'm going to do the latter. 

7:53: Guiliana says that Mizrahi can touch Scarlet Johansson's boob because he's gay.

7:39: Steven Spielberg has arrived. If Mizrahi asks him about his underwear...

7:35: They cut off Reese Witherspoon! Now we'll never know who she's going to thank first if she wins.

7:33: Quote of the Night: Mizrahi, to Queen Latifah: "Speaking of chocolate/vanilla swirl, what kind of underwear are you wearing?"

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The Golden Globes? We've got you covered!

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 16th 2006 4:58PM

We'll have live blog coverage of the red carpet arrivals tonight, starting at 6. Just in case Scarlet Johansson's nipple accidentally slips out while being interviewed or someone on E! says something really stupid. We'll blog until 8, and then Cinematical takes over for the rest of the night with their live blog of the awards show. See you then! 

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