80th Golden Globe Award Winners

Short Round wins, Pinocchio wins, Spielberg wins, Everything wins.

Last year, the Golden Globes ceremony couldn’t be televised, because there was no black member in the HFPA. And that’s why, this year, Jerrod Carmichael took advantage to bring on the comedy and truth as the host (“I’m here because I’m black,” he says), and he also sees the magic inside these actors and artists.

Here are the winners of movies and television.


Best Picture (Drama): “The Fabelmans”

Best Picture (Musical/Comedy): “The Banshees of Inisherin”

Best Actor (Drama): Austin Butler in “Elvis”

Best Actress (Drama): Cate Blanchett in “Tar”

Blanchett couldn’t be here to accept this award, because she’s on production in the U.K.

Best Actor (Musical/Comedy): Colin Farrell in “The Banshees of Inisherin”

Best Actress (Musical/Comedy): Michelle Yeoh in “Everything Everywhere All At Once”

Best Supporting Actor: Ke Huy Quan in “Everything Everywhere All At Once”

Best Supporting Actress: Angela Bassett in “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”

Best Director: Steven Spielberg for “The Fabelmans”

Best Screenplay: Martin McDonagh for “The Banshees of Inisherin”

Best Original Score: Justin Hurwitz for “Babylon”

Best Original Song: “Naatu Naatu” from “RRR”

Best Animated Feature: “Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio”

I’ve said this before when “Missing Link” won, and I’m saying it again: we need to start appreciating stop-motion features more. These are animated films that are more challenging than CGI or traditional animation, and they take us to so many fascinating worlds. I may have voted “Turning Red” as the best animated film of the year, but that doesn’t mean I couldn’t see the beauty and humanity on Guillmero del Toro’s animated masterpiece.

Best Foreign Language Feature: “Argentina, 1985”


Best Television Series (Drama): “House of the Dragon”

Best Television Series (Musical/Comedy): “Abbott Elementary”

Best Miniseries or TV Movie: “The White Lotus”

Best Actor (Drama): Kevin Costner in “Yellowstone”

Costner couldn’t be here, due to a flood in Santa Barbara, so Regina Hall accepted the award on his behalf.

Best Actress (Drama): Zendaya in “Euphora”

She couldn’t be here in person to accept it, so “Top Gun: Maverick” Glen Powell and Jay Ellis took them in her honor. “It’s a good thing Tim’s not here,” says Ellis.

Best Actor (Musical/Comedy): Jeremy Allen White in “The Bear”

Best Actress (Musical/Comedy): Quinta Brunson in “Abbott Elementary”

Best Actor (Miniseries/TV Movie): Evan Peters in “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story”

Best Actress (Miniseries/TV Movie): Amanda Seyfried in “Dropout”

Seyfried couldn’t be here, so “Yellowstone” stars Cole Hauser and Mo Brings Plenty had to accept it in her honor.

Best Supporting Actor (TV Series): Tyler James Williams in “Abbott Elementary”

Best Supporting Actress (TV Series): Julia Garner in “Ozark”

Best Supporting Actor (Miniseries/TV Movie): Paul Walter Hauser in “Black Bird”

Best Supporting Actress (Miniseries/TV Movie): Jennifer Coolidge in “The White Lotus”

Cecil B. DeMille Award: Eddie Murphy

He brought the style and comedy with “SNL,” “48 Hours,” “Beverly Hills Cop,” “Trading Places,” “Coming 2 America,” “The Nutty Professor,” “Shrek,” among other hits. But then, in the middle, he mostly had bombs like “Vampire in Brooklyn,” “Pluto Nash” and “A Thousand Words.” However, “Dolemite is My Name” and “Coming 2 America” have, so far, been both proof that this comedy star has been able to redeem himself. And I hope “You People” continues to prove us that Murphy has always been the comedian and talent we all know and love.

Carol Burnett Award: Ryan Murphy

Categories: Award Winners

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: