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Golden Globes: Catherine O'Hara wins for 'Schitt's Creek'

The Golden Globes get off to an awkward start amid controversy, while honoring Black stars • See the full list of winners • A movie set in Arkansas is vying for best foreign-language film. Here's why that's controversial

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How to watch the show tonight

The Golden Globes will unofficially kickoff Hollywood's award season on Sunday, but the event will look a little different this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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78th Golden Globes will be unlike any other in its history

In the 30 years Melissa Trueblood has worked in production, she's seen it all -- even if she claims she doesn't have the coolest stories. But 2021 has dealt her one of her tallest orders yet: to help the Golden Globes put on, essentially, three shows in one night.

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Amy Poehler has a few questions before hosting

Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are excited to return as hosts of the Golden Globes this year, but Poehler says there are outstanding details they need to figure out before the two take the stage.

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Opinion: How the Golden Globes missed the mark

Two years ago the Golden Globes were a site of feminist political action: in the wake of the widespread sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein (whose trial for multiple charges of sexual assault and rape begins today) -- followed by accusations made against Kevin Spacey, Louis CK, and numerous other famous men -- many stars dressed in all black to display their support for the #MeToo and #TimesUp campaigns. (Weinstein and Spacey have denied all allegations, while CK has admitted to sexually harassing women). Some actors went further than symbolic gestures: Michelle Williams brought #MeToo founder Tarana Burke to the event, and she wasn't the only one who invited an activist as a plus one. Seth Meyers addressed the "elephant not in the room" (Weinstein) head-on, and even joked at his own expense about the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's (HPFA) choice of a man as host. Finally, several female actors called out gender inequality, most notably Natalie Portman in a simple, but beautifully effective commentary during her listing of the best director nominees: "And here are all the male nominees."

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