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Globes Winner: Justin Hurwitz, Best Score For First Man

Bearing in mind that tonights Golden Globe Awards winners only reflect the will of 93 journalists from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the Globes have been something of a harbinger for the Oscars and Emmys that are voted on by showbiz pros. So despite the flimsy criteria behind these trophies, tonights results will create momentum just before the Oscar nomination process begins, and we might get some clarity in what so far has been a wide-open season.

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There will be a lot of attention focused on hosts Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh, especially in light of the ongoing Oscar host debacle that has left Oscar looking at possibly its first no-host telecast in many years. We will see whether the respective Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Killing Eve stars can build on the chemistry they showed at the Emmys in September.

Also worth keeping an eye on is a rare double for awards darlings Regina King and Amy Adams who are facing each other in two different categories, supporting actress in a motion picture and actress in a limited series or TV.

Handling our live blog tonight are Deadline co-editors in chief Nellie Andreeva and Mike Fleming Jr and AwardsLine chief editor Joe Utichi. Let the pageantry begin!

Joe Utichi January 6, 20196:04 pm

Nancy on Burnett: “The tribute montage featured Burnetts trademark Tarzan yell, and clips from iconic sketches on The Carol Burnett Show including the Mrs Wiggins bit with Tim Conway, Burett as Scarlett OHara opposite Harvey Korman and as Eunice with Vicki Lawrence as Mama”

Joe Utichi January 6, 20196:04 pm

WINNER – Original Score, Motion Picture – Justin Hurwitz, First Man

Joe Utichi January 6, 20196:04 pm

WINNER – Original Score, Motion Picture – Justin Hurwitz, First Man

Joe Utichi January 6, 20196:03 pm

Burnett closes on “Im so glad we had this time together,” her classic show-ending line.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:59 pm

Burnett asks, “Does this mean I get to accept this every year?”

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:58 pm

Says Nellie: “Carol Burnett was the first woman to host a variety sketch show, The Carol Burnett Show. She was also the first woman to win both the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor and Kennedy Center Honors. And tonight, she becomes the first recipient of a new Golden Globe television achievement award, which will carry her name going forward.”

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:56 pm

Umm in the comments says, of the flu shot bit, “the executives who ultimately approved this and thought it was a good idea, please work harder in 2019.”

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:55 pm

Its time for Carol Burnett to win the Carol Burnett award. She was a shoo-in. Actually they created this award to recognise TV achievement, and few have achieved more, so its well named.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:51 pm

Patricia Arquettes speech got a bleep in the US. Hard to tell if the French were allowed the swear, but Nancy reports the translator didnt utter any expletives.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:49 pm

Mike: “Flu shots? Thats the best they got? Joe, this is just lame.”

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:48 pm

Says Nellie: “Ben Stiller hands the trophy to his star. This will be the first of multiple wins for Arquette for this showcase role.”

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:47 pm

Fleming: “Patricia Arquettes performance as the woman the tabloids called Shawskank was so strong that she has to be considered an Emmy frontrunner. That said, the banter between Ben Stiller and Jamie Lee Curtis seemed so stilted and awkward.”

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:47 pm

Samberg and Oh offering flu shots to the audience, a spontaneous humanising offer. I like it.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:46 pm

From Nellie, on Ben Whishaw: “Another strong Golden Globes showing for British TV productions.

And a nice tribute to Norman Scott who took on the establishment with courage and defiance, he is a true queer hero.'”

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:44 pm

Nellie, does this indicate that EAD might be the post-Emmy pre-Globe show to watch as we start Emmy season in the coming months?

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:44 pm

Presented to her by her director in the show, Ben Stiller.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:43 pm

WINNER – Best Actress, Limited Series/TV movie – Patricia Arquette – Escape at Dannemora

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:41 pm

I, too, know what its like to be tortured by Hugh Grant. I saw Love, Actually.

Only joking, Hugh is actually lovely.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:41 pm

Whishaw wins after a pair of roles this year in which hes tortured by Hugh Grant. As the minister who plots to kill him to cover up their affair in this Stephen Frears Amazon show, and as the voice of the bear going up against Grants thespian villain in Paddington 2.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:40 pm

WINNER – Best Supporting Actor, Limited Series/TV movie/Series – Ben Whishaw, A Very English Scandal

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:35 pm

Mike on Americans: “The Americans get a most deserving sendoff. A bright spot for daring cable programming.”

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:34 pm

Nellie on Americans win: “Like Breaking Bad, The Americans won its first best series Golden Globe on its last try for its final season.”

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:32 pm

Nellie and Mike, if youre reading me, obviously we now know Netflix is two for three, but lets be honest, these guys have TV locked down. This year is the year they need to prove they can take film too. Do you think they can pull it off? Roma is clearly as strong as it will ever get from them.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:31 pm

Nellie on The Bodyguards win: “The HFPA demonstrating its penchant for awarding international — and mostly British — series. BBCs Extras previously won for best comedy series. Its 2 for 2 for Netflix so far in the TV categories.”

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:30 pm

Its one of the rare shows/movies we agree on. I dont know if Ive told you guys this, but he thinks Love Actually is good. Can you imagine?

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:30 pm

Were big fans of The Americans at Deadline. Mike Fleming will be running around the room hollering right now.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:29 pm

WINNER – Best TV Series Drama – The Americans

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:29 pm

Heres my interview with Madden from earlier in the season. Id normally say wait til after to read it, but if these tech difficulties continue my fingers might fall off.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:28 pm

Madden deserves this, and it adds profile in the US to a show that brought back appointment viewing when it aired weekly in the UK on the BBC. He plays David Budd, a PTSD-suffering bodyguard to a top flight government minister. It hit Netflix in the US.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:27 pm

WINNER – Best Actor, TV Series Drama – Richard Madden, Bodyguard

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:26 pm

The Big Bang Theory cast emerge for an “unrehearsed takedown of Les Moonves,” per Samberg. Actually to present Best Actor, TV Series Drama

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:24 pm

The women of the Favourite took the stage looking like queens.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:24 pm

From Dom Patten: “if you want to talk fashion, lots of attendees were wearing Times Up bracelets on the red carpet tonight, including Ryan Seacrest, who faced accusations on his own behavior last year. Accusations that E! said they investigated and found lacking.”

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:22 pm

cadavra in the comments agrees with Mike on the host situation. “Samberg again proving hes arguably the unfunniest person in modern show business history.”

I may be more fond of him than those guys. Especially if he busts out a Lonely Island number at some point.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:21 pm

And were at our first of 8.2 million commercial breaks. Maybe I can learn fluent french in these next three minutes?

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:19 pm

Ken Land in the comments asks if Timothee is wearing a sparkly shoulder holster. I mean, thats what it looks like, doesnt it? I wonder if security tried to bounce him…

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:18 pm

An expected winner – the raves for this film were deafening.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:18 pm

WINNER: Best Motion Picture, Animated – Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:17 pm

Fleming writes “fleming has the power to fire your ass”. So I guess Ill be passing on his messages. Sorry guys.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:17 pm

Were seeing a redesigned Golden Globe tonight, changing the square base for a round one. Apparently people used to grip the old one from the top. Also theyve made the HFPA logo bigger, so we dont forget who is giving these awards.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:15 pm

Oh go on then. Says Fleming: “Nellie and I have been muzzled for a bit, but some things Joe posted that cannot go unchecked. Re the photo of Timothee Chalamet: what scores did he receive for his figure skating routine?

Also on his raves about hosts Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh, I was thinking that maybe Oscar will be better off without a host.”

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:15 pm

Mike wants me to post a message criticising me. Im not sure Ill allow it. Whats he going to do? Hes shutdown.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:14 pm

WINNER: Best Actor, TV Musical or Comedy – Michael Douglas

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:13 pm

A beautiful moment at the end of the intro as Sandra Oh calls out the “faces of change”.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:11 pm

A commenter points out that theyre having trouble live streaming the show too. The feed in France is breaking up a bit. Technical difficulties seem to be spreading.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:07 pm

Mike and Nellie are having technical difficulties and are having trouble contributing, so youre stuck with me for now.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:04 pm

Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh. The latest in a line of bang-on and bold hosts for this awards. I have high hopes here. The Oscars could learn a thing or two.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20195:00 pm

And Mike. speaking of bold color, Lady Gaga seems the best examplar of it.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20194:59 pm

Joe Utichi January 6, 20194:58 pm

Sacha Baron Cohen being interviewed on the French coverage on Canal+. Under the live-dubbing, hes asked “Who is America?”—the name of his brilliant Showtime show this year. He calls out the government shutdown.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20194:55 pm

Some good red carpet looks on the men this year. My favourite so far is Timothee Chalamet, who is a man after my own heart, clad in a glitter waistcoat/belt thing.

Yes. Thats as good as the fashion insight will get tonight.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20194:52 pm

Ill have you know, Fleming, that I just bought a new tux jacket to match my infamous shoes, in readiness for BAFTA and Oscar and all the awards shows still to come. LA wont know what hit it.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20194:51 pm

Mike and Nellie are at Deadlines HQ in LA. Im in France, and staring down the barrel of possibly having to watch this whole thing live-dubbed into a language I dont speak. But Ive got our bilingual international editor Nancy Tartaglione by my side to translate for me (if I can keep her awake)

Mike Fleming January 6, 20194:51 pm

The actresses are wearing beautifully colored dresses this year. Unlike last year when they all wore black, and not for the illusion of slimming that informs our very own Joe Utichis wardrobe.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20194:50 pm

Join us in the comments – Ill pull the most interesting and complimentary/least crazy and mean ones into the live blog for us to discuss.

Joe Utichi January 6, 20194:49 pm

Welcome to Deadlines Golden Globes Live Blog. Well be here all night bringing you the very most incisive insight into the results and speeches. And Mike will be here too.

Mike Fleming January 6, 20194:48 pm

Watching the celebs on the red carpet on E! and see that coming up is a show called “Botched.” Not to be confused with the Academy attempt to get an Oscar host.

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