How to watch the Golden Globe Awards 2019 Let’s be honest, the Golden Globe Awards are not the most interesting. However, with so much going on lately, there will surely be a few surprises in store tonight, and we’ll be wanting to watch it live! Because, nothing is worse than missing out and finding out about something the following day online. Also, now that the holidays have wrapped up, what else is there to do on a Sunday night?
Hosting the ceremony are Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh, so that’s already pretty interesting. The duo are proving to be a lot of fun already from the promotional videos released (you can watch them below).
Start by tuning in to E! News (you can even do this with the E! network app on your phone) at 6 p.m. to watch the red carpet coverage. If you don’t care to watch until the ceremony begins, wait until 8 p.m. (who needs two hours of red carpet coverage, anyway?) and tune in to NBC.
Where to watch: NBC online | The NBC app | Hulu | YouTube TV
What time: 6 p.m. for red carpet interviews, 8 p.m. for the Golden Globes
Who is hosting: Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh
Why you should watch: Nobody likes missing out, am I right?
How many awards will Vice take home? The movie has been nominated for six, leading in the movies categories. The nominations include Best Motion Picture and Best Performance by an Actor in Comedy or Musical (Christian Bale).
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s A Star is Born! That movie gave audiences a lot to chat about, will it be a huge winner tonight? Some of the nominations the movie received include Best Drama Motion Picture, Best Performance by an Actress in a Drama Motion Picture (Lady Gaga) and Actor in A Drama Motion Picture (Bradley Cooper).
Who isn’t cheering for Black Panther? I know Hidden Remote sure is! This is the first solo superhero film to receive a nod for Best Drama Motion Picture.
Finally, there’s The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, which received four nominations: Supporting Actress in a Mini-Series (Penelope Cruz), Supporting Actor in a Mini-Series (Edgar Ramirez), Mini-Series or TV Film, and Actor in a Mini-Series (Darren Criss).