Ryan Gosling, right, and Emma Stone in a scene from “La La Land,” in theaters on December 2. (Dale Robinette/Summit Entertainment via AP)
Just like that, another award season begins — and yes,
the Golden Globes are the ones where movie and TV stars join together and drink in the audience. Here’s everything you need to know:
Golden Globes nominations 2017: ‘La La Land’ leads with seven; ‘The People v. O.J. Simpson’ leads TV with five
Where to watch on TV:
The show airs Sunday, Jan. 8 on NBC at 8 p.m. (All times Eastern.)
Where to watch online:
If you have
one of these cable subscriptions, you can watch through NBC.com live. Otherwise, the show won’t be streamed.
What time the show is over:
Expect around 11 p.m., unless the speeches go
Instead of roasts from Ricky Gervais, NBC is going with
the affable Jimmy Fallon, host of “The Tonight Show.”
Who’s going to win:
our best guesses here, but “Moonlight,” “Manchester By the Sea,” “La La Land” and “The People v. O.J. Simpson” are all expected to do quite well. (See a complete list of nominees here.)
Golden Globe predictions 2017: Who will win? Who should? Who could surprise us all?
The red carpet:
At 6 p.m., Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic are back in their usual spots on E! for “Live From the Red Carpet: The Golden Globes.” NBC also has its own specials starting at 6 p.m. so you can hear all the fun (and awkward!) celebrity interviews.
Judging the fashion:
On Monday night at 8 p.m., “Fashion Police” hosts/judges (Melissa Rivers, Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski, Nene Leakes and Margaret Cho) critique the best and worst from the ceremony.
More about the Golden Globes:
Golden Globe nominations snubs and surprises: Martin Scorsese, ‘Orange is the New Black’ and more
Mel Gibson’s comeback tour continues with three Golden Globe nominations for ‘Hacksaw Ridge’
‘This Is Us’ probably won’t win a Golden Globe. But yes, it deserves to be nominated.
Golden Globes battles: ‘Game of Thrones’ vs. ‘Stranger Things’? ‘The People v. O.J. Simpson’ vs. ‘The Night Of’?
‘Finding Dory’ is arguably the biggest snub among the 2017 Golden Globe nominations
‘Deadpool’ and Ryan Reynolds receive rare superhero love from the Golden Globes
Martin Scorsese and Warren Beatty released passion projects — and the Golden Globes ignored them
Disney’s ‘Zootopia’ and ‘Moana’ will battle it out the Golden Globes’ best animated film