Netflix arose successful on Sunday night subsequent to earning over portion of the year’s Golden Globe awards in the television categories.
The streaming monster, which actually leads its competition in subscriber counts, won six of 11 Golden Globes for TV shows, dominating the show drama categories of “The Crown” and the limited series, anthology series or motion picture made for television category with “The Queen’s Gambit.”
Before the finish of the night, “The Crown” had procured a sum of four honors – one for best TV arrangement – dramatization, while the other three went to entertainers Emma Corrin, Josh O’Connor and Gillian Anderson.
“The Queen’s Gambit,” Netflix’s smash hit miniseries, won the top award for its category, as well as for star Anya Taylor-Joy.
It scarcely comes as an amazement, in any case, as the decoration procured an astounding 20 assignments in the TV classifications alone – which means they were contending with themselves for a few honors.
Corrin was one of five entertainers designated in her class, which included three other Netflix gestures: Olivia Colman (“The Crown”), Sarah Paulson (“Ratched”) and Laura Linney (“Ozark”). The fifth and final nomination went to Jodie Comer of BBC’s “Killing Eve.”
“The Crown,” “Ratched” and “Ozark” also earned additional nominations that were beat out by fellow Netflix stars.
Also, both “The Queen’s Gambit” and star Taylor-Joy, 24, beat down individual Netflix property “Unorthodox” in both winning categories.
Notwithstanding Netflix’s predominance in the honors, different decorations had the option to put themselves on the board also.
Apple TV+ procured its first Golden Globe for Jason Sudeikis’ lead execution in the satire “Ted Lasso.”
At last, BBC One and Amazon’s “Little Ax” brought home an honor for “Star Wars” alum John Boyega’s presentation.
Other real time features – Disney+, Hulu and HBO Max – were closed out of TV categories, as were AMC, NBC, FX and BBC America.
True to form, “Schitt’s Creek” won two comedy awards, while HBO snagged a win for Mark Ruffalo, star of the miniseries “I Know This Much Is True.”
On the film side, Netflix fared too, procuring four out of 14 possible awards.
“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” and “I Care a Lot” earned awards for performances from leads Chadwick Boseman and Rosamund Pike, respectively while Aaron Sorkin earned an award for the screenplay behind “The Trail of the Chicago 7,” as was expected.
At long last, songwriter Diane Warren won an award close by Laura Pausini and Niccolò Agliardi for the tune “lo si (Seen)” from the movie “The Life Ahead.”
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