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The Golden Globes are back, one year after Hollywood boycotted the ceremony following a diversity scandal.

Awards body, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), was accused in a Los Angeles Times exposé of a lack of diversity in its voting membership – at the time, it did not have a single Black member – as well as “ethical lapses” in its business conduct.

For 2023, the HFPA has expanded its membership and enforced what has been described as a strict code of conduct among voters, which has led to the approval of many celebrities, who have decided to attend the next ceremony.

Comedian Jerrod Carmichael will host the event, which once again will be shown on NBC. Nominees, including Austin Butler, Colin Farrell and Jamie Lee Curtis, will be in attendance, with films Elvis, The Banshees of Inisherin and Everything Everywhere All At Once all vying for the top prize.

Leading the nominations for TV shows are Abbott Elementary, Only Murders in the Building and The Crown.

The Golden Globes broadcast live in the US at 8pm on NBC on Tuesday 10 January, and at 1am GMT in the UK on Peacock via Sky and NOW on Wednesday 11 January.

Follow along with all the live updates from the ceremony below

Golden Globes 2023

Lest we forget about 2022 TV

20:20 , Inga Parkel

While the Golden Globes, in the past, have been used as a potential benchmark for how films will fare at the upcoming Oscars, it’s easy to forget the best TV of 2022 is also being recognised.

Fan favourites like The Crown, Abbott Elementary and Only Murders in the Building lead this year’s competition with the most nods.

In case you’re in need of a refresher for the series vying for the top awards, look no further. I will be sharing some of our previous stories about each to jog your memory.

Starting with The Crown’s season five, which our critic Nick Hilton found to be “more insular, more gossipy, than ever” his two-star review.

Elizabeth Debicki as Diana, Princess of Wales from season five of The Crown (Keith Bernstein/Netflix/PA) (PA Media)
Elizabeth Debicki as Diana, Princess of Wales from season five of The Crown (Keith Bernstein/Netflix/PA) (PA Media)

The Crown season five review: This Netflix show is the definition of first-world problems

The drama was initially intended as a piece of historical fiction, but the longer it has gone on, the more tawdry it’s become

A good year for A24

19:47 , Tom Murray

It’s been another great year for the industry’s buzziest entertainment company. A24’s nominees at the Globes include: Everything Everywhere All At Once, The Whale, The Inspection, Marcel The Shell, Close, and Euphoria.

Earlier this year, I took a deep dive into the mysterious studio, gaining rare access to a source close to the company and speaking with A24 golden boy Ari Aster (Hereditary, Midsommar) about what makes them tick. Give it a read!

Who are A24 – the company behind Uncut Gems, Euphoria and Hereditary?

19:00 , Jacob Stolworthy

One TV show that is nominated is Netflix’s hit show Wednesday.

While millions and millions enjoyed the series, one writer at The Independent wasn’t convinced – and wrote about why it could serve as bad news for subscribers down the line.

Wednesday is a Netflix success story we could come to regret

18:30 , Jacob Stolworthy

OK, so what are all the details regarding this year’s Golden Globes?

Below is a compilation of everything you need to know, from who is hosting to where it will take place and what time things will kick off.

Everything you need to know ahead of this year’s Golden Globes

18:00 , Jacob Stolworthy

The Independent also spoke to Golden Globe nominee Bill Nighy for his role in Living.

Read the full interview here.

Bill Nighy: ‘I would eat a four-pack of Magnums and a pack of Soleros in one sitting’

17:30 , Jacob Stolworthy

One star who looks set to reign supreme at the 2023 Golden Globes is Michelle Yeoh.

Yeoh is extraordinary in Everything Everywhere All At Once, which became a sleeper hit upon its release last year.

For its release, The Independent spoke to Yeoh about the acclaim she received for the role.

Michelle Yeoh interview: ‘We want to see our faces on screen’

17:00 , Jacob Stolworthy

Speaking of Brendan Fraser, the actor has been nominated for his comeback lead role in Darren Aronofsky’s The Whale.

While many actors are returning to the Golden Globes following the boycott in 2022, the Mummy star Fraser is not one of them.

He prevously revealed he would not attend even if he was nominated, stating: “It’s because I have more history with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association than I have respect for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.”

Read more here.

Brendan Fraser earns first Golden Globe nomination despite saying he won’t attend

Who will win and who should win?

16:30 , Jacob Stolworthy

Top Gun: Maverick or The Fabelmans?

Austin Butler or Brendan Fraser?

Better Call Saul or Severance?

Below, The Independent has run through its predictions of what will win as well as what should win at tonight’s Golden Globes.

Who will win and who should win at the 2023 Golden Globes

16:00 , Jacob Stolworthy

If it feels like a particularly long time since the Golden Globes were last on, that’s because it has been.

The ceremony was dropped in 2022 following a boycott from several notable Hollywood figures.

This was due to a Los Angeles Times exposé that accused the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) of a lack of diversity in its voting membership, as well as “ethical lapses” in its business conduct.

Find out more below.

Why aren’t the Golden Globes being shown on TV?

15:30 , Jacob Stolworthy

Wondering who is nominated at this year’s ceremony? Wonder no more.

The most nominated films include The Banshees of Inisherin and The Fabelmans.

Meanwhile, leading the television charge is hit sitcom Abbott Elementary.

The Golden Globes 2023 nominations are out

Welcome to the Golden Globes 2023 live blog

15:00 , Jacob Stolworthy

Aaaand we’re off! Awards season is officially upon us with the return of the Golden Globes. Let the surprise/outrage/debate begin.