Atlanta left out of Golden Globe nominations

Atlanta left out of Golden Globe nominations

Atlanta left out of Golden Globe nominations

A month before the 2019 Golden Globes and a day before nominations are announced, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Andy Samberg and "Killing Eve"'s Sandra Oh have been named co-hosts for the January 6 ceremony.

Movies about race, politics and music dominated nominations for the Golden Globe awards on Thursday, setting the stage for the long Hollywood awards season leading up to the Oscars in February.

The industry's biggest attractions, however, have faced ingrained skepticism from Oscar voters, which explains the "popular film" trial balloon, which many saw as an act of desperation and pandering meant to mollify ABC, the network that televises the awards, after a sizable dip in last year's ratings. He hosted the Emmys in 2015 and the Film Independent Spirit Awards in 2013.

Actress, TV Series, Musical or Comedy: Kristen Bell, "The Good Place"; Candice Bergen, "Murphy Brown"; Alison Brie, "GLOW"; Rachel Brosnahan, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"; Debra Messing, "Will & Grace". Oh is the first person of color to emcee the show. Further adding to the oddness, Eighth Grade's Elsie Fisher was recognized for her performance, but Ethan Hawke got the shaft for his First Reformed turn as an alcoholic priest with a crisis of faith. The ceremony airs live on NBC in the U.S.; at the moment no United Kingdom broadcaster is due to show it. The Golden Globes led NBC to the nightlong win in total viewers despite National Football League playoff competition.

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Curiously, the Hollywood Foreign Press doesn't consider foreign-language films for best film, so Alfonso Cuaron's Netflix drama "Roma" was left out of the Globes' top category. Allen Shapiro, Executive Chairman of dick clark productions, Mike Mahan, CEO of dick clark productions and Barry Adelman, Executive VP of Television at dick clark productions, will serve as executive producers.

The original push centered on "The Dark Knight", Christopher Nolan's sequel to "Batman Begins", which failed to receive a best-picture nomination (although Heath Ledger was honored, posthumously, for his role as the Joker). The pair presented an award together at the Emmy Awards in September.

Lucas Hedges, who said earlier this year that he was "not totally straight, but also not gay and not necessarily bisexual", was also nominated for best actor in a drama film for his portrayal of main character Jared Eamons.

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