The annual Golden Globe Awards returns to NBC and Peacock Tuesday night. NBC opted not to air the awards show in 2022 over widespread criticism of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s lack of diversity. According to Variety, the HFPA has added 103 new voters to increase the diversity of the voting pool.
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Hopefully, having gay comedian Jerrod Carmichael as the host for the evening is a hint that the evening will be successfully queer. This year’s nominees include multiple LGBTQ+ stars and storylines, so let’s hope they all make it up to the stage.
Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinhert’s film Everything Everywhere All at Once received six nominations, including Best Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy, and acting noms for Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Ke Huy Quan.
The psychological thriller Tár earned three nominations – Best Motion Picture — Drama, Best Screenplay, and Best Actress for Cate Blanchett’s portrayal of the iconic lesbian composer Lydia Tár.
Damien Chazelle’s queer-inclusive film Babylon is up for Best Picture – Musical/Comedy.
Check out the rest of the Golden Globe nominees below.
Close – Gay Belgian director Lukas Dhont’s project is nominated for Best Non-English-language Film.
Brendan Frasier (The Whale): Best Actor – Drama
Jeremy Pope (The Inspection): Best Actor – Drama
Daniel Craig (Glass Onion): Best Actor – Musical/Comedy
The White Lotus S2: Best Limited Series and Best Supporting Actress nods for bi actor Aubrey Plaza and Jennifer Coolidge.
Niecy Nash (Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story): Best Supporting Actress – Limited Series
Hacks: Best Television Series — Musical or Comedy
Hannah Einbinder (Hacks): Best Supporting Actress — Musical or Comedy
Emma D’Arcy (House of the Dragon): Best Television Actress – Drama Series
Zendaya (Euphoria): Best Television Actress – Drama Series
Abbott Elementary: Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy, Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy, Best Supporting Actress for Janelle James and Sheryl Lee Ralph, and Supporting Actor for Tyler James Williams.
Ryan Murphy: The queer television writer and producer (Glee, Pose, American Horror Story) will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award.