TV network FX took home four Golden Globe awards and was the big winner of Sunday evening’s ceremony in television categories.
“The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” won two Golden Globes for Best Limited series or TV Movie and Best Actress in a Miniseries for Sarah Paulson.
In turn, “Atlanta” (which in the United States is also broadcast by FX) won the award for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy, while Donald Glover was named Best Actor in a Television Series. In Latin America, “Atlanta” is available on Fox Premium.
Right behind FX, AMC took home three Golden Globes Awards, all for its miniseries The Night Manager: Best actor in limited series (Tom Hiddleston); Best-supporting-actor (Hugh Laurie) and Best supporting actress (Olivia Colman).
Despite having 14 nominations, HBO left the ceremony empty-handed. “On the one hand, I’m very proud of the 14 nominations,” HBO programming president Casey Bloys told The Hollywood Reporter. “On the other hand, it’s always more fun to win but we’re proud of the shows. You win some, you lose some; you have to look forward at the things we have coming up. That’s the way it goes sometimes; we had a good Emmys [but] had an off-year at the Golden Globes. It happens.”
Netflix won two of the main awards with “The Crown”: Best Drama and Best Actress in a Drama Series (Claire Foy).
In turn, Billy Bob Thornton, from Amazon’s series “Goliath”, was named best actor in a drama series.