Sky makes Golden Globes on demand titles available in Brazil

Brazilian pay TV channel Sky (AT&T)  has announced days ago that this coming Sunday, February 28th, its customers will be able to follow the Golden Globes award ceremony, one of the most traditional awards in relation to film and TV productions. In addition to being able to follow the event live through TNT, those Sky post and prepaid customers (from the ‘Smart’ package and with active recharge) are now being able to access a playlist called ‘Indicações ao Globo de Ouro 2021’ , which brings together some of the titles that will compete in different categories,

As reported by Brazilian websites, the playlist is available on Sky Play, the operator’s SVOD OTT, as well as through channel 1 of the programming grid, or through the company’s website. In addition, customers will be able to watch, in real time, the winners of each category either through the live broadcast of TNT, as well as from Sky Play.

The list includes titles like ‘Lovecraft Country, which is competing for the ‘Best Drama Series’ category at the Golden Globe Awards. Inspired by the work done by  H.P. Lovecraft, the production shows the journey made by Atticus Black, together with Letitia and George, to the US in the 1950s in search of his missing father. ‘The Undoing’, which is competing for the categories of ‘Best Miniseries or Movie for Television’; ‘Best Actress in a Miniseries’ and ‘Best Actor in a Miniseries’, tells the story of a successful therapist who faces how life fall apart when a series of revelations comes to light.

Some of the main films titles include ‘Tenet, one of the last releases of 2020, competing for the ‘Best Film Soundtrack’. The production focuses on the mysteries of a CIA agent who is recruited for a secret mission on a global scale. ‘Emma’, in addition, tells the story of a rich and intelligent young woman who does not intend to marry early and decides to join the couples she considers appropriate among her acquaintances. The feature film competes for the statuette of ‘Best Actress in a Comedy Film’ or ‘Musical’. Other titles on Sky’s list are ‘Perry Mason’; ‘Mrs. America’ ​​and ‘I know this much is true’.