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Here’s Where YOU Can Watch The Golden Globe Winners

Once known as Hollywood’s biggest party where celebrities from both the silver and small screen hung out and got drunk, the 79th edition of Golden Globes was a staggeringly dull affair.

No red carpet, no glitzy gowns, no memorable speeches, no stars, just a social media announcement of who won what.

As entertainment continues to play out from the comfort of our living rooms, Sukanya Verma tells you where you can catch all the Globe winners on OTT.

Succession
Golden Globes: Best TV Series, Drama, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress
Where to watch: Disney Hotstar
Language: English

Things get deliciously savage and combative around the Roy family’s crazy corporate battle in the hugely anticipated Season 3 of this award-winning series.

 

Pose
Golden Globe: Best Actress in a TV Series, Drama
Where to watch: Disney Hotstar
Language: English

Set in early 1990s New York against ballroom culture and HIV playing havoc, Pose looks into the lives and contribution of the LGBTQ community and celebrates it in all its glory.

 

Ted Lasso
Golden Globe: Best Actor in a TV Series, Musical or Comedy
Where to watch: Apple TV+
Language: English

If you enjoyed Jason Sudeikis as the winsome American football coach changing the game of a down-and-out soccer team in England, there’s solid reason to check out Season 2.

 

The Underground Railroad
Golden Globe: Best Limited Series or TV Movie
Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video
Language: English

Oscar-winning filmmaker Barry Jenkins uses his gift for visual poetry to adapt Colson Whitehead’s Pulitzer-winner in a striking 10-part series. Set in early 1800s, it offers an unflinching look at the horrors of slavery across a plantation worker’s journey to freedom.

 

Mare Of Easttown
Golden Globe: Best Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie
Where to watch: Disney Hotstar
Language: English

In this intriguing limited series, Kate Winslet flexes her dramatic chops to play a detective at the helm of a brutal murder case in a sleepy Pennsylvanian town.

 

Dopesick
Golden Globe: Best Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie
Where to watch: Disney Hotstar
Language: English

Based on Beth Macy’s non-fiction book, Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors And The Drug Company That Addicted America, this Michael Keaton-led gritty mini-series looks into the reasons and results of the devastating chapter of opioid addiction in American history.

 

Squid Game
Golden Globe: Best Supporting Actor in a TV Role
Where to watch: Netflix
Language: Korean (with English subtitles)

The K-Drama scene is bursting with innovation and charm. In its brand new, bloody, bonkers 9-episode series, 456 people ridden by financial woes will risk their lives to compete in a seemingly innocuous kiddie game for a hefty prize.

 

The Power Of The Dog
Golden Globes: Best Motion Picture Drama, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor
Where to watch: Netflix
Language: English

It’s the 1920s and a moody, bossy rancher doesn’t take too kindly to his brother marrying a widow, ensuing in unnerving days for the poor woman and her son in Jane Campion’s masterful adaptation of Thomas Savage’s novel.

Benedict Cumberbatch’s simmering portrayal of a toxic persona and Kirsten Dunst’s woman on the verge of a mental breakdown are top runners for the upcoming awards season. And with good reason too.

 

Being The Ricardos
Golden Globe: Best Actress
Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video
Language: English

Aaron Sorkin revisits the 1950s with trademark zingers, Nicole Kidman transforms into Lucile Ball and Javier Bardem lends more than a helping hand as Desi Arnaz, her partner on screen and off, in this up-close and personal look at the power couple.

 

Tick Tick…Boom!
Golden Globe: Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy
Where to watch: Netflix
Language: English

Playwright Jonathan Larson’s autobiographical musical forms the basis of Andrew Garfield’s memorable turn as a Soho-based theatre composer juggling life, love, career and existential crisis.

 

Encanto
Golden Globe: Best Motion Picture, Animated
Where to watch: Disney Hotstar
Language: English

Bursting with colours and Colombian culture, Disney’s animated musical shows the power of determination when the only person from the Madrigal family sans any enchanted gifts will remind them the true source of all magic.

 

Dune
Golden Globe: Best Original Score, Motion Picture
Where to watch: Buy or Rent on Apple iTunes, Google Play or YouTube
Language: English

Frank Herbert’s science fiction novel gets the cinematic treatment under auteur Denis Villeneuve in the stunning first instalment focusing on a young man’s psychic gifts and journey into a hostile desert planet to protect his people from forces of evil and their premeditated schemes.

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