The 78th edition of the Golden Globe was held on Sunday (28) and enshrined Netflix as the big winner of the night. Even without awards in the main categories of films, the streaming service had the success of The Crown and O Gambito da Rainha (2020) to collect victories in series and leave the ceremony with ten statuettes.
The historical drama about the journey of the British royal family led by Elizabeth II won no less than four statuettes. In addition to the award for best drama series, the fourth year of The Crown also won Emma Corrin (best actress in a drama series), Josh O’Connor (best actor in a drama series) and Gillian Anderson (best supporting actress) awards for her works in production.
In the case of O Gambito da Rainha, Anya Taylor-Joy won in the category of best actress in a miniseries or telefilm, just as the production took the statuette and surpassed the competition of hits like Normal People (2020) and The Undoing (2020).
Surpassed by Nomadland (2020) and Borat: Next Cinema Tape (2020) in the categories of best dramatic film and comedy, Netflix won the competition for acting. Rosamund Pike won her first Golden Globe in her career by winning the award for best actress in a comedy or musical film for I Care (2020).
In the men’s wing, Chadwick Boseman (1976-2020) made history and reached important marks on Netflix and the Golden Globe by winning a posthumous victory for his work on The Supreme Voice of the Blues (2020), his last in his career.
Defeated in best dramatic film, Aaron Sorkin won his third Golden Globe for best screenplay by ex-favorite The 7 in Chicago (2020). She had already taken the statuette by The Social Network (2010) and Steve Jobs (2015).
Rosa and Momo, starring the legendary Sophia Loren, closed the Netflix party with the victory of Io Sí for best original song. Laura Pausini, Diane Warren and Niccolò Agliardi shared the prize for being responsible for the winning letter.,
Check out the list of achievements of Netflix and its competitors:
Netflix – 10 awards
Prime Video – 4 awards
Pop TV – 2 awards
Disney + – 2 awards
HBO – 1 award
Apple TV – 1 award
Hulu – 1 award
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