1. Golden Globes 2021: Best Drama Series — What Will Win?  Variety
  2. Golden Globes organisers criticised over payments and membership  The Guardian
  3. Golden Globes 2021 winner predictions: EW picks who should and who will win  EW.com
  4. How to watch Golden Globes 2021 online without cable  Tom's Guide
  5. Why Amy Poehler Is "Really Excited" to Host the 2021 Golden Globes  E! Online
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The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is accused of ‘ethical lapses’ and failing to maintain sufficient diversity according to an investigation by the LA TimesThe Hollywood Foreign Press Association is accused of ‘ethical lapses’ and failing to maintain sufficient diversity according to an investigation by the LA Times

Golden Globes organisers criticised over payments and membership | Film | The Guardian

Here's how to watch the Golden Globes 2021 online and see hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, the nominees and presentersThe 78th Golden Globe Awards is the first bicoastal ceremony and hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler

How to watch Golden Globes 2021 online without cable | Tom's Guide

Amy Poehler stopped by E! News' Daily Pop ahead of this weekend's 2021 Golden Globe Awards, which she's set to host alongside Tina Fey. Watch!Amy Poehler stopped by E! News' Daily Pop ahead of this weekend's 2021 Golden Globe Awards, which she's set to host alongside Tina Fey. Watch!

The voting body behind the Golden Globes came under fire after nominating the lighthearted Netflix romp for an honor while snubbing critical darlings like HBO's I May Destroy You.The voting body behind the Golden Globes came under fire after nominating the lighthearted Netflix romp for an honor while snubbing critical darlings like HBO's I May Destroy You.

Emily In Paris reportedly wooed Golden Globe voters with lavish trip to the City Of Lights | Daily Mail Online

Check out EW's predictions in the major movie and TV categories below, as well as our feelings on who should win.Check out EW's predictions in the major movie and TV categories below, as well as our feelings on who should win.

2021 Golden Globes winner predictions | EW.com

Check out EW's predictions in the major movie and TV categories below, as well as our feelings on who should win.Check out EW's predictions in the major movie and TV categories below, as well as our feelings on who should win.

2021 Golden Globes winner predictions | EW.com

Anthony Anderson, Tiffany Haddish, Kate Hudson, Margot Robbie and Kenan Thompson have been added to the list of presenters for this weekend's 78th annual Golden Globe Awards.Anthony Anderson, Tiffany Haddish, Kate Hudson, Margot Robbie and Kenan Thompson have been added to the list of presenters for this weekend's 78th annual Golden Globe Awards.

Anthony Anderson, Tiffany Haddish, Kate Hudson, More Announced As Presenters For This Weekend’s Golden Globes – CBS Los Angeles

Ava DuVernay, Regina King discuss new report that claims HFPA has zero Black members voting for the Golden Globes.Ava DuVernay, Regina King discuss a report that claims the Golden Globes' HFPA has zero Black members in its voting ranks.

Ava DuVernay discusses Golden Globes HFPA having no Black members | EW.com

A new report details the alleged "culture of corruption" within the Hollywood Foreign Press, which oversees the Golden Globes, ahead of the ceremony later this month.A new report details the alleged "culture of corruption" within the Hollywood Foreign Press, which oversees the Golden Globes, ahead of the ceremony later this month.

'Emily In Paris' Treated Golden Globe Voters To Their Own Parisian Getaway | HuffPost Canada

The 2021 Golden Globe Award nominations were announced at the beginning of this month, and they were completely confounding: Emily In Paris, an objectively unimaginative show, received two nominations while the critically acclaimed I May Destroy You was entirely snubbed. Three women were nominated in the Best Director category (Regina King, Chloé Zhao, Emerald Fennell), but the year’s Black-led Oscar contenders like Da 5 Bloods, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, and Judas and the Black Messiah, didn’t receive Best Picture nominations. None of this made any sense, and the Los Angeles Times has uncovered why: The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), the non-profit comprised of the 87 critics responsible for the Globe nominations—none of whom are Black—accepts “thousands of dollars in emoluments” from studios they award, creating a “culture of corruption,” according to a lawsuit filed by Norwegian entertainment journalist Kjersti Flaa. The 2021 Golden Globe Award nominations were announced at the beginning of this month, and they were completely confounding: Emily In Paris, an objectively unimaginative show, received two nominations while the critically acclaimed I May Destroy You was entirely snubbed. Three women were nominated in the Best Director category (Regina King, Chloé Zhao, Emerald Fennell), but the year’s Black-led Oscar contenders like Da 5 Bloods, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, and Judas and the Black Messiah, didn’t receive Best Picture nominations. None of this made any sense, and the Los Angeles Times has uncovered why: The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), the non-profit comprised of the 87 critics responsible for the Globe nominations—none of whom are Black—accepts “thousands of dollars in emoluments” from studios they award, creating a “culture of corruption,” according to a lawsuit filed by Norwegian entertainment journalist Kjersti Flaa.

Emily In Paris Flew Golden Globe Judges to Paris: Corruption Suit

With The Crown leading the way for most nominations, followed by Canadian sitcom Schitt’s Creek, there’s a handful of interesting match-ups across the different TV categories. Louis Chilton predicts who will win each award, who deserves to win the most, and should have been a contender  With The Crown leading the way for most nominations, followed by Canadian sitcom Schitt’s Creek, there’s a handful of interesting match-ups across the different TV categories. Louis Chilton predicts who will win each award, who deserves to win the most, and should have been a contender 

Golden Globes 2021 TV predictions: Who will win, who should win, and who deserved a look-in? | The Independent

Get your own printable ballot for the 2021 Golden Globe nominees.How many winners can you pick?

2021 Golden Globes Awards Ballot | InStyle

HFPA Members Were Reportedly Spoiled by ‘Emily in Paris’ Team Ahead of Golden Globe Nominations Reveal Social media users weren't impressed by the nominations that were garnered by Lily Collins and Emily in Paris for the 2021 Golden Globes, and this new report won't…See what happened here...

HFPA Members Were Reportedly Spoiled by ‘Emily in Paris’ Team Ahead of Golden Globe Nominations Reveal | 2021 Golden Globes, Emily in Paris : Just Jared

I’ll be writing up a preview, along with predictions, later today, but here is your chance to predict the winners. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), dick clark productions (dcp) and NBC are pleased to announce that Anthony Anderson (two-time Golden Globe Award nominee), Tiffany Haddish, Kate Hudson (Golden Globe Award winner and two-time nominee), […]

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According to public tax filings, HFPA has paid $1.929 million to its 87 members in the fiscal year ending in June 2020According to public tax filings, HFPA has paid $1.929 million to its 87 members in the fiscal year ending in June 2020

Golden Globes Org Paid Millions to Members in Potential Tax Conflict

Roll out the (virtual) red carpet! The 78th annual Golden Globe Awards might look a little different than previous years due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the night won’t be short of major stars. NBC Entertainment announced in January 2020 that Amy Poehler and Tina Fey would be returning to host the awards show in 2021 after previously teaming up for the gig in 2013, 2014 and 2015. “NBC has long been the home to two of the funniest people on the planet — Tina Fey and Amy Poehler — and we didn’t want to wait any longer to share the great news that they’ll be hosting the Globes once again,” NBC Entertainment Chairman Paul Telegdy said in a statement to Us Weekly at the time, praising the former Saturday Night Live costars, who “have provided Golden Globes viewers with some of the most memorable moments the show has ever seen.” Two months later, the COVID-19 crisis caused Hollywood to press pause. While the entertainment industry was forced to adapt to a new normal of face masks and social distancing, the global pandemic didn’t keep the Hollywood Foreign Press Association from honoring some of the year’s best performances. Nominations were officially announced on February 3, with Netflix’s Mank and The Crown tied for the most nods in film and TV categories, respectively. While some nominees were total shoo-ins — like Hugh Grant in The Undoing and Viola Davis in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom — others took fans by surprise. When Michaela Coel’s I May Destroy You was overlooked in favor of Lily Collins’ Emily in Paris, awards show devotees weren’t afraid to call out the major snub on social media. Despite facing backlash from TV lovers, Collins was proud of the Netflix series’ big achievements. Along with her Best Television Actress – Musical/Comedy Series nomination, the Darren Star-created show earned a nod for Best Musical/Comedy Series. “Words cannot express how extremely grateful and excited I am to be nominated for my role in Emily in Paris and for the show’s nomination,” the To the Bone actress said in a statement to Us after earning the second Golden Globe nomination of her career. “I’m beyond thrilled the series was recognized and I feel so lucky to be in a category including such incredible women who have kept me laughing and smiling all year long. The greatest gift of playing Emily has been providing a sense of escapism and fun during a time when we all needed it most.” Scroll down for all the details on this year’s Golden Globes, from how to watch to who’s being honored.

Awards Season Is Here! What to Know About the 2021 Golden Globes

A new report on the Hollywood Foreign Press Association reveals hefty payments to members, which could raise tax questions.A new report on the Hollywood Foreign Press Association reveals hefty payments to members, which could raise tax questions.

HFPA Under New Scrutiny Amid Report of High Payments to Members - Variety

A new report on the Hollywood Foreign Press Association reveals hefty payments to members, which could raise tax questions.

HFPA Under New Scrutiny Amid Report of High Payments to Members – Variety

Netflix dominated Golden Globe nominations thanks to Mank and The Crown, while British talent was also extremely well representedNetflix dominated Golden Globe nominations thanks to Mank and The Crown, while British talent was also extremely well represented

Golden Globes nominations 2021: Full list of nominees as Netflix and Brits dominate film and TV awards

The group, which was recently sued for allegedly blocking qualified journalists who apply for membership, reportedly has been paying members substantial sums to serve as officers and on committees.The group, which was recently sued for allegedly blocking qualified journalists who apply for membership, reportedly has been paying members substantial sums to serve as officers and on committees.

Report Raises Questions Over HFPA Ethics | Hollywood Reporter

‘‘Like when someone says, ‘Hey, white women, stop centering yourself in a story,’ I think that’s interesting.‘’‘‘Like when someone says, ‘Hey, white women, stop centering yourself in a story,’ I think that’s interesting.‘’

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, made up of 87 members, has long come under fire for its questionable ethics and lack of diversity.The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, made up of 87 members, has long come under fire for its questionable ethics and lack of diversity.

Golden Globes’ HFPA Has Zero Black Members: New Report | PEOPLE.com

Who will come out on top: 'Nomadland' or 'Mank'? 'The Crown' or 'Ozark'?Who will come out on top: 'Nomadland' or 'Mank'? 'The Crown' or 'Ozark'?

2021 Golden Globes Predictions: Who Will Win in Every Category | Entertainment Tonight

'Emily in Paris' creators reportedly treated HFPA members 'like kings and queens' before Golden Globe nominations were announced — details'Emily in Paris' creators reportedly treated HFPA members 'like kings and queens' before Golden Globe nominations were announced — details

'Emily in Paris' Team Spoiled Golden Globes Voters in France: Report

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. Next week's Golden Globes ceremony kicks off the Hollywood awards season, but the group that nominates movies and TV shows and votes on the winners earned a little unwanted drama of its own on Sunday. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has only 87 members, and "while the HFPA's ranks include a number of people of color, there are no Black members," the Los Angeles Times reports, "a fact a representative says the group is aware of and is 'committed to addressing.'" This year's Golden Globes nominations were widely panned for totally snubbing Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods and the TV show I Will Destroy You and locking other movies with Black-led casts from top prize contentions, notably Judas and the Black Messiah, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, and The United States vs. Billie Holiday. "We do not control the individual votes of our members," an HFPA representative told the Times. The lack of Black members casting their individual votes isn't the only issue facing the HFPA. Ongoing litigation started by Norwegian journalist Kjersti Flaa accuses the HFPA of being a self-dealing cartel that excludes qualified foreign journalists to protect access for its members while improperly subsiding their income. And her allegations have some merit, the Times reports, noting that the HFPA pays its board members at least $63,000 a year and divided nearly $2 million among other members last year for serving on various committees, potentially in conflict with tax laws for nonprofits. The HFPA, beset by occasional grift and bribery scandals almost since its formation in 1943, says it has cleaned up its act. This year's nomination of the Netflix series Emily in Paris — popular among viewers but not critics — for best TV comedy or musical series, raised some eyebrows, though, the Times notes, adding: In 2019, more than 30 HFPA members flew to France to visit the set of the new series Emily in Paris. While there, Paramount Network treated the group to a two-night stay at the five-star Peninsula Paris hotel, where rooms currently start at about $1,400 a night, and a news conference and lunch at the Musée des Arts Forains, a private museum filled with amusement rides dating to 1850 where the show was shooting. [Los Angeles Times] Still, the Golden Globes are still a win-win for the HFPA and Hollywood, the Times reports, partly because of the small pool of judges. Read more at the Los Angeles Times. Peter Weber

The group that selects Golden Globe winners has no Black members

With less than a week from the broadcast ceremony of the 78th Golden Globes, the organization that hosts the awards is in hot water. With less than a week from the broadcast ceremony of the 78th Golden Globes, the organization that hosts the awards is in hot water.

Golden Globes HFPA Reportedly Doesn't Have Black Members

The 78th Golden Globe Awards takes place this Sunday which means awards season is officially here!The 78th Golden Globe Awards takes place this Sunday which means awards season is officially here!

Golden Globe Awards 2021: 8 things you need to know

The committee behind the Golden Globes awards, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), has no Black members, a new exposé claims.The committee behind the Golden Globes awards, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), has no Black members, a new exposé claims.

Golden Globes: committee that gives out awards reportedly has zero Black members

The HFPA has come under scrutiny for alleged shady practices that may have resulted in nominations, including some for Netflix’s ‘Emily in Paris.’The HFPA has come under scrutiny for alleged shady practices that may have resulted in nominations, including some for Netflix’s ‘Emily in Paris.’

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HFPA members were interviewed anonymously by the LA Times ahead of next Sunday's Golden Globe Awards show.HFPA members were interviewed anonymously by the LA Times ahead of next Sunday's Golden Globe Awards show.

Golden Globes: HFPA Accused of Self-Dealing in LA Times Story | IndieWire

Hollywood Foreign Press Association "Committed To Addressing" Lack Of Black Members; Under Scrutiny For Questionable Payments To MembersHollywood Foreign Press Association "Committed To Addressing" Lack Of Black Members; Under Scrutiny For Questionable Payments To Members

Hollywood Foreign Press Association “Committed To Addressing” Lack Of Black Members; Under Scrutiny For Questionable Payments To Members – Deadline

It turns out that things at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which puts on the Golden Globes, are even worse than we thought.It turns out that things at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which puts on the Golden Globes, are even worse than we thought.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association Is Worse Than We Thought | The Mary Sue

The Hollywood Foreign Press and Golden Globes were rocked this morning by an explosive story in the LA Times. Writers Stacy Perman and Josh Rottenberg are to be commended. They have done an exhaust…

Golden Globes Rocked by LA Times Investigation, Story Shows Rift Between Old Regime and Newer Members to Change | Showbiz411

With the Golden Globes next week, members of the secretive Hollywood Foreign Press Association are pushing back against some of its controversial practices With the Golden Globes next week, members of the secretive Hollywood Foreign Press Association are pushing back against some of its controversial practices

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is under scrutiny again

A Times investigation finds that the nonprofit HFPA regularly issues substantial payments to its members in ways that some experts say could skirt IRS guidelines.A Times investigation finds that the nonprofit HFPA regularly issues substantial payments to its members in ways that some experts say could skirt IRS guidelines.

HFPA faces new scrutiny ahead of Golden Globes 2021 - Los Angeles Times

The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., the group behind the annual Golden Globes awards, has no black people in its membership and has reportedly rejected legitimate journalists in favor of those who aren't serious journalists. The findings come just a week before the 78th Golden Globes ceremony is set to take place, with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosting the show braodacasting on NBC on Sunday.The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., the group behind the annual Golden Globes awards, has no black people in its membership and has reportedly rejected legitimate journalists in favor of those who aren't serious journalists. The findings come just a week before the 78th Golden Globes ceremony is set to take place, with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosting the show braodacasting on NBC on Sunday.

L.A. Times: Hollywood Press Group That Selects Golden Globe Winners Has No Black Members

A Times investigation finds that the nonprofit HFPA regularly issues substantial payments to its members in ways that some experts say could skirt IRS guidelines.A Times investigation finds that the nonprofit HFPA regularly issues substantial payments to its members in ways that some experts say could skirt IRS guidelines.

Golden Globes voters in tumult: Members accuse Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. of self-dealing, ethical lapses