Around 2.7 million Twitter users on Sunday evening viewed the digital platform's red carpet livestreaming collaboration with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) and Dick Clark Productions (DCP) for the Golden Globe Awards.
Netflix only made its way onto the awards stage twice during Sunday's 74th Golden Globes, but it still ended up as the night's biggest winner. The streaming service, which had been nominated for five Golden Globes, stole the telecast with a clever spot that aired during the show for its upcoming comedy, Santa Clarita Diet.
While HBO surged back ahead of the streaming services in this year's Golden Globe nominations, the biggest TV story was the influx of new shows—including This Is Us, Westworld and Atlanta— that shook up this year's categories.
TV’s top execs and brightest stars headed to L.A. for the Television Critics Association's winter press tour, magazines celebrated in style, and the tech world gathered in Las Vegas for […]
Just hours after collecting two Golden Globes for the second year in a row, Amazon Studios took a victory lap at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour as it debuted a few shows the network hopes will add to its Globe
Mad Men might be done, but there are still a few more awards for the show—and star Jon Hamm—to add to its tally.
The politics of the red-carpet conversation have changed. Women may dress to the nines to match the glitz and glamour associated with awards ceremonies like Sunday's Golden Globes, but that doesn't mean beauty is the only thing on their minds. And one major beauty brand (and Golden Globes sponsor) has taken notice.
If last year's Golden Globe Awards heralded the streaming services' arrival as major television players, this year's list of nominees shows streaming networks have suddenly become the dominant forces.
Even before her headline-making Golden Globe win in January, there were already signs Gina Rodriguez was going to be a big star.
Apparently on a charm offensive after winning two Golden Globes for its witty dramedy Transparent, Amazon is streaming the show for free today and offering a discount for new converts to its Prime service.