Awards season is wasting no time this year. The 2020 Golden Globes are just a few days away, where the Hollywood Foreign Press Association acknowledges the best and brightest from movies and TV with a champagne-stocked party in Beverly Hills, California. The show takes place on Sunday, Jan. 5 on NBC, and ET has your complete guide for how to watch and what to watch out for as the awards circuit kicks into high gear.
Read on for full details on how to watch, the nominees, this year's host and more.
When and Where Is the Show? The show airs live at 8 p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST on Sunday, Jan 5, from the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.
How Do I Watch ET's Coverage? Follow along downloading the ET Live mobile app from the Google Play store or Apple App Store, and stream ET live on your Roku, Apple TV, Pluto TV or Amazon Fire TV device. ET's coverage is also on channel 1253 on Samsung TV+ as well as channel 120 on Pluto TV. Additionally, stream ET Live on CBS All Access within CBSN, CBSNews' around-the-clock streaming service, all for free. Plus, tune into Monday's Entertainment Tonight for more red carpet coverage from Kevin Frazier and Sharon Osbourne.
Who Is Nominated?Marriage Story picked up the most nominations with six, including acting nods for its two leads, Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver. Following close behind is Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and The Irishman with five nominations each. The Crown, Unbelievable and Chernobyl lead the TV pack, all earning four nominations. Meanwhile, 22 years after being nominated for Selena, Jennifer Lopez is up for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Hustlers. Here is the full list of nominees.
How Do I Watch the Nominated Shows and Movies? It's easier than ever to do a pre-awards show binge thanks to all the various streaming services. Here's a full list of what nominees you can watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime and in theaters.