January 19, 2015 at 4:25 pm #340680
Sometimes I wonder if GG is a total joke. I mean they doin’ almost perfect job predicting the Oscars which is the most prectigious on the show industry . And then on the tv side they nominate Bill Murray’s only 10 minutes boring performance over Dinklage or Burrell or hunders of great supporting actor busting their ass for an entire year. And that is just one little example
That got me thinking that they nominate people just for reading critics’ opinion or their star status.
They surfing over sites like Metacritic, Rotten, or even GoldDerby and then nominate them.
Then why is everyone so much care about GG, especially on the TV side?
And I’m also wondering, as an actor who is more prestigous, Globes or Emmy?January 19, 2015 at 5:17 pm #340682
Emmy is more prestigous. Television’s top award. It’s one quarter of the EGOT.January 19, 2015 at 6:09 pm #340683
Ooh look folks a troll! Such a rare breed.January 19, 2015 at 6:52 pm #340684
no I’m not a troll 🙁
I just think that way, one group that has a really good taste about movies can not be so bad at tv choices. I dont think they really watch tv(after all that is a group of 80 people and there are bunch of tv shows out there) and on the movie side they just aim at predicting who’s gonna win at the Oscar, not the quality of contenders. Because thats what their reputation come from, ”premise of Oscar”
ty 24Emmy, I didn’t know about that kind of sayingJanuary 19, 2015 at 7:40 pm #340685
You’re not really saying anything most haven’t known for decades.
(I suggest editing your original post).January 19, 2015 at 9:06 pm #340686
😀 youre probabaly right but people in the industry seem like extremely keen on it.
If a show has both Emmys and Golden Globe, they first mention the GG and the actors look like more pleased when they won the latter one.January 19, 2015 at 9:12 pm #340687
Emmy is more prestigous, but if an actor wins a GG for a TV show they can use in promotion for a film (because most assume they’re for movies only) rather than if they have an Emmy which would just look kistchy in promotion for a film. If any of that makes sense.January 19, 2015 at 10:01 pm #340688
Emmy is more prestigous, but if an actor wins a GG for a TV show they can use in promotion for a film (because most assume their for movies only) rather than if they have an Emmy which would just look kistchy in promotion for a film. If any of that makes sense.
THANKS makes lots of sense 🙂January 20, 2015 at 9:58 am #340689
I know the Emmys are seen as more prestigious or whatever, but lately I’ve been valuing the Globes much more; their winners are so much more interesting and deserving, especially in the comedy categories. The Emmy voters on the other hand just rubberstamp their favorites year after year from the very few shows that they bother to watch.
So I’ll take the Globes any day.January 20, 2015 at 12:27 pm #340690
Okay, I’ll take the OP somewhat seriously.
The Emmys are quite a bit more prestiguous. Unlike the Globes or Guilds they don’t have to share the stage with movies (which is what 80% of their audience cares about). There’s also the sense that the Emmys take TV more seriously and don’t simply go off buzz or names. Although that’s only partly true.
Winning an Emmy can, in the right circumstances, help get you work. A TV show winning a Globe is just a potential set-up to winning Emmys. I will say that the Emmys on the comedy side have been devalued over the last few years due to Modern Family’s dominance, a show that the industry isn’t even all that crazy about, but there’s just not enough support for anything else. Then again, comedy awards have always held less weight. The Globes may have more interesting winners (I would argue that the Globes tendency to jump on anything hot
and new is just as bad as the Emmy’s same-sy nominees and winners, and the Globe winners tend to be even more predictable), but a TV performer/producer winning a Globe doesn’t really mean anything in the industry.January 21, 2015 at 5:01 am #340691
In sume, tv golden globes are a joke, emmys, half a joke.January 21, 2015 at 9:27 am #340692
The Emmys are more prestigious; the Globes routinely pick better winners.January 21, 2015 at 3:15 pm #340693
The Emmys mean a little more, but I don’t think most members of the general public would be able to tell you which is more prestigious. I think they have a very similar buzz factor in the eyes of the average non-GoldDerby person; specifically, prestigious, but many steps lower than an Oscar.March 1, 2015 at 2:43 pm #340694
I would argue with this. Even on the IMDB Golden Globe is over to the Emmys…