June 11, 2014 at 3:19 pm #319226
When a a TV series win Best Series at the Golden Globes, does the producer(s) of the show get a Golden Globe?
I’m asking beacuse in IMDB the cateogry has no producers or recipients listed. Breaking Bad won last, and Vince Gilligan is not listed in IMDB as Golden Globe Winner. Who gets the Globe for Series?
If an individual won Oscar as producer, Tony for Musical, Emmy as a producers AND his movie won Best Picture – Drama at the Globes, is he an EGOT winner.
Is this producer win the Golden Globe?June 11, 2014 at 3:41 pm #319228
The G in EGOT is for Grammy, not golden globe…so no
I dont really know the answer, sorry, but yeah, who gets that…June 11, 2014 at 5:41 pm #319229
This is a very good question and something I’ve wondered too. At acceptance speeches, we see only one Globe. But, like with the Emmys, are multiple Globes given to the winners? I wonder the same for other categories too (i.e. when both Jason Reitman and Sheldon Turner won Best Screenplay for Up in the Air).June 11, 2014 at 6:58 pm #319230
All the producers win Globes for TV program wins (just like at Emmys). All main producers win for films. For some reason, the Globe website does not list their wins. If you click on any recent candidates in our predictions center, I always make sure to include the producer wins (even though not listed on IMDB or the HFPA website).
For example, Tom Hanks has way more Globe wins and nominations than the Globes admit. We’ve seen him on stage for all those miniseries victories, so we know he has those trophies.
Mark Wahlberg is another good example. According to them he has 2 career nominations with no wins. We show that he has 12 career nominations with a win for “Boardwalk Empire.”June 12, 2014 at 3:52 am #319231
That’s interesting, but how do you know who to credit with a nomination/win? I’ve neven seen the Golden Globes list producers’ names for TV projects. Some are obvious, but what do you do about the rest? The Emmys and the Producers Guild often have different lists and things would be even more difficult at the Globes, especially for shows on broadcast networks which air the second half of one season and the first half of another season during the eligibility period.June 12, 2014 at 4:39 am #319232
Yes, producers get them and I remember at least two cases that confirm this. Andy Samberg last months said on his monologue on SNL that he won TWO Golden Globes for Brooklyn Nine Nine, for example. He’s a producer of the show. And I remember back when Glee won, Ryan Murphy said in interviews that it was his second Globe, since he won for Nip/Tuck, and he would keep this Golden Globe next to that one.
In both cases I was sort of shocked/confused/cleared about how Golden Globes are given to the producers, if Samberg has won two Globes, wether IMDB or the Globe site says so or not, then all producers credited or submitted clearly get their Globe.
Boomer also mentions Mark Whalberg who I can 100% remember saying in interviews that he’s a nominee or a winner (for Entourage and Boardwalk Empir) during the red carpet.
So Sarah Jessica Parker must have like 7 Golden Globes (depending on when she became a producer on SATC).
The only weird thing here is why the winning names are not released or posted on their site or on screen during the awards show (which could be an explanation as to why IMBD doesn’t list them either since they copy the info from official sources). But going by the actual presentation is no explanation since at the Oscars, Emmys and I think even the Grammys (with album categories), producers are presented with just one award.June 12, 2014 at 11:15 am #319233
I have an unrelated question, about SAG awards.
When did the Ensemble rules come into place? Right now it’s just “more than half” regardless of how many that is, right?
But I noticed that SATC only ever had the 4 lead ladies as the ensemble, but at the very least David Eigenberg was in most of the episodes for 2001, 2003 and 2004…June 12, 2014 at 11:39 am #319234
Yes, producers get them and I remember at least two cases that confirm this. Andy Samberg last months said on his monologue on SNL that he won TWO Golden Globes for Brooklyn Nine Nine, for example. He’s a producer of the show.
When I interviewed Laura McCreary, a co-executive producer/writer, she said that she did not attend the ceremony, but she got a trophy too.