Guess who’s back on Sunday night. The 81st Golden Globe Awards will take place on Sunday, Jan. 7, 2024, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced Tuesday.
The Globes will reclaim its usual post on the first (non-New Year’s Day) Sunday to kick off awards season, but it’s still unknown where the ceremony will air next year. The HFPA did not announce a broadcast partner, but producers at Dick Clark Productions have “multiple offers” from linear TV and streaming networks, including the Globes’ most recent home, NBC, according to our sister site Variety.
Last month, the Globes aired on Tuesday, Jan. 10 to avoid the final regular season NFL game on Sunday, Jan. 8 and the CFP National Championship on Monday, Jan. 9. It was the Globes’ telecast since 2021 after NBC, which has aired the Globes since 1996, dropped the show in 2022 in the wake of a Los Angeles Times exposé that revealed that the HFPA did not have any Black members. The HFPA announced its winners in 2022 in a private ceremony with no nominees in attendance. After the group underwent reforms, NBC agreed to air the ceremony in 2023 under a one-year contract.
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Hosted by Jerrod Carmichael, the 80th annual ceremony, which also streamed on Peacock, drew 6.3 million viewers on NBC, down from the 6.9 million that the 2021 telecast earned. The ceremony was topped by “The Banshees of Inisherin” and “Abbott Elementary,” both of which took home three awards.
If the Globes leaves NBC, it’ll be the second awards show to change broadcast partners in recent weeks. Last month, the Screen Actors Guild Awards announced it will air on Netflix starting in 2024 (this year’s ceremony, on Sunday, will be streamed live on Netflix’s YouTube page) after losing TNT and TBS as broadcast partners last year.
Full disclosure: Dick Clark Productions is owned by joint venture Penske Media Eldridge, sharing Gold Derby’s parent company, Penske Media Corporation.
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