From Yellowstone to Elvis: How to Watch the Golden Globe Winners

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Tuesday hosted the first televised Golden Globe Awards in two years, making it the 80th Golden Globes. The stellar event awards both TV shows and films, as well as the actors and actresses in them, in various categories such as Best Drama and Best Comedy.

It was a particularly exciting night thanks to its electric host Jerrod Carmichael and of course the various films and shows that have received recognition for their accomplishments. We’re here to find out all the winners, as well as where you can watch them on streaming platforms.

How to watch award-winning films from the Golden Globes


Best Drama

Best Director (Steven Spielberg)

Fabelmans took home perhaps the biggest award of the evening, winning in the Drama category and earning Steven Spielberg his third Golden Globe in the Director category. In the semi-autobiographical film, Gabriel LaBelle plays Sammy Feibelman, a fictionalized version of Spielberg, alongside Michelle Williams, Paul Dano and Seth Rogen. While the movie is still in theaters, you can watch it at home for $19.99 on Apple TV, Prime Video, and more.

Broadcast to Prime Video

Banshee of Inisherina

Best Comedy or Musical

Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical (Colin Farrell)

Best Screenplay (Martin McDonagh)

Banshee of Inisherina is Martin McDonagh’s fifth turn as a writer/director and has reunited Farrell and Gleason for the first time since 2008. In Bruges for a poignant, often hilarious look at a disintegrating friendship. You can watch the movie (and Farrell in all his sunny glory) on HBO Max.

Broadcast on HBO Max

All, Everywhere, All at once

Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical (Michelle Yeoh)

Best Supporting Actor (Ke Hui Quan)

Euphoric multiverse film by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert All, Everywhere, All at once was nominated for several awards at this year’s Golden Globes and brought home wins for the wonderful performances of Michelle Yeoh and Ke Hai Quan. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, you can stream it on Showtime or Paramount Plus.

Broadcast on Showtime Broadcast on Paramount Plus


Best Actress in a Drama (Cate Blanchett)

Cate Blanchett earned herself the award for Best Actress (Drama) for Tar, directed by Todd Filed and starring Blanchett as Lydia Tar, a disgraced conductor in freefall. This fall, the film was released in a limited release and has been gradually moving towards distribution through services such as Apple TV and Prime Video.

Broadcast to Prime Video


Best Actor in a Drama (Austin Butler)

Austin Butler won a Golden Globe this year for playing Elvis Presley in Baz Luhrmann’s complex biopic, which also stars Tom Hanks, Olivia DeJong and more. The film is available to watch on HBO Max.

Broadcast on HBO Max

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Best Supporting Actress (Angela Bassett)

Angela Bassett’s breathtaking performance as Queen Ramonda secured her a Golden Globe Award from Marvel. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The film is a continuation of the original. Black Panther in a world set after the death of King Chadwick Boseman T’Challa. The film has yet to be streamed, but it will be available on Disney+ starting February 1st.

Broadcast on Disney+

Argentina, 1985

Best Non-English Film

Argentina, 1985 tells the story of Julio Strassera and Luis Moreno Ocampo’s attempt to bring the Argentine military junta to justice. The film is directed by Santiago Mitre and stars Ricardo Darin, Peter Lansani and Alejandra Flechner.

Broadcast to Prime Video

Guillermo del Toro Pinocchio

Best Animated Film

Guillermo del Toro brings his trademark quirkiness and depth to an all-new retelling of Pinocchio, which won the top award in the animation category on the Globes. The film stars Ewan McGregor, Finn Wolfhard, David Bradley, Tilda Swinton, Ron Perlman and more and is currently available to stream on Netflix.

Stream to Netflix


Best Original Song (“Naatu Naatu” by M. M. Kiravani)

action adventure RRR has been a huge global success since its release and won a Golden Globe for one of its many original songs, “Naatu Naatu” written by M.M. Kiravani and performed by Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava. The film is about two revolutionaries and their struggle against the British Raj.

Stream to Netflix


Best Original Score (Justin Hurwitz)

Composer Justin Hurwitz won the Globe Award for Best Original Score for Music of Babylon, a historical play about late 1920s Hollywood starring Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Jean Smart, Diego Calva, Lee Jun Lee and Jovan Adepo. The film was directed by Damien Chazelle and is still in theaters, but when it hits streaming it will most likely make its way to Paramount Plus.

Broadcast on Paramount Plus

How to watch award-winning shows from the Golden Globes

Dragon House

Best Drama

Dragon House is a fantasy show that serves as a prequel to the TV sensation, Game of Thrones. The action takes place 200 years before the events of the series. Dragon House tells the story of House Targaryen. It won the award for Best Drama.

Broadcast on HBO Max

abbot elementary

Best Comedy

Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical (Kinta Brunson)

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama, Comedy or Musical Series (Tyler James Williams)

abbot elementary is a “pseudo-documentary sitcom” about a group of passionate teachers who go out of their way to educate their students despite a shortage of staff and insufficient funding. abbot elementary won Best Comedy, Quinta Brunson won Best Actress in a Comedy Series, and actor Tyler James Williams won Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.

Broadcast on HBO Max

White Lotus

Best Limited Series/Anthology or TV Movie

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries (Jennifer Coolidge)

White Lotus is a comedy-drama that tells about the lives of the guests of the White Lotus resort of the same name, each of whom has a complicated personal life. White Lotus won Best Limited Series and Jennifer Coolidge won Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series for her performance in the series.

Broadcast on HBO Max


Best Actress in a Drama (Zendaya)

Euphoria, which aired its second season in 2022, follows several teenagers struggling with addiction and trying to find their place in the world amid the chaos of school. Lead actress Zendaya received the award for Best Actress in a Drama.

Broadcast on HBO Max


Best Actor in a Drama (Kevin Costner)

yellowstone is a neo-western drama series about the Dutton family, the owners of the largest ranch in Montana. Kevin Costner plays the head of this family and won Best Actor in a Drama.

Stream on Peacock


Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical (Jeremy Allen White)

Bear is a comedy-drama about Carmen “Carmi” Berzatto, a chef who returns to her Chicago home after her brother’s tragic death to help revive her late brother’s bankrupt restaurant. Jeremy Allen White’s portrayal of Carmy earned him the award for Best Actor in a Comedy.

Stream on Hulu


Best Actress in a Miniseries (Amanda Seyfried)

Screening is a biographical drama that tells the story of the disgraced Elizabeth Holmes and the founding of her ill-fated biotech company Theranos. Amanda Seyfried’s role as Elizabeth Holmes won her the award for Best Actress in a Limited Series.

Stream on Hulu

Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story

Best Actor in a Miniseries (Evan Peters)

Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story This is a controversial biographical account of the infamous cannibal serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. This will be the first season of a true crime anthology that will follow other “monstrous figures” in the future. For his portrayal of Dahmer, Evan Peters won Best Actor in a Limited Series.

Stream to Netflix


Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama, Comedy or Musical Series (Julia Garner)

Grim Shot Ozark tells the story of a financial planner who puts his Chicago family out of business after a money laundering scheme goes wrong. After moving to Missouri, he must raise $500 million to appease a drug lord. Its fourth season was released in 2022, earning Julia Garner the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama for her performance in the series.

Stream to Netflix

Black bird

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries (Paul Walter Houser)

Black bird drama series based on the true story of serial killer Larry Hall. After a 10-year prison sentence, Jimmy Keane receives an offer of a lifetime: if he can get Larry Hall to confess to his crimes, he will be released. Paul Walter Houser won the award for Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series for his portrayal of Larry Hall in the series.

Stream to Apple TV+

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