THE Golden Globe come here and we separate our guesses and bets for the TV categories at the awards.
Check it out here:
Best Drama Series
The AmericansBodyguardHomecomingKilling EvePose
Our guess: Killing Eve
2018 was marked by the word obsession, where three of the series nominated for the category talk about the theme. Killing Eve as one of the best productions of the year has a certain advantage with Homecoming and The Americans over there running outside.
Best Comedy Series
BarryThe Good PlaceKiddingThe Kominsky MethodThe Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Our guess: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
It looks like the Golden Globe will repeat last year’s winner, especially with The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, being the only series that returned on last year’s list for this one. But still, we have The Kominsky Method as a novelty (something that HFPA loves to reward) and then runs out.
Best Miniseries or TV Movie
The AlienistThe Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime StoryEscape at DannemoraSharp ObjectsA Very English Scandal
Our guess: Sharp Objects
Clear, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story has the weight of having already won the Emmy in the 2018 edition, the other productions also have their weight. Sharp Objects comes with strength with its protagonists and must come out victorious.
Best Actress in a Drama Series
Caitriona Balfe, for OutlanderElizabeth Moss, by The Handmaid’s TaleSandra Oh, by Killing EveJulia Roberts, by HomecomingKery Rusell, for The Americans
Our guess: Sandra Oh
Sandra Oh is growing this year with Killing Eve and must read the award (in addition to being the host of the night). Julia Roberts may take some votes from older members. The dispute for this category is quite unpredictable.
Best Actor in a Drama Series
Jason Bateman, for OzarkStephan James, for HomecomingRichard Madden, for BodyguardBilly Porter, for PoseMatthew Rhys, for The Americans
Our guess: Stephan James
The dispute for Best Actor in Drama continues, shall we say, disputed, as well as for Best Actress in Drama.
The favorites are Matthew Rhys and Stephan James. Our bet goes to the second, but anything is possible.
Best Actress in a Comedy Series
Kristen Bell, for The Good PlaceCandace Bergen, for Murphy BrownAlison Brie, for GLOWRachel Brosnahan, by The Marvelous Mrs. MaiselDebra Messing, for Will & Grace
Our guess: Kristen Bell
In Best Actress in Comedy, we have strong competitors. The dispute seems to be polarized between Rachel Brosnahan who took the award last year and the actress Kristen Bell, in short, nominated.
Alison Brie, the only name that was on the list, besides Brosnahan runs outside.
Best Actor in a Comedy Series
Sacha B aron Cohen, for Who Is America?Jim Carrey, for KiddingMichael Douglas, for The Kominsky MethodDonald Glover, for AtlantaBill Hader, for Barry
Our guess: Michael Douglas
Clear, Bill Hader took the Emmy award for Barry (HBO), but now, at the Golden Globes we have big Hollywood names like Jim Carrey (a zebra) and the other favorite Michael Douglas that you should take.
Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie
Amy Adams, by Sharp ObjectsPatricia Arquette, by Escape at DannemoraConnie Britton, for Dirty JohnLaura Dern, for The TaleRegina King, for 7 Seconds
Our guess: Amy Adams
Amy Adams was one of the most talked about names in 2018, and has great chances here to take (much more than in the cinema category!). The actress has other favorites, Regina King and Patricia Arquette in the dispute.
Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie
Antonio Banderas, for Genius: PicassoDarren Criss, for The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime StoryBenedict Cumberbatch, for Patrick MelroseDaniel Brühl, for The AlienistHugh Grant, for A Very English Scandal
Our guess: Darren Criss
Darren Criss, is the main name of the second season of American Crime Story and after taking the Emmy, the actor is also a Golden Globe favorite. Hugh Grant, another highly rated name, seems to run the gamut.
Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries or TV Movie
Alex Bornstein, for The Marvelous Mrs. MaiselPatricia Clarkson, for Sharp ObjectsPenelope Cruz, by The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime StoryThandie Newton, by WestworldYvonne Strahovski, for The Handmaid’s Tale
Our guess: Patricia Clarkson
Patricia Clarkson comes as a favorite in this category, where we still have the strong presence of Penelope Cruz and Thandie Newton.
Another category with strong names, where anyone can take.
Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or TV Movie
Alan Arkin, for The Kominsky MethodKieran Culkin, for SuccessionEdgar Ramirez, for The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime StoryBen Whishaw, for A Very English ScandalHenry Winkler, for Barry
Our guess: Alan Arkin
In a category without a name that stands out, veterans Alan Arkin and Henry Winkler seem to polarize the dispute with Ben Whishaw on the sidelines. We are not sure who takes it.
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