Nominations for the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards will be announced Monday, Dec. 12. The awards show itself is scheduled for Jan. 8, 2017, and set to be hosted by Jimmy Fallon.
The nominations will be released at 8 a.m. ET via live stream on the Golden Globes website and the complete list will be published on the site shortly afterward.
Movie and television fans can also watch interviews with some of TV and film’s biggest stars, see highlights from past shows and check out last year’s red carpet fashion on the official Golden Globe Awards website. The Golden Globes’ Facebook page and Twitter feed will also be updated with news and sneak peaks between now and the awards ceremony in January.
While the nominations won’t be announced until Monday, there has already been a great deal of speculation about which shows and films deserve a nod at this year’s ceremony.
Expected contenders for movies include Manchester by the Sea and Moonlight in the “Best Picture, Drama” category; La La Land for “Best Picture, Comedy”; Arrival’s Amy Adams and Jackie’s Natalie Portman for “Best Actress, Drama”; and actors Ryan Gosling for La La Land, Warren Beatty for Rules Don’t Apply, Casey Affleck for Manchester by the Sea, and Denzel Washington for Fences.
There are also some obvious nominees for television this year, but the competition will be fierce. Up for nomination in the “Best Series, Drama” category alone are Game of Thrones, The Crown, Westworld, and Stranger Things. The pressure is no less intense for the potential nominees for “Best Series, Comedy or Musical”: Donald Glover’s Atlanta, Issa Rae’s Insecure, fan-favorite Orange is the New Black, Transparent, and Veep all stand an excellent chance at a nod from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Tune in Monday morning at 8 a.m. ET on the Golden Globes website to see who will be nominated to win some of Hollywood’s biggest awards in movies and television.