Netflix sweeps the 78th edition of the Golden Globes with 10 awards. Here are the films, directors, actors and actresses with the most awards at the gala.
Despite the still latent outbreak of coronavirus and after delaying the date of the event, this Sunday night – February 28 – the 78th edition of the Golden Globes was held from two venues: New York and California.
Those in charge of conducting the ceremony were Amy Poehler, who took the lead from the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles, and Tina Fey, who did the same from New York.
Despite being an atypical evening due to the current health situation, the gala was full of great and emotional moments. One of them was when Chadwick Boseman received a posthumous Golden Globe for his performance in Netflix’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.
And it is that Netflix was precisely the production company that swept the prelude to the Oscars, which is why, below, we leave you the films, directors, actors and actresses that received the most awards at the gala.
Golden Globes 2021: Films, directors, actors and actresses with the most awards
Netflix swept a total of ten Golden Globes, this thanks to ‘ The Crown ‘ which won the award for ‘Best Performance of an actor in a television series – Drama’ (Josh O’Connor), ‘Best Performance of an Actress in a Television Series – Drama ‘ (Emma Corrin), ‘ Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Television Movie ‘ (Gillian Anderson) and Best Television Series – Drama ‘.
Followed by ‘ The Crown ‘ is ‘ The Queen’s Gambit ‘, a production that won the Golden Globe for ‘ Best performance by an actress in a miniseries or television movie ‘(Anya Taylor-Joy) and’ Best television limited series or movie for television ‘.
Among the other productions that only won one award but managed to position Netflix as the winner, are ‘I Care a Lot’, ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’, ‘The Life Ahead’ and ‘ The Trial of the Chicago 7’.
Followed by Netflix is Amazon Prime Video, a production company that managed to obtain four Golden Globes thanks to ‘ Borat Subsequent Moviefilm ‘ that won two awards, one for ‘ Best actor in a musical or comedy film’ and another for ‘Best musical or film comedy’. ‘I Know This Much Is True’ and ‘Small Ax’ won an award respectively.
For its part, Disney + won two awards thanks to ‘ Soul ‘, a film that it won for ‘Best Original Music’ and ‘Best Animated Film’. CBC ‘s ‘ Schitt’s Creek ‘and Searchlight Pictures’ ‘ Nomadland ‘also took home two Golden Globes.
Among the productions that only won one award are ‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday ‘,’ Judas and the Black Messiah ‘(Warner Bros.),’ The Mauritanian ‘ and’ Ted Lasso ‘ (Apple TV).