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Golden Globes 2022: Full List Of Winners

The 79th edition of the Golden Globe awards, and no one to watch- no live audience, no live streaming, no broadcast. Only a world full of people in anticipation to see the direction of these prestigious awards. Although, the awards did meet a mass boycott with no celebrity on the red carpet as it’s battling the allegation of diversity and ethics. The blackout kept aside, we still have a list of winners, and you definitely don’t want to miss this, just because you’re a loyal fan of the movies! 

Let’s phase right in with the television awards and then move to the movies. 

Golden Globe Awards- Winners in the television categories 

Courtesy: Netflix
  1. Best TV Series – Drama: Succession 

The title quite suits the winner, doesn’t it? 

  1. Best TV Series – Musical/Comedy: Hacks

Competing against TV series like The Great, Only Murders in the Building, Reservation Dogs, and Ted Lasso wasn’t easy!

  1. Best Miniseries or TV Film: The Underground Railroad 

With other nominations like Dopesick, Impeachment, Maid, Mare of Easttown, The Underground Railroad shined bright!

  1. Best Actress – Drama: Michaela Jae (Mj) Rodriguez (Pose

And who else was in running for this award? Uzo Aduba for Treatment, Jennifer Aniston for The Morning Show, Christine Baranski for The Good Fight, and Elisabeth Moss for The Handmaid’s Tale. 

  1. Best Actor – Drama: Jeremy Strong (Succession)

Ahh, Jeremy Strong for Succession- quite deserving!

  1. Best Actress – Musical/Comedy: Jean Smart (Hacks)

Oh, and Hannah Einbinder from Hacks was also nominated for this award. 

  1. Best Actor – Musical/Comedy: Jason Sudeikis (Ted Lasso)

There were two nominations for Only Murders in the Building, and Ted Lasso won against them and the others! The tough fight must say. 

  1. Best Supporting Actress: Sarah Snook (Succession)

And there we go, Succession bags yet another award, and so well deserved.

  1. Best Supporting Actor: O Yeong-su (Squid Game)

Two nominations from The Morning Show, one from Succession, and one from Ted Lasso, but O Yeong-su bags it for Squid game. 

  1. Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Film: Kate Winslet (Mare Of Easttown)

There’s nothing to say, it’s Kate Winslet- not that the other nominees weren’t deserving!

  1. Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Film: Michael Keaton (Dopesick)

An applauding performance meets with a Golden Globe- so meant to be! 

Golden Globe Awards- Winners in the Film categories 

Courtesy: Netflix; 20th Century Studios; HBO
  1. Best Film – Drama: The Power Of The Dog

Beginning with the best, and it was indeed, one of the best films we’ve watched!


  • Best Film – Musical/Comedy: West Side Story


West Side Story was up against Cyrano, Don’t Look Up, Licorice Pizza, Tick, Tick… Boom.


  • Best Director: Jane Campion (The Power Of The Dog) 


If it’s the best, it’s the best- no second thoughts! 

  1. Best Actress – Drama: Nicole Kidman (Being The Ricardos)

Nicole Kidman wins many hearts… again!


  • Best Actor – Drama: Will Smith (King Richard)


Let’s repeat here- Will Smith wins many hearts… again!

  1. Best Actress – Musical/Comedy: Rachel Zegler (West Side Story)

A winning performance, indeed!


  • Best Actor – Musical/Comedy: Andrew Garfield (tick, tick…BOOM!)


If you haven’t watched him yet, you’re missing out!

  1. Best Supporting Actress: Ariana DeBose (West Side Story)

Ariana DeBose was nominated alongside Caitríona Balfe for Belfast, Kirsten Dunst for The Power of the Dog, Aunjanue Ellis for King Richard, and Ruth Negga for Passing.

  1. Best Supporting Actor: Kodi Smit-McPhee (The Power Of The Dog)

One to watch. 

  1. Best Screenplay: Kenneth Branagh (Belfast)

If you’ve watched it, you’ll know it. 

  1. Best Foreign Language Film: Drive My Car (Japan)

With films from over the world, including Germany, Italy, Iran, and Spain, to name a few this one’s a winner on Golden Globes this year. 


  • Best Animated Feature: Encanto


Could there be anything cuter? 

  1. Best Original Score: Hans Zimmer for The Dune 

Congratulations are in order. 

  1. Best Original Song: No Time To Die from No Time To Die by Billie Eilish, Finneas O’Connell

Okay, we’ve all heard it on loop! 

Kudos to all the winners! It’s unsaid that all the nominations were one better than the other but there’s always only one winner. Until next year on the Golden Globe Awards.