For a TV award that means even less than most, it helped to be new and it helped to be famous.
No surprises here: 12 Years a Slave and American Hustle lead in the film categories
Featuring a dancing mailman, an elf who dreams of a career in dentistry, and some musically gifted otters
Spoiler alert: it’s probably not worth the money
The famed game-show host celebrated his 90th birthday with a return to the show
“I think [the Golden Globes] should change the category to best musical or comedy which isn’t actually that funny at all but is just an awesome movie.”
The sci-fi movie is based on the book ‘All You Need is Kill’
The actor was promoting ‘Anchorman 2′
Jesse Eisenberg will co-star
Acclaimed actress Susan Sarandon reveals on Watch What Happens Live that she was stoned at almost all of the awards shows she’s attended over the years, from the Emmys to the Golden Globes.
“My kids would hate me.”
Our staffers sample the official tea of the Dowager Countess
‘Gentleman’ received nearly 600 million views on YouTube
Three cheers for product placement
On “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Tom Hanks gave one audience member a Christmas card photo she’ll never forget.
A “flirting” nontroversy gives an unfortunate example of the kind of news treatment female politicians have to lean into.
12 Years a Slave and Breaking Bad get love. Wolf of Wall Street and Mad Men get snubbed.