Succession Leads Golden Globes TV Nominations


The nominations for the 81st annual Golden Globe Awards have been unveiled, with HBO’s Succession leading on the TV side with nine nods and FX’s The Bear and Hulu’s Only Murders in the Building scoring five apiece.

In TV, HBO/Max earned 17 nominations, closely followed by Netflix with 15.

For drama series, the nominees are 1923, The Crown, The Diplomat, The Last of Us, The Morning Show and Succession.

In comedy, it’s Abbott Elementary up against Barry, The Bear, Jury Duty, Only Murders in the Building and Ted Lasso.

The category for limited series, anthology series or motion picture made for television features All the Light We Cannot See, Beef, Daisy Jones & the Six, Fargo, Fellow Travelers and Lessons in Chemistry.

Performance nods went to Bella Ramsey for The Last of Us, Emma Stone for The Curse, Helen Mirren for 1923, Imelda Staunton for The Crown, Keri Russell for The Diplomat and Sarah Snook for Succession in the drama arena. Male actor nominees in the category are Brian Cox for Succession, Dominic West for The Crown, Gary Oldman for Slow Horses, Jeremy Strong for Succession, Kieran Culkin for Succession and Pedro Pascal for The Last of Us.

For musical or comedy series, the performance nominees are Ayo Edebiri for The Bear, Elle Fanning for The Great, Natasha Lyonne for Poker Face, Quinta Brunson for Abbott Elementary, Rachel Brosnahan for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Selena Gomez for Only Murders in the Building, as well as Bill Hader for Barry, Jason Segel for Shrinking, Jason Sudeikis for Ted Lasso, Jeremy Allen White for The Bear, Martin Short for Only Murders in the Building and Steve Martin for Only Murders in the Building.

The performance nominees for limited series, anthology series or motion picture made for television are Ali Wong for Beef, Brie Larson for Lessons in Chemistry, Elizabeth Olsen for Love & Death, Juno Temple for Fargo, Rachel Weisz for Dead Ringers and Riley Keough for Daisy Jones & the Six. The actor side of the category features David Oyelowo for Lawmen: Bass Reeves, Jon Hamm for Fargo, Matt Bomer for Fellow Travelers, Sam Claflin for Daisy Jones & the Six, Steven Yeun for Beef and Woody Harrelson for White House Plumbers.

Supporting nods went to Abby Elliott for The Bear, Christina Ricci for Yellowjackets, Elizabeth Debicki for The Crown, Hannah Waddingham for Ted Lasso, J. Smith-Cameron for Succession and Meryl Streep for Only Murders in the Building, as well as Alan Ruck for Succession, Alexander Skarsgård for Succession, Billy Crudup for The Morning Show, Ebon Moss–Bachrach for The Bear, James Marsden for Jury Duty and Matthew Macfadyen for Succession.

In the category for best performance in stand-up comedy on television, the nominees are Amy Schumer: Emergency Contact, Chris Rock: Selective Outrage, Ricky Gervais: Armageddon, Sarah Silverman: Someone You Love, Trevor Noah: Where Was I and Wanda Sykes: I’m an Entertainer.

The 81st Golden Globe Awards will take place on January 7, 2024, at the Beverly Hilton. The three-hour ceremony will air live on CBS, be streamed on Paramount+ and be available on the CBS app starting at 8 p.m.