And that's a wrap on this year's Golden Globes, and at least on the movie side of things it mostly went according to plan. Damien Chazelle's La La Land cleaned up with seven wins. The beloved Hollywood musical won Best Picture (comedy/musical), Best Actor for Ryan Gosling, Best Actress for Emma Stone, Best Original Song, Best Score, Best Screenplay, and finally, Best Director.
Barry Jenkins' champion drama Moonlight had the crowd leaving with a smile as it took home Best Picture, Drama. Casey Affleck won Best Actor Drama for Manchester by the Sea, as expected, while there was maybe a mild surprise as Isabelle Huppert's performance in Elle beat the supposed frontrunner, Natalie Portman. In another surprise, and one I can't figure out, Aaron Taylor-Johnson won Best Supporting Actor for his villainous turn in Nocturnal Animals, a film the HFPA clearly liked, when it looked like Mahershala Ali had it locked for Moonlight. Could be a sign that his hold on the award isn't as shored up as many thought.
On the TV side, all I really have to say is: "Atlanta. Hell yes."
The full list of winners are below: