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The Hollywood Foreign Press Association handed out wins for the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards Sunday night. "12 Years a Slave" and "American Hustle" were the big winners in the Best Picture ranks, while "Dallas Buyers Club," "Gravity" and "The Wolf of Wall Street" took major prizes as well.
Check out the full list of nominees and winners below, and remember to keep track of the season via The Circuit.
The only way I can deal with the time that elapses between seasons for "Game Of Thrones" is to forget the show exists completely. While I think many modern television shows have gotten scientifically precise about dropping cliffhangers on audiences from week to week, there is something about "Game Of Thrones" which sinks the hooks in just that little bit deeper, and season three was a fantastic example of that.
HBO took advantage of all the eyes locked on the Golden Globes tonight to roll out the first full trailer for season four of their most exciting series, and it certainly looks like this coming year is going to be full of monumental events.
More than anything at this point, I'm dying to see how David Benioff and D.B. Weiss handle the adaptation moving forward. While I wouldn't call anything about wrestling "A Song Of Ice and Fire" onto the screen "easy," I think the first three books offer a fairly solid dramatic spine, and while there were hard choices they had to make for each season, it still seemed like the basic starting place was a good one.
This year, certain fashion trends made themselves apparent on the red carpet of the 2014 Golden Globes. Minimal make-up, nude color schemes, strong eyebrows and blinding brights were just a few. The problem is, of course, what a stylist says is "on-trend" may look fine on the runway and like crap on a mere mortal. There were a lot of near misses on the carpet this season. Let's hope that some of these trends don't bleed through to your next formal event, lest you feel the need to hold down a friend and force her to wear lip gloss. It could get ugly. I'm just warning you.
Welcome to the 71st Golden Globe Awards live-blog!
Wait. That sounds wrong. This is probably only my third or fourth Golden Globe live-blog.
At HitFix, we've already made our full predictions. I did the TV guesses and they're all pretty ludicrous. That's why we like the Globes. Anything can happen. Thanks, alcohol!
Follow along for all of the excitement. And sound off in the comments. I'll chatter down there as well.
Click through and brace for The Poehler Vortex.
Like everybody else ever, I love Jennifer Lawrence. Not only is she an amazing actress, she's been impeccable on the red carpet since before most of us knew who the hell she was ("Winter's Bone" fans, go ahead and be smug). But tonight at the Golden Globes, I have questions. What do you think of her dress?
The day before the Golden Globes has always been packed full of industry events and pre-show parties. 2014 was no different, especially if you were anywhere near Doheny Drive in Beverly Hills or West Hollywood.
Study: "Girls" only shows nudity 3% of the time
Buzzfeed went through every scene from the first two seasons and discovered that the HBO series features very little nudity. Of the 3% nudity shown, 74% is female and 26% male. PLUS: Lena Dunham accused of exploiting struggling writers.
Happy 60th birthday, Howard Stern!
The shock jock and "America's Got Talent" judge today enters his 60s. Stern will formally celebrate his birthday later this month with a Jimmy Kimmel-hosted birthday bash.
The Weather Channel claims a public safety crisis will result if it's pulled from DirecTV
The cable channel is urging DirecTV customers to contact members of Congress about "this public safety issue."
ABC News names Mindy Kaling "Person of the Week"
Watch Diane Sawyer and "World News Tonight" praise "America's New It Girl."
"Young Jimmy Fallon" featured in "Tonight show" promo
"The president is a poopy head."
BBC America renews Dominic Monaghan's "Wild Things," orders a 1970s spy series
"The Game" will be a thriller set during the Cold War.
Watch the 1st trailer for Ron Moore's "Outlander"
The Starz drama is based on Diana Gabaldon's best-selling books.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt's "HitRecord On TV" renewed before its TV premiere
The Pivot channel also announced that Meghan McCain will star in a new late-night series called "TakePart Live." PLUS: Pivot cancels "Raising McCain" and "Jersey Strong."
"The Queen Latifah Show" begins layoffs
As much as 20 staffers are losing their jobs due to the talk show being "hugely over budget."
Why the Sunday night TV glut?
Network and cable programmers say they put their best stuff on Sundays because it's the most-watched night of the week.
Hallmark Channel is adapting the "Chesapeake Shores" book series
Best-selling author Sherryl Woods' series of novels could hit TV by 2015.
David Cassidy arrested for DUI for 3rd time
The "Partridge Family" star was taken into custody Friday night by the CHP.
Like big, historical drama? Period costumes; a feisty time-traveling woman and lots of beautiful scenery? Then "Outlander," a new series based on the book series that's set to air this summer on Starz, is right for you. Just check out this trailer and enjoy the tartan.
Hey Clone Club, the first second-season scene of "Orphan Black" was shown at press tour, and I think it's safe to say that the pressure is not letting up on Sarah and the rest of the clones as their story continues. First, a recap of the scene, then we'll get into what Tatiana Maslany, Jordan Gavaris and co-creator Graeme Manson had to say (and after press tour, I'll be writing up my own one-on-one interviews with Manson and Gavaris, which hint at some big picture shifts ahead). Hold on to your hats. It's gonna be a bumpy ride when the show returns Sat. April 19 at 9:00 p.m. on BBC America.