HWD Daily – The Golden Globes Return — For Now
The Golden Globes Return—For Now
After a year off the air, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced today that the Golden Globes ceremony would return to NBC and Peacock on January 10, 2023. Last year’s awards were distributed via Twitter, after allegations were raised about racism, ethics, and diversity in the awarding organization, and NBC suggested it would consider televising the broadcast again only if “meaningful reform” came to the show. The HFPA later released new membership breakdowns, and NBC has agreed to broadcast the next ceremony—but only under a one-year deal. Read more about the changes and what to expect from the broadcast.
Elsewhere in HWD, when you’ve explored the far reaches of the universe as much as the sprawling Star Wars saga has, you might think it would be difficult to find new material to mine. Andor, the new Diego Luna–starring Disney+ show, challenges that belief. VF’s Anthony Breznican talks with Luna and creator Tony Gilroy about their vision for the show, and our critic Richard Lawson is intrigued by the dynamics of what he calls the best Star Wars series yet. Johnny Knoxville is done getting hit in the head, and now he’s hitting his marks on Reboot. Camila Mendes and Maya Hawke are backstabbing high schoolers set on getting even in Do Revenge, but how do they fare when they’re put to a lie detector test? Find all this and more, only on HWD.
And the Televised Ceremony Goes To…
After a series of bombshell reports, the Golden Globes took a year off and the 2022 awards were distributed via Twitter. The ceremony returns to NBC next year, but there’s a catch.
The Everyman Goes to Space
With Andor, Diego Luna and creator Tony Gilroy experiment with taking viewers on a journey more tonally akin to The Wire (in space) than a genre fantasy.
The Corridors of Galactic Power
VF’s Richard Lawson calls Andor a “nervous espionage thriller” in his review, highlighting a show that encourages viewers to examine power structures in the galaxy far, far away.
And for His Next Trick…
Johnny Knoxville discusses trading stunts for sitcoms with his latest role, on Hulu’s Reboot.
Pretty Little Lie Detectors
Do Revenge stars Camila Mendes and Maya Hawke take a lie detector test and tell us how they really feel about Stranger Things and whether Hawke self-identifies as “a phony.”