These were the winners of the Golden Globes

We gather the winners of the most important Golden Globes awards.

Joaquin Phoenix, poster of the series 'Chernobyl', scene of the series 'The Crown'.

Joaquin Phoenix, poster of the series ‘Chernobyl’, scene of the series ‘The Crown’. / Photos: NBC, sensacine.com, youtube.com/netflix

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Last Sunday, January 5, the Golden Globe Awards ceremony was celebrated, which rewards the best of American cinema and television. Here are the winners of the biggest categories.


Best movie, Drama: 1917

This historical drama is directed by applauded Sam Mendes and inspired by the memories of his own grandfather. The film follows two young soldiers during a day in World War I. The film also won the Best Director award.

Best Movie, Comedy: Once Upon a Time in … Hollywood

Quentin Tarantino's highly anticipated film, which reinterprets the Hollywood of the seventies in the light of the events surrounding the creation of the cult of Charlie Manson, takes this time the award for best comedy and the Best Screenplay award.

Best Actress, Drama: Renée Zellweer for her performance in Judy

Renée Zellweger plays Judy Garland in this biographical film of the interpreter. The film follows the events around a series of concerts that took place in the winter of 1958 in London.

Best Actor, Drama: Joaquin Phoenix for his performance in Joker

The interpretation of Joaquín Phoenix under the direction of Todd Phillips in this new version of the Joker takes this time the award for best actor in a drama.

Best Actress, Comedy: Awkwafina for her performance in The Farewell

Awkwafina plays a young Chinese-American woman who must adapt to the lie her family has woven to hide that the grandmother is dying. A feature film in which the conceptions of death and family from East and West meet to make comedy.

Best Actor, Comedy: Taron Egerton for his performance in Rocketman

The interpretation of Taron Eggerton as Elton John in his biographical film takes the award for best actor in a comedy.

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Best Series, Drama: Succession / Best Actor, Drama: Brian Cox for his performance in Succession

This HBO series, which is already in its second season and which follows the dramas of a family that owns the largest international media conglomerate, takes two of the most important awards of the evening: Best drama series and Best actor in A drama series.

Best Actress, Drama: Olivia Colman for her performance in The Crown

The historical Netflix drama that follows the British royal family changed its cast completely for their third season and chose Olivia Colman as their Queen Elizabeth II. Today she is awarded the Best Actress in a drama series.

Best Series, Comedy: Fleabag / Best Actress, Comedy: Phoebe Waller-Bridge for her performance in Fleabag

Phoebe Waller-Bridge is the writer and protagonist of this, which for many is the series of the year. Today he won the Best Comedy awards for his second season and Best Actress in a comedy series for the interpretation of its creator. This British series follows its protagonist in the city of London and his family and love dramas with a raw and feminist humor.

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Best Actor, Comedy: Ramy Youssef for his performance in Ramy

Ramy Youssef is the creator and protagonist of this comedy of Hulu that tells the life of a young man of Egyptian descent that is debated day by day between the American and Muslim cultures.

Best miniseries or television movie: Chernobyl

This super production of HBO takes on this occasion the golden globe for Best miniseries for counting crudely and compassionately the events that surrounded the explosion of the nuclear plant in 1986.


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