After Tina Fey and Amy Poehler “went there,” Laura Dern gave the Best Supporting Actor award to Daniel Kaluuya for “Jusdas and the Black Messiah.” There was no sound for Daniel so we almost didn’t hear his acceptance speech.
The other nominees looked surprised, but Bill Murray doesn’t care. Shock that Sacha Baron Cohen didn’t win for “Chicago 7.”
Angela Bassett looked outstanding. She gave Best Supporting Actor, TV: John Boyega for “Small Axe.” Very deserved.
Viola Davis leading a commercial for 50 years of L’Oreal. Interesting. They were a company with a huge Nazi background, no kidding. We’ve come a long way.
A coincidence that the first two awards wen to Black actors after ignoring Black movies? I don’t think so.
Best Actress, Musical or Comedy: Catherine O’Hara for “Schitt’s Creek.”
Animated Film: “Soul”
Actor in Limited Series, etc: Mark Ruffalo, “I Know This Much Is True.” a win for HBO!
Movies: Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin, “The Trial of Chicago 7.” Expected.
Norman Lear, what can you say? He’s amazing and wonderful. A gentleman as always.
Actress, Television Series, Drama: Emma Corrin “The Castle”
Best Song in a Film: Diane Warren from “The Life Ahead”
Best Score: “Soul”
Actor, TV Series Comedy or Musical: Jason Sudeikis, “Ted Lasso”
Best TV Series, Musical or Comedy: “Schitt’s Creek”
Best Actress Musical or Comedy: Rosamund Pike! for “I Care a Lot”
Actor, TV Series, Drama: Josh O’Connor “The Crown”
Foreign Language: “Minari,” which will be a regular Best Picture nominee at the Oscars
TV Series, Drama: “The Crown”
BIG SHOCK Supporting Actress Jodie Foster, “The Mauritanian”
TV Supporting Actress: Gillian Anderson, “The Crown”
TV Best Actress Limited Series: Anya Taylor Joy, “Queen’s Gambit”
TV: Limited Series: “The Queen’s Gambit”
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