Golden Globes 2017: La La Land Sweeps in All Categories

La La Land dominated the 74th Golden Globe Awards.

The musical ode to Los Angeles won a record seven awards, sweeping all the categories in which it was nominated — including the biggest prize (best musical/comedy), earning acting for Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone.

“Elle” (Sony Classics) was second on the Golden Globes leaderboard, racking up two wins for best foreign language film and best actress in a drama for Isabelle HupperGolden Globes Placeholder

TV newcomers dominated the small-screen categories.

AMC’s “The Night Manager” was the big winner with three prizes (for actors Tom Hiddleston, Hugh Laurie, and Olivia Colman). “Atlanta” was a close second with two wins, including one of the top awards (best TV series comedy). Donald Glover also won for actor in a TV drama, helping FX climb to the top of the network scoreboard. FX nabbed two additional prizes for “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.”

Motion Picture:

“La La Land”– 7
“Elle”– 2
“Manchester by the Sea”– 1
“Moonlight”– 1
“Nocturnal Animals”– 1
“Zootopia”– 1

Television Series:

“The Night Manager”– 3
“Atlanta”– 2
“The Crown”– 2
“The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story”– 2
“black-ish”– 1
“Goliath”– 1

Motion Picture Distributor:

Lionsgate– 7
Sony Pictures Classics– 2
A24– 1
Amazon Studios– 1
Focus Features– 1
Paramount Pictures– 1
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures– 1

Television Network:

FX– 4
AMC– 3
Netflix– 2
ABC– 1
Amazon Video– 1

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