The Golden Globes are saying “goodbye” to having the ceremony televised on NBC.
The Hollywood Overseas Press Affiliation will nonetheless honor one of the best in films and TV for the Golden Globes subsequent yr, in accordance with the Wrap, nonetheless, the present won’t air on NBC in a dwell telecast.
“The HFPA plans to acknowledge the performances of 2021 to rejoice the nice work of the business this previous yr on the 79th annual Golden Globes,” a supply informed the outlet.
The report stated it’s unknown how the awards will likely be handed out and whether or not or not there will likely be a telecast in any respect.
HFPA President Helen Hoehne and interim CEO Todd Boehly despatched a memo to publicists and studios on Oct. 8 that outlined the brand new guidelines and rules for submitting tasks for award consideration.
NBC stated in Could that it wouldn’t air the present in 2022.
“We proceed to imagine that the HFPA is dedicated to significant reform. Nevertheless, change of this magnitude takes time and work, and we really feel strongly that the HFPA wants time to do it proper,” the community stated. “As such, NBC won’t air the 2022 Golden Globes. Assuming the group executes on its plan, we’re hopeful we will likely be ready to air the present in January 2023.”
The rankings for the 2021 ceremony plummeted to an all-time low with Nielsen rankings recorded at 6.9 million viewers. The earlier yr’s present noticed 18.3 million viewers.
Marvel star Scarlett Johansson referred to as out the HFPA earlier this yr as nicely over the shortage of variety within the group’s board. The actress stated it’s time for Hollywood to distance itself from the affiliation.
She referred to as the group “a company that was legitimized by the likes of Harvey Weinstein to amass momentum for Academy recognition.”
“Except there’s needed elementary reform throughout the group, I imagine it’s time that we take a step again from the HFPA,” she stated on the time.