'The Crown' reigns for online TV at Sunday's Golden Globes
- Author: Stacy Houston Jan 10, 2017,
Jan 10, 2017, 0:58
Holding his award the actor said: "I won at the last ever Golden Globes".
Foy won the award for her portrayal of a young Queen Elizabeth II on Netflix's historical drama.
British stars and TV shows dominated the 2017 Golden Globe awards with six awards going to United Kingdom actors or programmes.
Another new show, Amazon's legal drama "Goliath", won one award for best drama actor for its star Billy Bob Thornton.
The Night Manager, a six-episode co-production between BBC and AMC, won thrice-supporting actor (Hugh Laurie), supporting actress (Olivia Colman) and Tom Hiddleston (actor) getting celebrated. This year, that distinction went to "Black-ish" star Tracee Ellis Ross, who also beat out Emmy favorite Julia Louis-Dreyfus ("Veep") and Sarah Jessica Parker ("Divorce") and could not hide her delight.
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CEO Mike Hopkins said that its live TV streaming service will cost "under $40". Turner's channels were picked up in April.
"I really, really, really, wouldn't be here if it wasn't for some extraordinary women, and I'm gonna thank them".
"Big shout-out to John Lithgow!" she said. Moreover, Donald Glover became the best actor for a comedy series Atlanta that was awarded the top comedy or musical series.
He dedicated his award to his wife film-maker Sam Taylor-Johnson, 49, describing her as his soulmate and thanking her for "putting up with me", adding: "Jesus, I was not very pleasant in this role".
The channel was shut out at the Globes for the first time since Globes host Jimmy Fallon was in high school. One of them is Queen Elizabeth II.
Damien Chazelle won the Best Screenplay and Best Director for La La Land. She stars in the ABC series "Black-ish". The win for limited series or movie went to FX's juggernaut "The People V. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story".