Golden Globes GOAT! Meryl Streep is the ruling queen of awards show – here are the EIGHT roles she has won for out of a staggering 33 nominations

The Golden Globes signal the start of awards season in Hollywood – with Tinseltown’s hottest stars hoping to win big on the night.

The three time Oscar winner’s flawless turns in eight incredible productions – including Kramer vs Kramer, The Iron Lady and Sophie’s Choice – has seen her beat out the competition time and time again.

She last scooped a Golden Globe back in 2017, taking home the honorary Cecil B. DeMille Award for her incredible achievements in cinema and TV.

Streep is nominated again this year in the Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries, or Television Film for Only Murders In The Building.

 As the 2024 Globes prepares to kick off on Sunday night – DailyMail.com looks back at Meryl Streep’s eight Golden Globe winning roles…

Meryl Streep has won the most Golden Globe Awards in history – with nine wins and 33 nominations (pictured 2017 with the honorary Cecil B.DeMille Award)

1980 – KRAMER VS. KRAMER

Meryl would win her first Golden Globe in 1980 in the Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture category for her role as Joanna (Stern) Kramer in 1979 drama, Kramer vs. Kramer (pictured with Dustin Hoffman as Ted Kramer and Justin Henry as Billy Kramer)

Meryl would win her first Golden Globe in 1980 in the Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture category for her role as Joanna (Stern) Kramer in 1979 drama, Kramer vs. Kramer (pictured with Dustin Hoffman as Ted Kramer and Justin Henry as Billy Kramer)

The star won critical acclaim for her portrayal of a quietly struggling wife who shockingly leaves her husband and young son

The star won critical acclaim for her portrayal of a quietly struggling wife who shockingly leaves her husband and young son

Meryl would win her first Golden Globe in 1980 in the Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture category for her role as Joanna (Stern) Kramer in 1979 drama, Kramer vs. Kramer.

The star won critical acclaim for her portrayal of a quietly struggling wife who shockingly leaves her husband (played by Dustin Hoffman) and young son (Justin Henry).

She beat out Kramer vs. Kramer co-star Jane Alexander along with Kathleen Beller – Promises in the Dark. Candice Bergen – Starting Over and Valerie Harper – Chapter Two.

Streep was previously nominated in the same category the prior year for The Deer Hunter. 

Kramer vs Kramer would go on to be nominated for nine Oscars and won five, including Best Actor for Hoffman and Best Supporting Actress for Streep – marking her first Oscars win.

1982 – THE FRENCH LIEUTENANT’S WOMAN

Two years later, the star won the Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama gong for her roles as Miss Sarah Woodruff/Mrs. Roughwood and Anna in 1981 film The French Lieutenant's Woman

Two years later, the star won the Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama gong for her roles as Miss Sarah Woodruff/Mrs. Roughwood and Anna in 1981 film The French Lieutenant’s Woman

Two years later, the star won the Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama gong for her roles as  Miss Sarah Woodruff/Mrs. Roughwood and Anna in 1981 film The French Lieutenant’s Woman.

Streep cast in the role of the former governess who catches the eye of a Victorian gentleman (Jeremy Irons).

Directed by Karel Reisz and produced by Leon Clore, the film also included a clever parallel in a modern story in which the same two actors play lovers.

Streep beat Sally Field – Absence of Malice, Katharine Hepburn – On Golden Pond,  Diane Keaton – Reds and Sissy Spacek – Raggedy Man to the award.

Streep picked up a Best Actress Oscar nomination but was beaten by Hepburn.

1983 – SOPHIE’S CHOICE

Streep won Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama gong for a second consecutive year for 1982 drama, Sophie's Choice. In the film she played Sofia 'Sophie' Zawistowski - a mother interned in a Nazi prison camp who has to decide which one of her children will die

Streep won Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama gong for a second consecutive year for 1982 drama, Sophie’s Choice. In the film she played Sofia ‘Sophie’ Zawistowski – a mother interned in a Nazi prison camp who has to decide which one of her children will die

Streep continued her winning streak as she won Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama gong for a second consecutive year for 1982 drama, Sophie’s Choice.

In the film she played Sofia ‘Sophie’ Zawistowski –  a mother interned in a Nazi prison camp who has to decide which one of her children will die. 

She beat Diane Keaton – Shoot the Moon, Jessica Lange – Frances, Sissy Spacek – Missing and Debra Winger – An Officer and a Gentleman

The role would also win the star her first Academy Award for leading actress at the 1983 Oscars.

2003 – ADAPTATION

Despite a whopping 13 nominations in the next 20 years, Streep wouldn't win a Golden Globe again until the 2003 ceremony when she scooped Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture for 2002 film, Adaptation (pictured with Nicolas Cage)

Despite a whopping 13 nominations in the next 20 years, Streep wouldn’t win a Golden Globe again until the 2003 ceremony when she scooped Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture for 2002 film, Adaptation (pictured with Nicolas Cage)

That year she was also nominated in the Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama category for The Hours as Clarissa Vaughan (pictured with Scott Rudin) but lost out to co-star Nicole Kidman

That year she was also nominated in the Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama category for The Hours as Clarissa Vaughan (pictured with Scott Rudin) but lost out to co-star Nicole Kidman

Streep is pictured with Kidman, Julianne Moore and producer Scott Rudin accepting the award for Best Motion Picture - Drama for The Hours in 2003

Streep is pictured with Kidman, Julianne Moore and producer Scott Rudin accepting the award for Best Motion Picture – Drama for The Hours in 2003

Streep starred as author Susan Orlean in the original comedy about a screenwriter ( Nicolas Cage ) struggling to adapt a best-selling book about orchid thieves into a movie (pictured at the 2003 Golden Globes)

Streep starred as author Susan Orlean in the original comedy about a screenwriter ( Nicolas Cage ) struggling to adapt a best-selling book about orchid thieves into a movie (pictured at the 2003 Golden Globes)

Despite a whopping 13 nominations in the next 20 years, Streep wouldn’t win a Golden Globe again until the 2003 ceremony when she scooped Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture for 2002 film, Adaptation. 

Streep starred as author Susan Orlean in the original comedy about a screenwriter (Nicolas Cage) struggling to adapt a best-selling book about orchid thieves into a movie. 

She won over Kathy Bates – About Schmidt, Cameron Diaz – Gangs of New York, Queen Latifah – Chicago and Susan Sarandon – Igby Goes Down.

That year she was also nominated in the Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama category for The Hours as Clarissa Vaughan but lost out to co-star Nicole Kidman.

She would go on to receive a supporting actress Oscar nomination for Adaptation but was beaten by Catherine Zeta Jones in Chicago.

2004 – ANGELS IN AMERICA

The next year Streep would win her first Golden Globe for a television role, triumphing in the Best Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture – Television category for her roles as Hannah Pitt/Ethel Rosenberg/ Rabbi Isidor Chemelwitz / The Angel Australia in Angels in America

The next year Streep would win her first Golden Globe for a television role, triumphing in the Best Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture – Television category for her roles as Hannah Pitt/Ethel Rosenberg/ Rabbi Isidor Chemelwitz / The Angel Australia in Angels in America

Streep beat Judy Davis – The Reagans, Jessica Lange – Normal, Helen Mirren – The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone and Maggie Smith – My House in Umbria (pictured at the 2004 Golden Globes)

Streep beat Judy Davis – The Reagans, Jessica Lange – Normal, Helen Mirren – The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone and Maggie Smith – My House in Umbria (pictured at the 2004 Golden Globes)

The next year Streep would win her first Golden Globe for a television role, triumphing in the Best Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture – Television category for her roles as Hannah Pitt/Ethel Rosenberg/ Rabbi Isidor Chemelwitz / The Angel Australia in Angels in America.

Set in 1985, the 2003 series revolves around six New Yorkers whose lives intersect. At its core is the fantastical story of Prior Walter, a gay man living with AIDS who is visited by an angel. 

Streep beat Judy Davis – The Reagans, Jessica Lange – Normal, Helen Mirren – The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone and Maggie Smith – My House in Umbria.

She would also win SAG and Emmy Awards for the miniseries.

2007 – THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA

Streep won worldwide acclaim for her role as terrifying fashion editor Miranda Priestly in 2006 film, The Devil Wears Prada - winning Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy at the Globes

Streep won worldwide acclaim for her role as terrifying fashion editor Miranda Priestly in 2006 film, The Devil Wears Prada – winning Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy at the Globes

She beat Annette Bening – Running with Scissors, Beyoncé – Dreamgirls,Toni Collette – Little Miss Sunshine and Renée Zellweger – Miss Potter (pictured 2007)

She beat Annette Bening – Running with Scissors, Beyoncé – Dreamgirls,Toni Collette – Little Miss Sunshine and Renée Zellweger – Miss Potter (pictured 2007)

Streep won worldwide acclaim for her role as terrifying fashion editor Miranda Priestly in 2006 film, The Devil Wears Prada – winning  Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy at the Globes.

The brilliant comedy film co-starred Anne Hathaway, Stanley Tucci and Emily Blunt. 

She beat Annette Bening – Running with Scissors, Beyoncé – Dreamgirls,Toni Collette – Little Miss Sunshine and Renée Zellweger – Miss Potter.

The character – said to be modeled after Vogue editor Anna Wintour – also netted Streep her 14th Oscar nomination, but she lost out to Best Actress Helen Mirren for The Queen.

2010 – JULIE & JULIA 

The star won Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for her role as Julia Child in the 2009 film Julie & Julia

The star won Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for her role as Julia Child in the 2009 film Julie & Julia

She faced off against herself in the category as she was also nominated for role in It's Complicated as Jane Adler (pictured with Alec Baldwin in the film)

She faced off against herself in the category as she was also nominated for role in It’s Complicated as Jane Adler (pictured with Alec Baldwin in the film)

In Julie & Julia, Streep played the six foot two American chef who introduced French cuisine to her countrywomen in the 1960s (pictured at the 2010 Golden Globes)

In Julie & Julia, Streep played the six foot two American chef who introduced French cuisine to her countrywomen in the 1960s (pictured at the 2010 Golden Globes)

The star was nominated twice in the Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for her roles as Julia Child in the 2009 film and for It’s Complicated as Jane Adler – winning for the former.

In Julie & Julia, Streep played the six foot two American chef who introduced French cuisine to her countrywomen in the 1960s.

It covers the early years in her culinary career, contrasting her life with Julie Powell (played by Amy Adams), a woman who aspires to cook all 524 recipes from Child’s cookbook, Mastering The Art of French Cooking.

She beat Sandra Bullock – The Proposal, Marion Cotillard – Nine and Julia Roberts – Duplicity.

The star would be nominated for Best Actress at the Oscars but lose to Sandra Bullock for The Blind Side. 

2012 – THE IRON LADY

Streep would win her record eighth Golden Globe award in the Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama category for her portrayal of first female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in 2011's The Iron Lady

Streep would win her record eighth Golden Globe award in the Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama category for her portrayal of first female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in 2011’s The Iron Lady

She beat Glenn Close – Albert Nobbs, Viola Davis – The Help, Rooney Mara – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Tilda Swinton – We Need to Talk About Kevin (pictured at the 2012 Golden Globes)

She beat Glenn Close – Albert Nobbs, Viola Davis – The Help, Rooney Mara – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Tilda Swinton – We Need to Talk About Kevin (pictured at the 2012 Golden Globes)

Streep would win her record eighth Golden Globe award in 2012 in the Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama category for her portrayal of first female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in 2011’s The Iron Lady.

She beat Glenn Close – Albert Nobbs, Viola Davis – The Help, Rooney Mara – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Tilda Swinton – We Need to Talk About Kevin.

The film, directed by Phyllida Lloyd from a screenplay by Abi Morgan is told from the point of view of Lady Thatcher living in London several years after the death of her beloved husband Denis (played by Jim Broadbent and, in his younger years, Harry Lloyd). 

Streep would go onto win her landmark third Oscar – and second Best Actress Oscar in 2012.

2024? ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING

The star landed her 33rd Golden Globe nomination in the Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries, or Television Film for Only Murders In The Building. She played Loretta Durkin, a struggling actress and Oliver Putnam's (Martin Short) love interest

The star landed her 33rd Golden Globe nomination in the Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries, or Television Film for Only Murders In The Building. She played Loretta Durkin, a struggling actress and Oliver Putnam’s (Martin Short) love interest

The star landed her 33rd Golden Globe nomination in the Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries, or Television Film for Only Murders In The Building. 

She played Loretta Durkin, a struggling actress and Oliver Putnam’s (Martin Short) love interest, who stars in his Broadway show.

She is nominated at the 2024 ceremony alongside  Elizabeth Debicki – The Crown, Abby Elliott – The Bear, Christina Ricci – Yellowjackets, J. Smith-Cameron – Succession and Hannah Waddingham – Ted Lasso.

Streep is seen in The Bridges of Madison County with Clint Eastwood in 1995 - a role which scored her yet another Golden Globe nomination

Streep is seen in The Bridges of Madison County with Clint Eastwood in 1995 – a role which scored her yet another Golden Globe nomination

Streep scored a Globe nod for her role as Madeline Ashton in 1992's Death Becomes Her

Streep scored a Globe nod for her role as Madeline Ashton in 1992’s Death Becomes Her 

Meryl Streep’s 33 Golden Globe nominations  

1979: Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture – The Deer Hunter

1980: Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture – Kramer vs. Kramer – WINNER

1982: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama – The French Lieutenant’s Woman – WINNER

1983: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama – Sophie’s Choice – WINNER

1984: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama – Silkwood

1986: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama – Out of Africa

1989: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama – A Cry In The Dark

1990: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy – She-Devil

1991: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy – Postcards From The Edge

1993: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy – Death Becomes Her

1995: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama – The River Wild

1996: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama – The Bridges of Madison County

1997: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama – Marvin’s Room

1998: Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or a Motion Picture Made for Television – First Do No Harm

1999: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama – One True Thing

2000: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama – Music of the Heart

2003: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama – The Hours

2003: Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture – Adaptation – WINNER

2004: Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or a Motion Picture Made for Television – Angels in America – WINNER

2005: Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture – The Manchurian Candidate

2007: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy – The Devil Wears Prada – WINNER

2009: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama – Doubt

2009: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy – Mamma Mia!

2010: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy – Julie & Julia – WINNER

2010: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy – It’s Complicated

2012: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama – The Iron Lady – WINNER

2013: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy – Hope Springs

2014: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy – August: Osage County

2015: Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture – Into The Woods

2017: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy – Florence Foster Jenkins

2018: Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama – The Post

2020: Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television – Big Little Lies

2024: Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role on Television – Only Murders In The Building  

Barbie dominated the 2024 nominations with nine nods for the blockbuster film, including best picture musical or comedy, as well as acting nominations for Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling and three of its original songs

Barbie dominated the 2024 nominations with nine nods for the blockbuster film, including best picture musical or comedy, as well as acting nominations for Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling and three of its original songs 

Cillian Murphy 's Oppenheimer scored eight nominations, including best picture drama and for actors Murphy, Robert Downey Jr . and Emily Blunt

Cillian Murphy ‘s Oppenheimer scored eight nominations, including best picture drama and for actors Murphy, Robert Downey Jr . and Emily Blunt

Killers of the Flower Moon actors Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio have both been nominated for awards at the Golden Globes

Killers of the Flower Moon actors Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio have both been nominated for awards at the Golden Globes

The most hotly anticipated movies of the past year – Barbie and Oppenheimer – lead the nominations for the 2024 Golden Globes.

Barbie dominated the nominations with nine nods for the blockbuster film, including best picture musical or comedy, as well as acting nominations for Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling and three of its original songs.

It was closely followed by its ‘Barbenheimer’ release date companion Oppenheimer, which scored eight nominations, including best picture drama and for actors Cillian Murphy, Robert Downey Jr. and Emily Blunt. 

The movie’s respective directors Greta Gerwig and Christopher Nolan are both up for best director and best screenplay for a motion picture. 

Ryan Gosling is up for best supporting male actor, while Margot Robbie has been nominated for best female actor for her performance as Barbie.  

Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon has also been nominated for seven awards. Leonardo DiCaprio is up for best male actor in a motion picture drama – while Robert De Niro is up for best supporting male actor. 

The legendary director’s movie is also nominated for best picture drama.  

Scorsese himself has been nominated for best director for a motion picture – alongside Bradley Cooper for Maestro, Yorgos Lanthimos for Poor Things, Celine Song for Past Lives, and the Barbenheimer duo Gerwig and Nolan.   

Three actors from Succession have been nominated for best television male actor in a drama series – Brian Cox, Kieran Culkin, and Jeremy Strong.

Gary Oldman, of Slow Horses, Pedro Pascal, of The Last of Us, and Dominic West, of The Crown, are also nominated in the same category. 

In the respective category for female actors, Succession’s Sarah Snook was nominated – alongside Helen Mirren for her performance in 1923, Bella Ramsey for her work in The Last of Us, and The Crown’s Imelda Staunton. 

Three actors from Succession have been nominated for best television male actor in a drama series - Brian Cox, Kieran Culkin , and Jeremy Strong

Three actors from Succession have been nominated for best television male actor in a drama series – Brian Cox, Kieran Culkin , and Jeremy Strong

Keri Russell, of The Diplomat, and The Curse’s Emma Stone were also nominated for best television female actor drama series.  

The Golden Globes announced the nominees for best female actor in a motion picture musical or comedy – Fantasia Barrino, Jennifer Lawrence, Natalie Portman, Alma Poysti, Margot Robbie, and Emma Stone. 

In the best movie musical or comedy category, Air, American Fiction, Barbie, The Holdovers, May December, and Poor Things were all nominated. 

The nominees for best animated film are The Boy and the Heron, Elemental, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, The Super Mario Bros. Movie, Suzume, and Wish.

The ceremony will feature the debut of two new categories: Cinematic and Box Office Achievement and Best Performance in Stand-Up Comedy on Television. 

Taylor Swift’s movie documenting her Eras Tour has received a nomination in the Cinematic and Box Office Achievement category.

The 81st Golden Globe Awards will be the first major broadcast of awards season, with a new home on CBS and will be hosted by 52-year-old comedian Jo Koy.

And while to audiences it might look similar on the surface, it’s been tumultuous few years behind the scenes following a bombshell report in the Los Angeles Times. 

The 2021 report found that there were no black members in the Hollywood Foreign Press Association – which votes on the awards. 

Stars and studios boycotted the Globes and NBC refused to air it in 2022 as a result. 

After the group added journalists of color to its ranks and instituted other reforms to address ethical concerns, the show came back in January 2023 in a one-year probationary agreement with NBC. The network did not opt to renew. 

In June, billionaire Todd Boehly was granted approval to dissolve the HFPA and reinvent the Golden Globes as a for-profit organization.

Its assets were acquired by Boehly’s Eldridge Industries, along with Dick Clark Productions, a group that is owned by Penske Media whose assets also include Variety, Deadline, The Hollywood Reporter, Rolling Stone and Billboard. 

In mid-November, CBS announced that it would air the ceremony on the network on Jan. 7. It will also stream on Paramount+. 

The group nominating and voting for the awards is now made up of a more diverse group of over 300 people from around the world.

Nominees for the 81st Annual Golden Globe Awards

Best Motion Picture – Drama

Anatomy of a Fall

Killers of the Flower Moon

Maestro

Oppenheimer

Past Lives

The Zone of Interest 

Best Motion Picture – Animated

The Boy and the Heron 

Elemental

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse 

Suzume

The Super Mario Bros. Movie

Wish  

Best Motion Picture – Non-English Language

Anatomy of a Fall

Fallen Leaves

Io Capitano

Past Lives

Society of the Snow

The Zone of Interest

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama

Andrew Scott – All of Us Strangers 

Barry Keoghan – Saltburn

Bradley Cooper – Maestro

Cillian Murphy – Oppenheimer

Colman Domingo – Rustin

Leonardo DiCaprio – Killers of the Flower Moon

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

Jeffrey Wright – American Fiction

Joaquin Phoenix – Beau is Afraid

Matt Damon – Air

Nicolas Cage – Dream Scenario

Paul Giamatti – The Holdovers

Timothée Chalamet – Wonka

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture

Charles Melton – May December

Mark Ruffalo – Poor Things

Robert De Niro – Killers of the Flower Moon

Robert Downey Jr. – Oppenheimer

Ryan Gosling – Barbie

Willem Dafoe – Poor Things

Best Screenplay – Motion Picture

Anatomy of a Fall

Barbie 

Killers of the Flower Moon

Oppenheimer

Past Lives

Poor Things 

Best Original Song – Motion Picture

Addicted to Romance – She Came to Me – Bruce Springsteen

Dance the Night – Barbie – Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt, Dua Lipa, Caroline Ailin

I’m Just Ken – Barbie – Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt

Peaches – The Super Mario Bros. Movie – Jack Black, Aaron Horvath, Michael Jelenic, Eric Osmond, John Spiker

Road to Freedom – Rustin – Lenny Kravitz

What Was I Made For? – Barbie – Billie Eilish, Finneas O’Connell

Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy

Abbott Elementary

Barry

The Bear

Jury Duty

Only Murders in the Building

Ted Lasso 

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Series – Drama

Bella Ramsey – The Last of Us

Emma Stone – The Curse

Helen Mirren – 1923

Imelda Staunton – The Crown

Keri Russell – The Diplomat

Sarah Snook – Succession

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy

Ayo Edebiri – The Bear

Elle Fanning – The Great

Natasha Lyonne – Poker Face

Quinta Brunson – Abbott Elementary

Rachel Brosnahan – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Selena Gomez – Only Murders in the Building 

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or a Motion Picture Made for Television

Ali Wong – Beef

Brie Larson – Lessons in Chemistry

Elizabeth Olsen – Love & Death

Juno Temple – Fargo

Rachel Weisz – Dead Ringers

Riley Keough – Daisy Jones and the Six 

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role on Television

Abby Elliott – The Bear

Christina Ricci – Yellowjackets

Elizabeth Debicki – The Crown

Hannah Waddingham – Ted Lasso

J. Smith-Cameron – Succession

Meryl Streep – Only Murders in the Building 

Best Performance in Stand-Up Comedy on Television

Amy Schumer: Emergency Contact

Chris Rock: Selective Outrage

Rick Gervais: Armageddon

Sarah Silverman: Someone You Love

Trevor Noah: Where Was I 

Wanda Sykes: I’m an Entertainer 

Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy 

Air 

American Fiction

Barbie

The Holdovers

May December

Poor Things 

Cinematic and Box Office Achievement

Barbie

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

John Wick: Chapter 4

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1

Oppenheimer

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour

The Super Mario Bros. Movie 

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama

Annette Bening – Nyad

Cailee Spaeny –  Priscilla

Carey Mulligan – Maestro

Greta Lee – Past Lives

Lily Gladstone – Killers of the Flower Moon

Sandra Hüller – Anatomy of a Fall

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

Alma Pöysti – Fallen Leaves

Emma Stone – Poor Things

Fantasia Barrino – The Color Purple (2023)

Jennifer Lawrence – No Hard Feelings

Margot Robbie – Barbie

Natalie Portman – May December 

Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture

Danielle Brooks – The Color Purple (2023)

Da’Vine Joy Randolph – The Holdovers

Emily Blunt – Oppenheimer

Jodie Foster – Nyad

Julianne Moore – May December

Rosamund Pike – Saltburn

Best Director – Motion Picture

Bradley Cooper – Maestro 

Celine Song – Past Lives

Christopher Nolan – Oppenheimer

Greta Gerwig – Barbie

Martin Scorsese – Killers of the Flower Moon

Yorgos Lanthimos – Poor Things 

Best Original Score – Motion Picture

The Boy and the Heron

Killers of the Flower Moon

Oppenheimer

Poor Things

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

The Zone of Interest 

Best Television Series – Drama

1923

The Crown

The Diplomat

The Last of Us

The Morning Show

Succession 

Best Television Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television

All the Light We Cannot See

Beef

Daisy Jones and the Six

Fargo

Fellow Travelers

Lessons in Chemistry 

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Series – Drama

Brian Cox – Succession

Dominic West – The Crown

Gary Oldman – Slow Horses

Jeremy Strong – Succession

Kieran Culkin – Succession

Pedro Pascal – The Last of US 

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy

Bill Hader – Barry

Jason Segel – Shrinking

Jason Sudeikis – Ted Lasso

Jeremy Allen White – The Bear

Martin Short – Only Murders in the Building

Steve Martin – Only Murders in the Building 

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or a Motion Picture Made for Television

David Oyelowo – Lawman: Bass Reeves

Jon Hamm – Fargo

Matt Bomer – Fellow Travelers

Sam Claflin – Daisy Jones and the Six

Steven Yeun – Beef

Woody Harrelson – White House Plumbers 

Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role on Television

Alan Ruck – Succession 

Alexander Skarsgård – Succession

Billy Crudup – The Morning Show

Ebon Moss-Bachrach – The Bear

James Marsden – Jury Duty

Matthew Macfadyen – Succession 

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