Golden Globes 2020 Predictions: What Movies and TV Shows Might Nab Nominations?

Variety | 12/7/2019 | Michael Schneider
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Awards season kicks into higher gear on Monday, as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announces nominations for its 2020 Golden Globe Awards, which cover the 2019 calendar year. Noms will give certain films momentum heading into the Oscar race, while it’s the first opportunity for many TV series to earn awards acclaim before competing for an Emmy in the fall.

As usual, the HFPA members pride themselves on spotlighting fresh faces and making a few surprise choices, and on the TV side, recognizing buzzy programs first. In TV, with several staple series retiring and other recent nominees ineligible (having taken the year off), there’s room for quite a few newbies and some surprises. The return of “The Crown” is expected to earn plenty of attention, while Apple TV Plus is in the hunt for its first awards recognition, with “The Morning Show.” And then there are the Amazon Prime Video juggernauts “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and “Fleabag,” both of which cleaned up at the Emmys in September.

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On the film side, the Globes’ split between drama and musical/comedy enables the show to spread the wealth. Netflix is gunning for glory with entries such as “The Irishman,” “Marriage Story” and “Dolemite Is My Name,” while “Joker” could add some box office mojo to the drama competition. And then there’s “Cats.”

Nominees for the 77th annual Golden Globes will be announced on Dec. 9. Predicting the Golden Globes nominations is a bit of a **** shoot, given the small HFPA membership and its penchant for surprise. But here is what Variety thinks may be in the running.

Irishman

“The Irishman”

“Joker”

Women

“Little Women”

“Marriage Story”

“1917”

Nice Surprise: “Just Mercy”; “Us”

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