Seth Meyers (“Late Night”) presents the Golden Globes 2018 Awards live on NBC from 5pm. PT / 8 am AND January 7th. Cable and satellite subscribers will see the three-hour event again in the NBC application. And for the first time in the 75-year history of awards granted by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the ceremony Golden Globes 2018 will be available in a variety of broadcast services: DirecTV Now, Fubo TV, Hulu TV Live, Sling TV, Sony PlayStation Vue and YouTube TV.
Those who listen by all means will see the winners of the leading actress Golden Globes in comedy (Emma Stone, “The Land”) Golden Globes 2018 and the drama (Isabelle Huppert, “She”) as presenters. Other winners taking the stage at the International Ballroom at the Beverly Hilton include: Jennifer Aniston (one win three nominations), Halle Berry (1/4), Carol Burnett (5/17), Hugh Grant (1/4 ), Angelina Jolie (3/6), Michael Keaton (1/2), Shirley MacLaine (5/19), Helen Mirren (3/15), Sarah Jessica Parker (4/9), Amy Poehler (1/3) ), JK Simmons (1/1), Octavia Spencer (1/3), Sharon Stone (1/4) and Aaron Taylor-Johnson (1/1).
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Many past and current nominees will also present awards this year, including: Penelope Cruz (three nominations), Golden Globes 2018 Greta Gerwig (2), Neil Patrick Harris (4), Salma Hayek (1), Edgar Ramirez (1), Alice Vikander (2) and Kerry Washington (2).
The list is completed by: Emilia Clarke, Kelly Clarkson, Darren Criss, Gal Gadot, Harrington Kit, Chris Hemsworth, Christina Hendricks, Dwayne Johnson, Ricky Martin, Seth Rogen and Emma Watson.
The producers have not yet revealed who will present the tribute to Oprah Winfrey, honorary laureate Cecil B. DeMille in 2018.