Golden Globes 2024: Full list of winners | CBC News


After a racism scandal and one year off the air, the Golden Globes make their television return on CBS with comedian Jo Koy as host.

Canadians Celine Song, Ryan Gosling and Shawn Levy up for awards

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Irish actor Barry Keoghan, nominated as best lead actor in a drama film for his performance in Saltburn, poses on the red carpet for the 2024 Golden Globes on Sunday. (Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

The 2024 Golden Globes return to a new home and new management. 

After parting ways with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association following years of diversity and ethics scandals, the award show returns on Sunday with new voters and a new one-year deal with CBS. 

Known for its glitz, glam and flowing champagne, this year’s show is hosted by comedian Jo Koy and will be live from the Beverly Hilton International Ballroom in Los Angeles. 

Canadian nominees this year include Canadian-Korean filmmaker Celine Song, who is up for best director and best screenplay for her film Past Lives. Actor Ryan Gosling is nominated for supporting performance as Ken in Barbie, and the late Robbie Robertson was nominated for his work on the Killers of the Flower Moon score.

Canadian director Shawn Levy is nominated for All the Light We Cannot See, and Martin Short is nominated for best performance in a TV series for his work in Only Murders in the Building.  

WATCH | Celine Song wrote her debut film Past Lives to make the ordinary extraordinary: 

Celine Song wrote her debut film Past Lives to make the ordinary extraordinary

Celine Song’s debut film Past Lives is already being hailed as one of the best movies of 2023. CBC sat down with the Canadian writer and director about pulling the story of ordinary people doing the extraordinary from her own life.

CBC News will be updating winners throughout the evening here. 

The awards will air on Citytv at 8 p.m. ET and will stream on Citytv+ on Amazon Prime Video Canada.


Arti Patel is the Senior Producer, Entertainment and Education at CBC News. She has spent the last decade reporting on lifestyle news at and previously, Huffpost Canada. In 2020, she was the managing editor of The Morning Show, Canada’s national lifestyle and entertainment show. Arti is based in Toronto and you can follow her on Twitter @artipatel.

With files from Jenna Benchetrit

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