Who winners of the 2024 Golden Globes? Check out the complete list of winners here

Who winners of the 2024 Golden Globes?: The 2024 Golden Globe Awards wrapped up, celebrating the best in TV and movies. Jo Koy hosted the show at the fancy Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California. It was a star-studded night with celebs rocking the red carpet.

Who winners of the 2024 Golden Globes?
Who winners of the 2024 Golden Globes? (Representative Image)

Two big players, Barbie and Succession, had nine nominations each, the most for any movie or show. Barbie hoped to win the best musical or comedy movie, but Poor Things snagged the prize. On the flip side, Succession bagged the award for the best TV drama. Stars like Kieran Culkin, Sarah Snook, and Matthew MacFadyen also won awards for their roles in the hit HBO series.

Who winners of the 2024 Golden Globes?


Even though Barbie didn’t grab the top spot, it still got an award for its box office success, beating Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour and making Billie Eilish’s “What Was I Made For?” the best original song.

The other half of the buzz, Oppenheimer, had eight nominations and won the best drama movie award. It outshone other films like Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” and Bradley Cooper’s Maestro.


Christopher Nolan, the director of Oppenheimer, scored a Golden Globe, alongside actors Robert Downey Jr. and Cillian Murphy, and the composer Ludwig Göransson.

This Golden Globes was different because it was the first one since the Hollywood Foreign Press Association disbanded due to scandals. Dick Clark Productions took over, and the show aired live on CBS and streamed on Paramount+ and the CBS app. CBS and Paramount+ are part of Paramount Global, which also owns CBS News.

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Here’s the complete list of nominees and winners

Best Supporting Actress in a Movie

Da’Vine Joy Randolph won for “The Holdovers,” while others nominated were Emily Blunt, Danielle Brooks, Julianne Moore, Jodie Foster, and Rosamund Pike.

Best Supporting Actor in a Movie

Robert Downey Jr. won for “Oppenheimer,” with nominees including Ryan Gosling, Robert DeNiro, Charles Melton, William Dafoe, and Mark Ruffalo.

Best Actress in TV Series or Movie

Ali Wong won for “Beef,” competing with Brie Larson, Riley Keough, Elizabeth Olsen, Juno Temple, and Rachel Weisz.

Best Actor in TV Series or Movie

Steven Yeun won for “Beef,” facing Matt Bomer, Sam Claflin, David Oyelowo, Jon Hamm, and Woody Harrelson.

Best Supporting Actress in TV Series

Elizabeth Debicki won for “The Crown,” with contenders Meryl Streep, Hannah Waddingham, Christina Ricci, Abby Elliott, and J. Smith-Cameron.

Best Supporting Actor in TV Series

Matthew Macfadyen won for “Succession,” against James Marsden, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Billy Crudup, Alexander SkarsgĂĄrd, and Alan Ruck.

Best Screenplay — Movie

“Justine Triet and Arthur Harari won for “Anatomy of a Fall,” competing with Greta Gerwig, Tony McNamara, Celine Song, Christopher Nolan, and Eric Roth with Martin Scorsese.

Best Actor in Musical or Comedy TV Series

Jeremy Allen White won for “The Bear,” facing Jason Sudeikis, Bill Hader, Jason Segel, Steve Martin, and Martin Short.

Best Stand-Up Comedy on TV

“Ricky Gervais: Armageddon” won, with other nominees being Amy Schumer, Chris Rock, Wanda Sykes, Sarah Silverman, and Trevor Noah.

Best Non-English Language Movie

“Anatomy of a Fall” from France won, with other contenders from the United Kingdom, Spain, Finland, the United States, and Italy.

Best Actress in Musical or Comedy TV Series

Ayo Edebiri won for “The Bear,” competing with Natasha Lyonne, Quinta Brunson, Rachel Brosnahan, Selena Gomez, and Elle Fanning.

Best Actor in Drama TV Series

Kieran Culkin won for “Succession,” against Brian Cox, Pedro Pascal, Jeremy Strong, Gary Oldman, and Dominic West.

Best Animated Movie

“The Boy and the Heron” won, with competitors including “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse,” “Elemental,” “The Super Mario Bros. Movie,” “Wish,” and “Suzume.”

Best Movie Director

Christopher Nolan won for “Oppenheimer,” competing with Martin Scorsese, Greta Gerwig, Yorgos Lanthimos, Bradley Cooper, and Celine Song.

Best Actress in Musical or Comedy Movie

Emma Stone won for “Poor Things,” with rivals Margot Robbie, Natalie Portman, Fantasia Barrino, Alma Pöysti, and Jennifer Lawrence.

Best Actor in Drama Movie

Cillian Murphy won for “Oppenheimer,” facing Bradley Cooper, Leonardo DiCaprio, Colman Domingo, Andrew Scott, and Barry Keoghan.

Best Original Score — Movie

Ludwig Göransson won for “Oppenheimer,” with other contenders including Robbie Robertson, Mica Levi, Daniel Pemberton, Jerskin Fendrix, and Joe Hisaishi.

Best Original Song — Movie

Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell won for “What Was I Made For?” from “Barbie,” against other songs from “Barbie,” “She Came to Me,” “Rustin,” and “The Super Mario Bros. Movie.”

Cinematic and Box Office Achievement

“Barbie” was the winner, alongside other nominees like “Oppenheimer,” “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse,” and “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.”

Best TV Limited Series or Movie Made for TV

“Beef” won, with competitors like “Lessons in Chemistry,” “Daisy Jones & the Six,” “All the Light We Cannot See,” “Fellow Travelers,” and “Fargo.”

Best TV Series – Musical or Comedy

“The Bear” won, competing with “Ted Lasso,” “Abbott Elementary,” “Jury Duty,” “Only Murders in the Building,” and “Barry.”

Best Actress in Drama TV Series

Sarah Snook won for “Succession,” facing Bella Ramsey, Helen Mirren, Keri Russell, Emma Stone, and Imelda Staunton.

Best TV Series – Drama

“Succession” won, against “The Last of Us,” “The Crown,” “The Morning Show,” “The Diplomat,” and “1923.”

Best Actor in Musical or Comedy Movie

Paul Giamatti won for “The Holdovers,” competing with Jeffrey Wright, Matt Damon, Joaquin Phoenix, TimothĂ©e Chalamet, and Nicolas Cage.

Best Movie – Musical or Comedy

“Poor Things” won, against “Barbie,” “American Fiction,” “The Holdovers,” “May December,” and “Air.”

Best Actress in Drama Movie

Lily Gladstone won for “Killers of the Flower Moon,” facing Carey Mulligan, Sandra HĂĽller, Annette Bening, Greta Lee, and Cailee Spaeny.

Best Movie – Drama

“Oppenheimer” won, against “Killers of the Flower Moon,” “Maestro,” “Past Lives,” “The Zone of Interest,” and “Anatomy of a Fall.”

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