While the Golden Globes are often regarded as the boozy, less-serious cousin of the Academy Awards, the 75th Golden Globe Awards ceremony on Sunday, January 7, is expected to be a bit different. As the first major awards show since the explosive Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct sandal and the subsequent #metoo and #timesup movements, all eyes are on the Globes and host Seth Meyers to see how Hollywood grapples with the cultural reckoning on one of its biggest nights.
Here's everything you need to know to watch the event on TV or streaming on your devices.
Who is the host of the Golden Globes?
Comedian Seth Meyers, who has been an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers, will host this year's Golden Globes ceremony. On top of the usual task of entertaining millions of viewers as host, Meyers faces the challenge of setting the right tone in respect to the the #metoo and #timesup movements and the numerous sexual misconduct scandals that have rattled the industry in recent months. In the days leading up to the awards, Meyers indicated he's not going to shy away from the subject.
"We're certainly going to address it," he said in an interview with NBC News. "As to the tone that we hit, I think that's a discussion we'll be having up to... the minute we walk on stage."
Meyers hosted the 66th Emmy Awards in 2014.
What time does the Golden Globe Awards start?
The 75th Golden Globe Awards ceremony will begin at 5pm PT/8pm ET on Sunday, January 7 at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California. The hotel has hosted the awards show since 1961.
When does the red carpet coverage start?
If you want to make a whole night out of the Golden Globes, you can tune into the two-hour live coverage from the red carpet before the show, starting at 3pm PT/6pm ET.
This year, the official Golden Globes Facebook page will provide the exclusive live stream from the red carpet, while E! News will broadcast televised live coverage on the E! network channel, its website (with a cable account login), and the E! News app. E! will also have a 360-degree live camera.