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After going through a time of controversy and last year’s honorees not getting the chance to make their acceptance speeches or walk the red carpet, NBC will rebroadcast the Golden Globes in 2023 and the nominees are soon to be known.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association turned to the stars of the show ‘López vs. Lopez’, George Lopez and Mayan Lopez, so that next Monday, December 12, at 5:35 am (Pacific time) on ‘Today’, they will reveal the nominees of the 80th edition of these awards that recognize the best of cinema and television.
It should be noted that the nominees are usually a preview of Oscar season, as movies are often nominated for both.
Also, the HFPA also added 103 new members that they will be part of the voting to choose the nominees and winners, seeking to have greater diversity and representation of more than 60 different countries.
The focus on diversity and inclusion comes specifically after a 2021 Los Angeles Times investigation revealed that the organization had no black journalists among its 87 members and faced accusations of “racist nominations, category designations and membership; lack of attention to female filmmakers; member resistance to watching movies and shows outside of their apparent comfort zones; a slavish affection for celebrity; and an arrogant fondness for booty.”
“It is now 52% female, 51.5% racially and ethnically diverse, with 19.5% Latino, 12% Asian, 10% Black, and 10% Middle Eastern,” they announced in a statement.
When are the 2023 Golden Globes?
The Golden Globes have confirmed their date for the following year, marking on Tuesday, January 10 on your calendar.
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