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10 Golden Globe® Nominees You Can Watch Now

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Hulu broke a personal record for the second year in a row with 11 Golden Globe® nominations. While the Golden Globe Awards ceremony is not being televised this year, the nominees are ready for the red carpet (aka your TV screen). 

Check out this year’s breakout hits, Only Murders in the Building and Dopesick, or travel to the Italian Riviera with Disney Pixar’s Luca.* Plus, get the scoop on all of this year’s nominees streaming now on Hulu.  

*Luca is available with The Disney Bundle. Access content from each service separately.

Golden Globe®-Nominated Hulu Originals

The Great

The Hulu Original The Great is not to be missed. The Emmy® and Golden Globe® -nominated satirical comedy-drama is inspired by the rise of Catherine the Great, the longest-reigning female ruler of Russia. Not to mention, it delivers some major female empowerment vibes. 

On the heels of season two of the series, the period drama received three 2022 Golden Globe nominations, including:

  • Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy
  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy (Elle Fanning)
  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy (Nicholas Hoult)

Watch: The Great

Only Murders in the Building

Everyone has a secret.

Are you a true crime nut? Do you also live in an exclusive apartment building on the Upper West Side of NYC where a murder was just committed? No? Well, that’s okay. Mabel (Selena Gomez), Charles-Haden (Steve Martin), and Oliver (Martin Short) have that covered. 

Only Murders in the Building follows three strangers who come together when there’s a murder in the building they all live in. The trio teams up to crack the case and document their investigation with a podcast. But the secrets they keep from each other may be their downfall. 

Find out why fans and critics love this Hulu Original so much that it was nominated for three Golden Globes®, including:  

  • Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy
  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy (Steve Martin)
  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy (Martin Short)

Watch: Only Murders in the Building

Reservation Dogs

title art for Reservation Dogs on Hulu

When you live on a reservation in rural Oklahoma, getting to the west coast seems impossible. For the “Rez Dogs,” Elora (Devery Jacobs), Bear (D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai), Cheese (Lane Factor), and Willie Jack (Paulina Alexis), that’s all they want. 

Nominated for Best Television Series — Musical or Comedy, the new FX on Hulu series Reservation Dogs follows four indigenous teenagers as they steal and rob to save enough money to get to California. In order to do so, they must fight against the “NDN Mafia,” which threatens their dreams of a different life. 

Watch: Reservation Dogs

Dopesick

Picture this: it’s 1990 and Purdue Pharma has just released a “miracle drug” that will stop people’s pain, called Oxycontin. The best part? Less than 1% of users will become addicted. 

For many at the time, this painkiller seemed too good to be true. As it turned out, it was. Oxycontin was and is far more addictive than the pharmaceutical company let on. Dopesick follows the introduction of Oxycontin and demonstrates the harrowing effects of the opioid epidemic around the country. 

The critically acclaimed limited series was nominated for three Golden Globe® Awards, including: 

  • Best Limited Series, Anthology Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television
  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Supporting Role (Kaitlyn Dever)
  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television (Michael Keaton) — Winner

Michael Keaton nabbed a win for his performance as Dr. Samuel Finnix.

Watch: Dopesick

The Handmaid’s Tale

Elisabeth Moss starring in Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale Season 4

The Handmaid’s Tale seems to be the most talked-about show of the past five years, with Emmy®, Golden Globe®, and Critic’s Choice® wins throughout the series’ four seasons. This year, Elisabeth Moss has again been nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series — Drama, an award she took home at the 2018 ceremony as well.  

Based on the best-selling novel by Margaret Atwood, this story takes place in a dystopian society where women are forced into sexual servitude and are stripped of their rights and separated from their children. Elisabeth Moss portrays a woman who will do anything to fight back.  

Watch: The Handmaid’s Tale 

Golden Globe® Nominees Streaming on Hulu

Black-ish

Blackish-on-Hulu

Dre Johnson’s (Anthony Anderson) family is just like any other family in their affluent LA neighborhood, apart from one thing – they are black. Being surrounded by mostly white families, Dre is concerned that his family lacks a connection to their cultural roots. 

Through situational comedy based on current events, Black-ish explores the Johnson family’s search for cultural identity. With 15 nominations and four wins over the course of its first seven seasons, it’s no surprise that the popular comedy is adding two more nominations following its eighth season, including:

  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy (Tracee Ellis Ross)
  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy (Anthony Anderson)

Watch: Black-ish

Genius: Aretha

Title art for Genius: Aretha on Hulu

The Emmy-Award®-winning show, Genius: Aretha, recounts the stories of some of history’s most brilliant minds and the lives they led. With previous seasons featuring Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso, the third season dives into the life and work of Aretha Franklin. 

Genius: Aretha follows Franklin (Cynthia Erivo) as she becomes one of the most influential musicians in history and a key player in the civil rights movement in the United States. The third installment of the National Geographic anthology series earned Cynthia Erivo a nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television.

Watch: Genius: Aretha

Golden Globe® Nominees Available with HBO Max Add-On

Succession 

Title art for Scenes From a Marriage on HBO Max on Hulu

The Roy family owns and controls one of the largest and most successful media conglomerates in the world. With the health of the family’s patriarch, Logan Roy (Brian Cox), on the decline, his four children all vie for the CEO spot at the company (and the power, money, and political prowess that comes with it). 

Following the release of its third season, Succession was nominated for five Golden Globes® and brought home three wins:

  • Best Television Series, Drama — Winner
  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Drama (Brian Cox)
  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Drama (Jeremy Strong) — Winner
  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Supporting Role (Sarah Snook) — Winner
  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Supporting Role (Kieran Culkin)

Brian Cox and Sarah Snook both landed wins for their roles and Succession earned its second Best Television Series win in the drama category.

Watch: Succession

*Succession is available with Hulu with HBO Max® add-on subscription.

Mare of Easttown 

Having spent her entire life in her small town, everyone knows Mare Sheehan’s (Kate Winslet) past —namely, a shot that won her high school basketball team the state title. As an adult, Mare is the town’s lead detective.

When a local girl who’s been missing for over a year is found murdered, it’s on Mare, with the help of county detective, Colin Zabel (Evan Peters), to figure out who did it without letting her dark past get the best of her. 

Watch now to find out why the HBO limited series was nominated for two Golden Globe® Awards, including:

  • Best Limited Series, Anthology Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television 
  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television (Kate Winslet) — Winner

Kate Winslet took home the Golden Globe® for her performance as Mare Sheehan. 

Watch: Mare of Easttown*

*Mare of Easttown is available with Hulu with HBO Max® add-on subscription.

Scenes From a Marriage 

Title art for Scenes From a Marriage on HBO Max on Hulu

An American adaptation of the successful Swedish 1973 miniseries, Scenes From a Marriage examines the complexities that come with love, marriage, and divorce through the story of a struggling couple. 

The miniseries follows Mira (Jessica Chastain) and Jonathan (Oscar Isaac) as they work through their disintegrating marriage and decide whether or not they can stay together. The heartbreaking and painfully accurate depiction of a dwindling relationship earned the series two Golden Globe® noms, including:

  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television (Jessica Chastain)
  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy (Oscar Isaac)

Watch: Scenes From a Marriage*

*Scenes From a Marriage is available with Hulu with HBO Max® add-on subscription.

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