The Golden Globes took place Sunday on NBC and the biggest names in Hollywood gathered to honor the best performances and achievements in film and television. "Boyhood" took home the biggest award, winning for Best Motion Picture -- Drama, but there over 20 other awards handed out. Who were the other big winners Sunday night? [Click HERE to see the full winners list.]
Richard Linklater's innovative coming-of-age drama, filmed over 12 years, was the big movie winner Sunday. Winning three major awards -- Best Motion Picture - Drama, Best Director for Linklater and Best Supporting Actress for Patricia Arquette -- the movie is now the big frontrunner for the Oscars in February.
Sunday went a long way towards establishing some credibility for Amazon Prime. The site's most acclaimed show, the transgender comedy 'Transparent,' won Best TV Series - Musical or Comedy and Best Actor in a TV Series - Comedy for its lead Jeffrey Tambor. With its first major award wins, no one can deny that Amazon is now a legitimate player.
Keaton's win for Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical for "Birdman" caps a career renaissance for the veteran actor. Accepting to an enthusiastic crowd, he gave an emotional acceptance speech in which he thanked his best friend -- his son.
The FX miniseries cleaned up Sunday. "Fargo" won for Best TV Movie or Miniseries and Best Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries for Billy Bob Thornton. Beating out "True Detective" in both categories, Sunday night was a big boost in prestige for this underrated gem of a show.
Perhaps an underdog going into the awards Sunday night, the Showtime series won Best TV Series -Drama and Best Actress in a TV Series - Drama for Ruth Wilson. The awards should bring some attention to the series after beating out ratings giants like "Game of Thrones" and "House of Cards."
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