It’s officially award season – and soon, TV-loving, movie-watching fans will get to see their favorite actors and actresses strut their stuff on the red carpet at the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards. But before you tune in to the star-studded 2015 event, which will broadcast live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in California on Sunday, Jan. 11, why not take a moment to honor those who have already been awarded the coveted gold trophy?

You can watch the actors and actresses in their Golden Globe-winning movies/TV series on Netflix. Check out the 34 movies and TV shows you can binge-watch before the 2015 award ceremony below:

1. Whoopi Goldberg – “Ghost”: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture 1991.

2. Idris Elba – “Luther”: Best Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television 2012.

3. Henry Fonda – “On Golden Pond”: Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama 1982.

4. Meryl Streep – “Sophie’s Choice”: Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama 1983.

5. Shirley MacLaine – “Terms of Endearment”: Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama 1984.

6. Paul Hogan – “Crocodile Dundee”: Best Actor in a Musical/Comedy 1987.

7. Robin Williams – “Good Morning, Vietnam”: Best Actor in a Musical/Comedy 1988.

8. Jodie Foster – “The Silence of the Lambs”: Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama 1992.

9. Bette Midler – “For the Boys”: Best Actor in a Musical/Comedy 1992.

10. Tom Hanks – “Forest Gump”: Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama 1995.

11. Tom Cruise – “Jerry Maguire”: Best Actor in a Musical/Comedy 1997.

12. Gwyneth Paltrow – “Shakespeare in Love”: Best Actress in a Musical/Comedy 1999.

13. Tom Hanks – “Cast Away”: Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama 2001.

14. Nicole Kidman – “The Hours”: Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama 2003.

15. Daniel Day-Lewis – “There Will Be Blood”: Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama 2008.

16. Annette Bening – “The Kids Are All Right”: Best Actress in a Musical/Comedy 2011.

17. Meryl Streep – “The Iron Lady”: Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama 2012.

18. Jennifer Lawrence – “Silver Linings Playbook”: Best Actress in a Musical/Comedy 2013.

19. Leonardo DiCaprio – “The Wolf of Wall Street”: Best Actor in a Musical/Comedy 2014.

20. Kyle MacLachlan – “Twin Peaks”: Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Drama 1991.

21.  Kelsey Grammer – “Frasier”: Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Comedy/Musical 1997.

 22. Roseanne Barr – “Roseanne”: Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Comedy/Musical 1997.

23. Calista Flockhart – “Ally McBeal”: Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Comedy/Musical 1998.

24. Jennifer Aniston – “Friends”: Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Comedy/Musical 2003.

25. Ricky Gervais – “The Office”: Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Comedy/Musical 2004.

26.  Jason Bateman – “Arrested Development”: Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Comedy/Musical 2004.

27.  Mary-Louise Parker – “Weeds”: Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Comedy/Musical 2004.

28.  Steve Carell – “The Office”: Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Comedy/Musical 2006.

29. Tina Fey – “30 Rock”: Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Comedy/Musical 2008.

30. Toni Collette – “United States of Tara”: Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Comedy/Musical 20010.

31. Katey Sagal – “Sons of Anarchy”: Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Drama 2011.

32.Robin Wright – “House of Cards”: Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Drama 2014.

33. Amy Poehler – “Parks and Recreation”: Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Drama 2014.

34. Bryan Cranston – “Breaking Bad”: Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Drama 2014.

The 2015 Golden Globe Awards will air live on Sunday, Jan. 11, at 8 p.m. EST on NBC.