'The Americans' win Globe, Sandra Oh makes history

World 1/7/2019, 3:48 AM
'The Americans' win Globe, Sandra Oh makes history

FX series "The Americans" about a pair of Russian spies in the US in the 1980s posing as a married couple with kids in the suburbs won Golden Globe for the best TV drama, while actress Sandra Oh made history at the 76th Golden Globes awards.

The awards ceremony honoring both television and movies and hosted Andy Samberg and Oh (pictured), kicked off with Michael Douglas winning the Golden Globe for the best TV comedy actor for his role in "The Kominsky Method" while Richard Madden of the "Game of Thrones" fame won the Golden Globe for best TV drama actor for "Bodyguard." Host Sandra Oh won in the category best performance in a TV drama "Killing Eve" and made history as the first Asian woman to host a major award show and win multiple Globes. Actress Rachel Brosnahan got the Globe for the best TV comedy actress for her performance in "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel."

"Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" won in the category Best Motion Picture - Animated. Darren Criss and Patricia Arquette won the Globes for their performance in a limited series or a TV movie for "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" and "Escape at Dannemora" respectively. Patricia Clarkson won the Globe for best supporting actress in a series/limited series/TV movie for "Sharp Objects" and Ben Whishaw for the supporting role in the same category for "A Very English Scandal."

"Shallow", a ballad from the favorite "A Star is Born" won its first Golden Globe for the best original song. Regina King (If Beale Street Could Talk) and Mahershala Ali (Green Book) won the Globes for supporting roles in any motion picture.

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