The Golden Globe Awards, a significant event in the entertainment industry, will be broadcast on CBS in 2024. This move marks a notable shift for the awards ceremony, as it will be airing on CBS for the first time since 1982.
The 81st edition of the Golden Globes is scheduled for January 7, 2024, and will follow an NFL on CBS doubleheader, providing a powerful lead-in audience. This arrangement not only brings the Golden Globes back to broadcast television but also ensures its availability on multiple platforms, including live streaming on Paramount+ and on the CBS app.
This deal signifies CBS’s commitment to expanding its portfolio of award shows, adding the Golden Globes to its existing lineup, which includes the Grammy Awards. George Cheeks, President and CEO of CBS, expressed excitement about this addition, highlighting that live entertainment and sports are fundamental to CBS’s identity.
The January timing of the Golden Globes also aligns well with CBS’s strategy, offering a promotional platform for their prime time schedule returning in February.
The Golden Globes have been a pivotal event in Hollywood, often referred to as Hollywood’s ‘Party of the Year’. It is unique in celebrating achievements in both film and television, making it one of the largest award shows globally. This year’s show is set to introduce two new awards: Cinematic and Box Office Achievement and Best Stand-Up Comedian on Television.
The Golden Globes’ partnership with CBS reflects the changing landscape of content consumption, catering to a global audience that increasingly favors multi-platform viewing. This flexibility allows audiences to enjoy the show live or on-demand, catering to diverse viewing preferences.
Produced and owned by Dick Clark Productions, the Golden Globes have a rich history dating back to 1944. The awards have supported numerous entertainment-related charities and advocacy groups, contributing to a variety of causes over the years.
This year’s ceremony, under the new partnership, is expected to be a memorable event, marking a new chapter in the Golden Globes’ history