The Golden Globes will return in 2023 after a TV interception
The golden balls It will be broadcast on TV again January 10, 2023confirmed nbc . network and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA)which declined from 2021 to A reputation crisis.
“We recognize the HFPA’s commitment to change and look forward to welcoming NBC’s Golden Globes to celebrate 80th AnniversaryFrances Berwick, president of NBC’s entertainment division, announced in a statement.
However, the small version of the contract indicates that the broadcaster and the organization have only reached a one-year agreement, which must be renegotiated if both parties are satisfied with the return of the concert that It traditionally started in the Oscar race.
The 2023 Golden Globes edition will take place on Tuesday instead of the traditional Sunday, as NBC already has He had booked the Sunday prior to the NFL.
Nor can they the following Sunday, which is the date on which it was done Critics’ Choice Awardsthe awards broadcast by The CW channel that so far remained in the background, but gained fame after the fall of the first ceremony of the awards season.
NBC, which has held the rights to the awards since 1996, decided not to broadcast the 2022 gala after that 100 advertising companies They declared a boycott, joined by Hollywood celebrities like Warner Bros., Netflix and Amazon Studios.
Low awards came when Complaints against the HFPA for questionable ethical practices Among its members, such as nominating some products in exchange for trips and gifts.
The last scandal in the previous version was that in the middle of the year there was awareness about Racism in AmericaThe association did not have any colorists in its ranks.
Current members of HFPA They will receive a salary of $75,000 annually, Those who join in voting in future editions for greater diversity will not receive monetary compensation.
With information from EFE
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