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Golden Globes 2023 winners: Where to watch these award-winning movies and shows

The Hollywood Foreign Press announced the winners of this year’s Golden Globes in a star-studded ceremony. We at OTTplay listed out our predictions for this year’s winners last week and it appears we were right on the money for some of our predictions. So for today’s List hai toh hit hai we will tell you where you can stream these Golden Globe-winning films and TV shows.

Golden Globes 2023 winners: Where to watch these award-winning movies and shows

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  • Nikhil Kumar

Last Updated: 11.04 AM, Jan 13, 2023

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The Hollywood Foreign Press announced the winners of this year’s Golden Globes in a star-studded ceremony. We at OTTplay listed out our predictions for this year’s winners last week and it appears we were right on the money for some of our predictions. So for today’s List hai toh hit hai we will tell you where you can stream these Golden Globe-winning films and TV shows.

Euphoria (Disney+ Hotstar)

Sam Levinson’s immensely popular teen drama Euphoria was overlooked for several of the top honours this year. However, its lead star Zendaya took home the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama. Admittedly, this was one of the categories where our predictions were well off the mark. You can watch both seasons of the neo-psychedelic drama on Disney+ Hotstar.

Elvis (Prime Video)

Austin Butler shot to stardom last year after his scintillating portrayal of the King of Rock N’Roll Elvis Presley in the biopic based on and named after the legend himself. While Baz Luhrmann's film did miss out on two of the three categories that it was nominated for, Butler bagged the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture — Drama. He even used the King’s southern drawl during his acceptance speech, and it remains unclear if the actor is still struggling to lose the accent. You can watch Butler’s jaw-dropping performance as Elvis on Amazon Prime Video.

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio (Netflix)

Filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro, while accepting the award for Best Motion Picture — Animated for his film Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio, said, "Animation is cinema. It's not a genre for kids. It's a medium.” And he does have a point. Undoubtedly, his latest iteration of the classic story is a mesmerising reimagination crafted for audiences of all ages. The animated film is available to stream on Netflix.

Everything Everywhere All at Once (BookMyShow Stream)

Arguably one of the best films of 2022, Everything Everywhere All at Once, was nominated for a whopping six awards. The film's lead stars Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan both won Best Performance by an Actress and Actor respectively, and we can gloat about the fact that we got this spot on in our predictions. You can watch this film on BookMyShow Stream.

The Banshees of Inisherin (Disney+ Hotstar)

Martin McDonagh’s masterpiece The Banshees of Inisherin won big at the Golden Globes this year, taking home Best Actor in Musical or Comedy for Colin Farrell, Best Screenplay, and Best Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy. This comedy-drama is available to stream on Disney+ Hotstar.

Abbott Elementary (Disney+ Hotstar)

The comedy TV series Abbott Elementary was the surprise package at this year’s Golden Globes. The show won Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy, Best Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy, and Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series for Tyler James Williams. This critically acclaimed TV series is available on Disney+ Hotstar.

The Bear (Disney+ Hotstar)

The Bear was expected to make a clean sweep of several top TV awards this season but managed to win just a single award. Jeremy Allen White’s stunning performance as the lead was recognised as the best of the year in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy by the Hollywood Foreign Press. The first season of the drama series is available to stream on Disney+ Hotstar.

Black Bird (Apple TV+)

Another surprise entry to this year’s awards season is the lesser-known Apple TV+ Original series, Black Bird. The series received three nominations with lead star Paul Walter Hauser winning Best Supporting Actor in Limited Series.

House of the Dragon (Disney+ Hotstar)

The Game of Thrones prequel series House of the Dragon came out on top in possibly the toughest category this year – Best Television Series – Drama. The fantasy drama series adapted from George RR Martin’s book is expected to return with season two in 2024 and the first season is available on Disney+ Hostar.

The White Lotus (Disney+ Hotstar)

The HBO Original drama series The White Lotus has continued its impressive run at the Golden Globes for the second year in a row. Last year’s nominee Jennifer Coolidge won Best Supporting Actress this time around, while the comedy-drama series won the top honours of Best Television Limited Series.

Yellowstone (Prime Video)

Taylor Sheridan’s Yellowstone has become one of the most popular drama TV shows today, and its surge in popularity has compelled the producers to announce several spin-offs. Lead star and Academy Award winner Kevin Costner was awarded Best Actor in a drama TV series for his nuanced performance. The Paramount+ Original is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video in India.

Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (Netflix)

It shouldn’t be too surprising that Evan Peters won Best Actor for his eerie depiction of the notorious serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer in Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. While the Netflix Original series may have faced criticism for allegedly glamorising a serial killer, Peters’ performance cannot be faulted.

The Dropout (Disney+ Hotstar)

Amanda Seyfried’s portrayal of the infamous fraudster Elizabeth Holmes was apparently so convincing in The Dropout that Jennifer Lawrance decided not to essay the character in a film adaptation. Seyfried was naturally the obvious choice for the Hollywood Foreign Press in the category of Best Actress in a Limited Series. Stream The Dropout on Disney+ Hotstar.

RRR (Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar, Zee5)

SS Rajamouli’s RRR has become a global phenomenon and the film created history by winning the Best Original Song — Motion Picture for the song Naatu Naatu by M.M. Keeravani, Kala Bhairava, and Rahul Sipligun. The blockbuster hit can be streamed on Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar, and Zee5.

Well that's the OTTplay List hai toh hit hai episode , until the next one it's your host Nikhil signing out.

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