Next up to the winner's microphone is...Stellan Skarsgård!
Tonight, television’s biggest stars gathered at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles for the 77th annual Golden Globes. During the ceremony, the Chernobyl actor was crowned with Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for his role as Boris Shcherbina. (Skarsgård even addressed his eyebrows—or lack thereof—during his speech.)
Other nominees included Alan Arkin for The Kominsky Method, Kieran Culkin for Succession, Andrew Scott for Fleabag and Henry Winkler for Barry. (Arkin, Culkin and Winkler were nominated for the same category in 2019).
The Kominsky Method was nominated for three awards this year including Best TV Series, Comedy and Best TV Supporting Actor. Barry received three nods, while Chernobyl landed a whopping four.
HBO’s Succession also received a handful of other nods including Best TV Series, Drama.
Last year, Ben Whishaw (A Very English Scandal) beat out Alan Arkin beat out Alan Arkin for The Kominsky Method, Kieran Culkin for Succession, Edgar Ramírez for The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story and Henry Winkler for Barry.