CULTURE – Without champagne or red carpet due to the pandemic, the 2021 edition of the Golden Globes still had a few surprises in store for this Sunday, February 28.

Netflix, which posted a record number of 42 nominations this year, notably walked away with a dozen awards. A change from last year, when the platform failed to establish itself in the big leagues of Hollywood by coming away with just two trophies.

Find below the complete list of the evening which, for the first time, took place virtually and straddling the traditional Beverly Hills hotel in California – with actress Amy Poehler as mistress of ceremonies – and the Rainbow Room from New York – where her comrade Tina Fey was joined by a few celebrities.

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