Golden Globes Predictions: The Sacred Wall’s Beat The Guru Golden Globes Competition

Break out the copious amounts of booze and slur the names of winners, it’s time for the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards! This Sunday, Seth Meyers will be leading us through the first major award of the season, which means that it’s time for the 2nd Annual Sacred Wall Beat The Guru Golden Globe Predictions! In our fourth matchup ever, I face off against the Rey to my Luke, Lena Smith. Like Rey, I taught Lena everything she knows about film by hitting her with a reed when she had bad opinions. And like Rey, Lena has surpassed the master, taking the lead in the series 2-1. And now that she’s all graduated from grad school, she has time to focus and grow the gap, definitively proving herself the true Awards Guru. After she embarrassed me both here and in the Oscars last year, I refuse to let that happen. So once again, Book Smarts meet Street Smarts as we see which of us can predict the hardest race yet!


Best Film – Drama

Travis: Man, from the get go we have an impossible to predict race. I can see an argument for all five of these films. Based on their popularity with the Globes and abroad, I think I can narrow it down to The Shape of Water, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, and The Post. I also think we can cut The Post, unless a certain someone tweeted at the peak of the voting period (which is quite possible). Which leaves us with the two most likely winners: Shape of Water and Three Billboards. Honestly, I can see an argument going either way, and had two different versions of this ballot, with each film winning on each one. If I were playing this smart, I would go with Three Billboards, as the simplest choice. However, for multiple reasons (I like the film more, I feel the Globes will rally behind it, etc.), I’m going to predict The Shape of Water. I’m not confident here, but I’m making the pick anyway. Like The Shape of Water itself, go big or go home.
Prediction: The Shape of Water

Lena: Well, I have no idea here either, so here goes nothin’! I’m going with Three Billboards.
Prediction: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Best Film – Musical or Comedy

Travis: Things don’t much easier over here in Musical/Comedy. We have an almost dead heat between Get Out and Lady Bird, with The Disaster Artist playing spoiler. I really don’t want to have to choose between these two, as it would be easier to pick which child Sophie needed to axe in Sophie’s Choice. Do I pick the satiric nightmare that is Get Out, or the nostalgic joy of Lady Bird? Honestly, I think the Globes will want something a bit more lighthearted here (although that didn’t stop them with The Martian), and thus I give the edge to Lady Bird, but here more than anywhere else don’t be surprised to see me get proven wrong. Ugh, I already want to switch. Now I want to switch back. DON’T MAKE ME CHOOSE!
Prediction: Lady Bird 

Lena: I haven’t seen these films yet. Lady Bird looks fantastic, though. Hoping for the best, LB!
Prediction: Lady Bird

Best Actor – Drama

Travis: This will be the first determining factor of the season. At present, it is wisely assumed that Gary Oldman will sweep the season for his remarkable portrayal of Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour. However, he faces two very, very major roadblocks. The first is the fact that Oldman is very vocally anti-Golden Globes, and that never sits well with the organization. The second is the rising star of Timothée Chalamet, who is young, charming, and very good in Call Me By Your Name. I have no reason to doubt Oldman’s win, and I wholeheartedly endorse it. However, look here for an upset that will change the trajectory of the season.
Prediction: Gary Oldman – Darkest Hour 

Lena: This is anybody’s game, but I’m going to have to go with Call Me By Your Name. (ed. note: I see what you did there)
Prediction: Timothée Chalamet – Call Me By Your Name

Best Actress – Drama

Travis: This will be one of the biggest make-or-break categories of the night. At the moment, we have a fairly solid understanding of the five nominees at the Oscars, but there is no frontrunner amongst them. This will be a determining factor of where sympathies lie. I do believe that you can rule out Michelle Williams and Jessica Chastain. And unless the Globes really love the film, or are still in awe of her speech from last year, I think you can likely cut Meryl from the list. Which leaves the same two-horse race you have everywhere else: Frances McDormand vs. Sally Hawkins. Whoever wins this will battle the Best Actress – Comedy winner for the Oscar in two months. Personally, I think that will be McDormand, as this will be the film’s consolation prize should it lose Best Picture. However, I don’t want to discredit her performance, as it would earn it by its own merits. However, be very wary of Hawkins’ threat – these two will be in a dead heat all season.
Prediction: Frances McDormand – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Lena: It’s between Hawkins and McDormand, but I’m not looking to take a huge risk here. I pick McDormand.
Prediction: Frances McDormand – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Best Actor – Musical or Comedy

Travis: This is a charismatic, challenging field. I love all of these performances a great deal. However, as glad as I am to see love for Steve Carell and especially Ansel Elgort, this is essentially another two-horse race, if it’s even a race at all. You see, James Franco is very much the favorite here. It’s really not even close, in theory. However, I can’t shake this feeling in the back of my mind. The feeling that, should Get Out rebound and sweep, then Daniel Kaluuya could sneak in for his remarkable performance as Chris. I’m not saying this will happen. I’m not saying it should happen. I’m still rooting for Franco’s wonderful performance as Tommy Wiseau. I’m just saying that if I’m wrong about Best Musical/Comedy, I could also be wrong here. So be ready for a bloodbath.
Prediction: James Franco – The Disaster Artist

Lena: I’m gonna go with Franco, although hats off to Elgort for his great performance as well! (ed. note: I still need to make you watch The Room. It’s gonna happen)
Prediction: James Franco – The Disaster Artist

Best Actress – Musical or Comedy 

Travis: Yet another dead heat of a category. Sure, you can eliminate Emma Stone, Helen Mirren, and Judi Dench right off the bat, but where do you go from there? How do you choose between two actresses who could theoretically win the Oscar next year? Do you go with the lovingly realistic take of Saoirse Ronan, or do you pick the balls-to-the-wall fury of Margot Robbie? Personally, I think that Ronan will win here, to go with the film’s comedy sweep, but you never know – should Robbie win here, she could propel herself to frontrunner status.
Prediction: Saoirse Ronan – Lady Bird 

Lena: I still love you, Emma (see my Halloween costume for proof), but I’m going with Saoirse Ronan.
Prediction: Saoirse Ronan – Lady Bird 

Best Supporting Actor

Travis: This one is no contest. Unless the Globes pull an Aaron Taylor-Johnson and go for Christopher Plummer, this will go to the Willem Dafoe for his wonderful work in The Florida Project. No one has won as many precursor awards up to this point since Jack Nicholson in Terms of Endearment – not even J.K. Simmons for his wonderfully deserved win in Whiplash. Dafoe has never won a Golden Globe, despite an illustrious career, and I am excited to see that change this Sunday. Take your money and place your bets now.
Prediction: Willem Dafoe – The Florida Project 

Lena: Time to start taking risks. Happy Globes!
Prediction: Christopher Plummer – All the Money In The World 

Best Supporting Actress

Travis: I also don’t expect much of a shock here. Sure, Allison Janney is great in I, Tonya. And sure, she is very popular with the Globes (this is her sixth nomination, if you include The West Wing and Mom). But it’s hard to beat Laurie Metcalf in Lady Bird. She’s just so sweet, so touching, so perfect. And while she didn’t get nearly enough love for Roseanne by the Golden Globes (at least compared to Janney), I still expect her to keep the Lady Bird love train rolling with a win here.
Prediction: Laurie Metcalf – Lady Bird 

Lena: Allison Janney sounds like the safer bet here. Who am I kidding? Nothing is safe this year.
Prediction: Allison Janney – I, Tonya 

Best Director 

Travis: You know what? Go big or go home. Yes, Christopher Nolan is probably the “favorite” here for his innovative work on Dunkirk, but the Globes rarely ever keep that in mind when voting for this award. Look at Martin Scorsese for Hugo, Richard Linklater for Boyhood, and David Fincher for The Social Network. Hell, the odds are more likely that someone else will win this award over Nolan, should he win at the Oscars. Therefore, I believe that Guillermo del Toro will win Best Director from the Golden Globes. It will be a nice win for The Shape of Water, it will reward a deserving feat by a director, and above all, it will look good to get a beloved Mexican director onstage to crack wise. Am I taking a risk? Yes, but that’s the only way you reclaim the Globes belt.
Prediction: Guillermo del Toro – The Shape of Water 

Lena: I’m really intrigued by The Shape of Water! Here’s hoping that the HFPA will feel the same!
Prediction: Guillermo del Toro – The Shape of Water 

Best Screenplay

Travis: Man, what a bloodbath. Really, any of these five could win the award. Aaron Sorkin is popular, and won for Steve Jobs, so Molly’s Game could win. The Shape of Water is a major contender for Best Drama, and could lose both Drama and Director, so del Toro could win here. The Post is a testament to journalism, which the critics voting could relate to. Lady Bird is the best screenplay of the year, and it’s written by a woman, so it could end up winning. Or Three Billboards could get a consolation prize, should it lose in Drama. I would probably call Three Billboards the frontrunner at this point, but that seems to easy or obvious. No, I think that Lady Bird will win, allowing us our first glimpse at an award-winning Greta Gerwig. She’s funny, she plays a room well, and the screenplay is whip-smart. Once again, go big or go home.
Prediction: Lady Bird

Lena: Three Billboards? Lady Bird? Three Billboards? Lady Bird? Ugh, I have no idea.
Prediction: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missoui

Best Original Score

Travis: Once again, a category where risks are often taken. Sure, it would be wonderfully easy to pick The Shape of Water or Dunkirk here, as those are probably our frontrunners in all music races going forward. However, I don’t think the Globes will go that way. They like more avant-garde musical choices, as can be seen from their 2013 pick of All Is Lost (note: that was the best score of the year anyway, so at least it was deserved). Therefore, I am going out on a limb here and predicting Phantom Thread to win Best Original Score. It’s melancholic, it’s melodic, and it’s just about perfect. And that’s the type of thing that ends up upsetting at the Globes, each and every year.
Prediction: Phantom Thread

Lena: Phantom Thread

Best Original Song

Travis: Unfortunately, Best Original Song still doesn’t have a frontrunner. This isn’t like last year, when La La Land can come along and win everything. Literally any of these songs has an equal chance of winning. Now, based on their love of The Greatest Showman, as well as some residual love from La La Land, it is possible that “This Is Me” wins Best Original Song. And that would be fine. But it doesn’t seem right (although this is the group that gave an award to that god-awful Cher musical Burlesque). No, instead I am going with “Remember Me” from Coco, a song that boasts previous winners, emotional weight and depth, and the ability to make moms and kids at home cry. Speaking of which, I need to go get a tissue. NO I AM NOT CRYING LENA, YOU ARE, SHUT UP!
Prediction: “Remember Me” – Coco 

Lena: “Remember Me” – Coco

Best Animated Feature

Travis: Just give it to Coco already. You know you want to, there’s really not much else (even if I do love Loving Vincent), and there’s no chance in hell you’re awarding The Boss Baby. So let’s rip the Band-Aid off and award Pixar yet again.
Prediction: Coco 

Lena: Coco just seems like the right pick here.
Prediction: Coco

Best Foreign Language Film

Travis: Now, here’s something you should know about the Golden Globes. They have a nasty habit of never picking the frontrunner for Best Foreign Language Film. This ends up causing two major shifts: either the momentum completely shifts away from the frontrunner and goes to the new film, or the film in question doesn’t get nominated by the Academy and everyone looks foolish. So for this reason, it is safe to assume that the wonderful The Square will not be winning Best Foreign Language Film. This leaves me with two options. I can pick the already-ineligible and very star-f*cky First They Killed My Father, which will allow the Globes to continue their obsession with Angelina Jolie. The second is they award the Chile entry A Fantastic Woman, which will allow them to take a stand against trans discrimination. Quite frankly, The Square is the safest choice, and First They Killed is the most logical choice, but I’m going to listen to that little voice in my head this time, and I’m going to predict A Fantastic Woman to win Best Foreign Language Film. I’m hoping this isn’t where I hand Lena the trophy.
Prediction: A Fantastic Woman 

Lena: Yeah, I’m not even gonna pretend to know this category (ed. note: and now watch her pick the frontrunner)
Prediction: The Square


Best Drama Series

Travis: Last year I played off of goodwill and picked Stranger Things over The Crown. This year, I won’t be stupid. The Handmaid’s Tale is the show that had/has everyone talking, and while I won’t begin watching until later tonight, I hear it is incredible. Expect it to win this category in a cakewalk, with The Crown sitting close behind to upset, and Things looking to make a last-second play.
Prediction: The Handmaid’s Tale

Lena: The Handmaid’s Tale sounds like the safest bet ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Prediction: The Handmaid’s Tale

Best Comedy Series

Travis: This is a weird category this year. There are a lot of new shows here, each of which good, yet surprising. I mean, I get black-ish and Master of None, and I even understand Will and Grace, but The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (a solid show, but surprising)? And Smilf (a downright shock, although I’m happy about it)? This is a weird category in a weird year. If I were voting, I’d say black-ish. If critics were voting (I mean other critics than the HFPA), they would pick Master of None. However, the Globes always go for a new show, and I hear they really love The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. So I’m going to support Amy Sherman-Palladino (my Queen) and pick the 1960s Jewish stand-up comedy show (what an oddly specific genre).
Prediction: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Lena: I’ve gotta stick to my guns on this one. You rock, Aziz!
Prediction: Master of None

Best Actor – Drama

Travis: Man, this is a tough category. The only returning nominees are Bob Odenkirk and Live Schreiber. This is a pretty wide-open category because of it. Now, for my money, I’d expect one of the newcomers to walk away with the win. Jason Bateman seems possible, as he’s popular, and Ozark is his brainchild. However, that seems more like a runner-up to me. Freddie Highmore could win for all the goodwill he’s gotten in his career, but also, come on. The Good Doctor is terrible. Which leaves me with one, and he was snubbed last year by the Globes in Supporting Actor, something the Globes love to make up for. That would be Sterling K. Brown for This Is Us, an actor people love on a show that people love. He already has his Emmy, he’s a genuinely likable person who gives great speeches, and his win would be a highlight of the night. So unless the Globes really go out on a limb and pick Bateman, expect Brown to walk away with the trophy Sunday night.
Prediction: Sterling K. Brown – This Is Us

Lena: I’m not good at keeping up with TV. Sorry! (ed. note: Says the woman who beats me in the TV field every damn year). Freddie Highmore seems like a good choice.
Prediction: Freddie Highmore – The Good Doctor

Best Actress – Drama

Travis: This category is, all at once, exceptionally challenging and exceptionally simple. Outside of Katherine Langford (who is absolutely wonderful on 13 Reasons Why, even if I didn’t really like the show), there’s a case to be made for each of these actresses. Caitriona Balfe is the heart of Outlander, which we know by now is the Globes’ favorite show. Maggie Gyllenhaal flat-out steals The Deuce out from under everyone. And Claire Foy is the reigning champion (pun intended), and in any other year she would likely win. However, this is going to Elisabeth Moss. She never won for Mad Men, she’s well-beloved in the industry, and she’s the beating heart that makes The Handmaid’s Tale work. She won the Emmy, and now Offred is coming for the Golden Globe. Don’t expect an upset here (but keep an eye on Foy nonetheless).
Prediction: Elisabeth Moss – The Handmaid’s Tale

Lena: It’s risky, but I’ve got a hunch about Caitriona Balfe.
Prediction: Caitriona Balfe – Outlander

Best Actor – Comedy

Travis: Things are tricky here without Donald Glover (no show) or Jeffrey Tambor (show, but…well, you know). Someone new is going to have to win here, and it really could be anyone. I’d say there’s a strong case to be made for Eric McCormack and Kevin Bacon, but neither of those seem right to me. William H. Macy is beloved for Shameless, but that show always hit better with the Screen Actors Guild than the Globes. Which leaves us with Anthony Anderson and Aziz Ansari, either of whom could reasonably win. I so desperately want Anderson to win, because he is remarkable on black-ish. However, I can’t help but feel that he’s been overshadowed this season by the remarkable work of his costar, Tracee Ellis-Ross. Which leaves me with Aziz Ansari. Ansari nearly won in 2015 for None, the show he created and starred in, and now that his “archrival” Tambor is out of the way, I think he finally has a shot at the big prize. This is probably the most up-in-the-air category here, but I feel pretty sound in my reasoning here.
Prediction: Aziz Ansari – Master of None

Lena: I’m going out on a limb in TV again :)!
Prediction: Anthony Anderson – black-ish

Best Actress – Comedy

Travis: Let me make this clear right now – this may be one of the strongest fields this category has ever had, but without Rachel Bloom or Tracee Ellis-Ross, the two best performances on TV this year, period, this category is just wrong. That being said, let’s break it down to determine which fresh face is going to win. With Issa Rae the only returning nominee here, she has the edge slightly. However, I don’t think that’s the direction they’re going to go. Nor do I think they will go for Pamela Adlon, as remarkable as she is on Better Things. Which leaves us with three nominees: Alison Brie, Rachel Brosnahan, and Frankie Shaw. Brie is very good on GLOW, but I don’t think she’s as crucial to the show as the other two actresses are, at least not in a way that will give her the edge. I’ve got this nagging feeling in the back of my head telling me that Frankie Shaw is going to pull this one out of the bag, considering SMILF went from zero to a hundred on the awards trail. However, if my logic for Best Musical/Comedy Series is that Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is the show the Globes love the most, it makes sense that they will reward the woman who makes that show work, and that’s Rachel Brosnahan. Brosnahan is a force of nature on the show, nailing the stand-up routines and perfectly executing Palladino’s dialogue. She’d be a fine winner for Best Actress in a Comedy Series, and that’s exactly what I think the Globes will do.
Prediction: Rachel Brosnahan – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel 

Lena: Hey Trav, remember when I picked Gina Rodriguez and beat you the first year we did this? No real point to this, just wanted to rub it in (ed. note: Shut up). Anyway, I heart that Rachel Brosnahan was good, so that’s my pick!
Prediction: Rachel Brosnahan – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Best Actor – Limited Series/TV Movie 

Travis: This is probably the most boring category of the night. Honestly, nobody really cares about any of the actors of projects nominated here – they lack the sexy drama of the other fields. That being said, I would say it’s probably a three-way race, with one very, very big frontrunner. Kyle MacLachlan is always solid as Dale Cooper, and it’s possible he sneaks back in for a win. And Jude Law could pull off the Tom Hiddleston upset we saw last year with The Night Manager. However, I don’t see any reason to vote against Robert De Niro for playing Bernie Madoff in The Wizard of Lies. He’s well-liked, it’s a good performance, and really there isn’t any competition in the mix. He should experience a cakewalk to the Globes stage.
Prediction: Robert De Niro – The Wizard of Lies 

Lena: Really not sure here, I’m just gonna go out on a limb and say Kyle MacLachlan.
Prediction: Kyle MacLachlan – Twin Peaks: The Return

Best Actress – Limited Series/TV Movie 

Travis: Meanwhile, this is another one of those deceptively simple categories. Because it is entirely possible for there to be not one, but two splits that result in an upset. Because if the Big Little Lies actresses end up splitting, Jessica Lange would be the expected recipient of the Golden Globe for her remarkable work as Joan Crawford. However, she could also split with Susan Sarandon, meaning the Globes’ favorite, Jessica Biel could end up pulling off the double upset. Don’t be surprised if you hear Biel’s name on Sunday (even if I’d rather hear her name for BoJack Horseman). But no matter how many scenarios I run through in my head, and no matter how much I prefer Reese Witherspoon on the show, it’s going to be Nicole Kidman. Mark it down right now. She’s the favorite, she’s well-liked, she plays the victim-turned-hero, she’s the bigger star, and she brings Keith Urban (is that the one she’s married to? All country singers sound the same to me). Kidman will win this, hands down.
Prediction: Nicole Kidman – Big Little Lies

Lena: Gotta keep my vote in the country music family (and finally abide by the “Globes like the stars” rule)!
Prediction: Nicole Kidman – Big Little Lies

Best Supporting Actor

Travis: This one should be simple. Everyone knows that Lies is going to sweep and bring Alexander Skarsgård along for the ride. I’m dumb to doubt this. And yet…I can’t help but doubt. Something about the performance doesn’t sit right with me, at least in terms of awards. And I know that he won the Emmy, and I thought he was good, but even still I can’t shake the feeling that he’s going to lose. And should that happen, I would look to David Harbour. Harbour is the secret heart of Stranger Things, providing the audience a surrogate with whom to sympathize and root for. He gave a rousing, killer speech at the SAG Awards last year, and if he wins this year, he’s promised to do the Sheriff Hopper Dance on the way to the stage. This is all too good for the Globes to pass up. I think the Globes will surprise us all with a win for Sheriff Dad Bod.
Prediction: David Harbour – Stranger Things

Lena: Sorry, Hop, I’m still a huge fan of your performance! (Can you tell the only show I watched this year is Stranger Things?)
Prediction: Alexander Skarsgärd – Big Little Lies

Best Supporting Actress

Travis: Look, don’t overthink this. I guess it’s theoretically possible that Chrissy Metz or Shailene Woodley could win, and if The Handmaid’s Tale starts winning and just won’t stop, it’s possible that Ann Dowd wind. But the winner here will be Laura Dern. It’s a given. Lock it down, throw away the key. She deserves it, she’s beloved, and awards shows love her. Laura Dern. Book it.
Prediction: Laura Dern – Big Little Lies 

Lena: I was going to go riskier and pick Chrissy Metz, butI backed out.
Prediction: Laura Dern – Big Little Lies

Best Limited Series/TV Movie

Travis: Luckily, I get to end on chalk. Sure, Feud could sneak in there (which I would love, as it’s the better show), and the Globes love The Sinner, but don’t kid yourself: Big Little Lies is gonna win. Even if the show wasn’t beloved by everyone, why throw away a chance to get Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern, and Shailene Woodley on the stage together? Make your pick and put your pencil down.
Prediction: Big Little Lies

Lena: To be honest, Big Little Lies is the only one in this category that I’ve heard of. Eek.
Prediction: Big Little Lies

Well, that wraps up this year’s Beat the Guru Golden Globe Predictions! Lena and I once again thank you for reading, and we hope you tune in on Sunday to find out who wins both the Globes as well as the greatest rivalry since the Yankees and the Red Sox. Who will win the battle of stats vs. hunches? Tune in on NBC at 8:00 pm (or follow along right here on the Sacred Wall)! See you then!


Best Motion Picture Drama

  • Call Me By Your Name
  • Dunkirk
  • The Post
  • The Shape of Water  T
  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri  L

Best Motion Picture Musical or Comedy

  • The Disaster Artist
  • Get Out
  • The Greatest Showman
  • I, Tonya
  • Lady Bird  T L

Best Actor in a Drama

  • Timothée Chalamet-Call Me By Your Name  L
  • Daniel Day-Lewis-Phantom Thread
  • Tom Hanks-The Post
  • Gary Oldman-Darkest Hour  T
  • Denzel Washington-Roman J. Israel, Esq.

Best Actress in a Drama

  • Jessica Chastain-Molly’s Game
  • Sally Hawkins-The Shape of Water
  • Frances McDormand-Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri  T L
  • Meryl Streep-The Post
  • Michelle Williams-All the Money In The World 

Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy

  • Steve Carell-Battle of the Sexes
  • Ansel Elgort-Baby Driver
  • James Franco-The Disaster Artist  T L
  • Hugh Jackman-The Greatest Showman
  • Daniel Kaluuya-Get Out

Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy

  • Judi Dench-Victoria and Abdul
  • Helen Mirren-The Leisure Seeker
  • Margot Robbie-I, Tonya
  • Saoirse Ronan-Lady Bird  T L
  • Emma Stone-Battle of the Sexes 

Best Supporting Actor

  • Willem Dafoe-The Florida Project  T
  • Armie Hammer-Call Me By Your Name
  • Richard Jenkins-The Shape of Water
  • Christopher Plummer-All the Money in the World  L
  • Sam Rockwell-Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Best Supporting Actress

  • Mary J. Blige-Mudbound
  • Hong Chau-Downsizing
  • Allison Janney-I, Tonya  L
  • Laurie Metcalf-Lady Bird  T
  • Octavia Spencer-The Shape of Water

Best Director

  • Guillermo del Toro-The Shape of Water  T L
  • Martin McDonagh-Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
  • Christopher Nolan-Dunkirk
  • Ridley Scott-All the Money in the World
  • Steven Spielberg-The Post

Best Screenplay

  • The Shape of Water
  • Lady Bird  T
  • The Post
  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri  L
  • Molly’s Game

Best Original Score

  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
  • The Shape of Water
  • Phantom Thread  T L
  • The Post
  • Dunkirk 

Best Original Song

  • Home-Ferdinand
  • Mighty River-Mudbound
  • Remember Me-Coco  T L
  • The Star-The Star
  • This Is Me-The Greatest Showman

Best Animated Film

  • The Boss Baby
  • The Breadwinner
  • Coco  T L
  • Ferdinand
  • Loving Vincent

Best Foreign Language Film

  • A Fantastic Woman  T
  • First They Killed My Father
  • In the Fade
  • Loveless
  • The Square  L 


Best Drama Series

  • The Crown
  • Game of Thrones
  • The Handmaid’s Tale  T L
  • Stranger Things
  • This Is Us

Best Musical or Comedy Series

  • black-ish
  • The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel  T
  • Master of None  L
  • Will and Grace

Best Actor in a Drama Series

  • Jason Bateman-Ozark
  • Sterling K. Brown-This Is Us  T
  • Freddie Highmore-The Good Doctor  L
  • Bob Odenkirk-Better Call Saul
  • Liev Schreiber-Ray Donovan

Best Actress in a Drama Series

  • Caitriona Balfe-Outlander  L
  • Claire Foy-The Crown
  • Maggie Gyllenhaal-The Deuce
  • Katherine Langford-13 Reasons Why
  • Elisabeth Moss-The Handmaid’s Tale  T

Best Actor in a Musical/Comedy

  • Anthony Anderson-black-ish  L
  • Aziz Ansari-Master of None  T
  • Kevin Bacon-I Love Dick
  • William H. Macy-Shameless
  • Eric McCormack-Will and Grace 

Best Actress in a Musical/Comedy

  • Pamela Adlon-Better Things
  • Alison Brie-GLOW
  • Rachel Brosnahan-The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel  T L
  • Issa Rae-Insecure
  • Frankie Shaw-SMILF

Best Actor in a Miniseries/TV Movie

  • Robert De Niro-The Wizard of Lies  T
  • Jude Law-The Young Post
  • Kyle MacLachlan-Twin Peaks: The Return  L
  • Ewan McGregor-Fargo
  • Geoffrey Rush-Genius

Best Actress in a Miniseries/TV Movie

  • Jessica Biel-The Sinner
  • Nicole Kidman-Big Little Lies  T L
  • Jessica Lange-Feud: Bette and Joan
  • Susan Sarandon-Feud: Bette and Joan
  • Reese Witherspoon-Big Little Lies

Best Supporting Actor

  • David Harbour-Stranger Things  T
  • Alfred Molina-Feud: Bette and Joan
  • Christian Slater-Mr. Robot
  • Alexander Skarsgård-Big Little Lies  L
  • David Thewlis-Fargo

Best Supporting Actress

  • Laura Dern-Big Little Lies  T L
  • Anne Dowd-The Handmaid’s Tale
  • Chrissy Metz-This Is Us
  • Michelle Pfeiffer-The Wizard of Lies
  • Shailene Woodley-Big Little Lies

Best Miniseries/TV Movie

  • Big Little Lies  T L
  • Fargo
  • Feud: Bette and Joan
  • The Sinner
  • Top of the Lake: China Girl

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