78th Golden Globes: Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT
About the Show
Award-winning comedy icons Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are returning to the Golden Globes as co-hosts for the 2021 telecast.
Fey and Poehler were critically applauded when they hosted the Globes from 2013-2015, receiving universal praise for their witty on-stage banter and effortless rapport with one another.
Fey, along with Robert Carlock, is co-creator and an executive producer of NBC’s “Mr. Mayor” – a comedy series about a retired businessman who becomes mayor of Los Angeles, starring Ted Danson and Holly Hunter – from Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group.
Fey has won two Golden Globes and six Emmys for writing and/or acting for the multi-Emmy Award-winning comedy “30 Rock” and “Saturday Night Live.” Fey and Carlock are also producers of the series “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” from Netflix and Universal Television.
Poehler is a Golden Globe and Emmy winner, well known for her portrayal of eternal optimist Leslie Knope on NBC’s beloved comedy “Parks and Recreation.” She is currently an executive producer of the Emmy-nominated Netflix comedy “Russian Doll” and executive producer/co-host of NBC’s “Making It.” She also is an executive producer and co-star of the animated series “Duncanville” on FOX.
Day & Time: Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT
Golden globes trivia and fun facts:
The actor with the most Golden Globes is Meryl Streep (eight, in addition to winning the Cecil B. DeMille Award in 2017); the male actors with the most are Jack Nicholson and Alan Alda (each with six).
Only four people have won two acting awards in the same year: Sigourney Weaver (1989); Joan Plowright (1993); Helen Mirren (2007); and Kate Winslet (2009). Sorry, fellas.
Helen Mirren accepting a Golden Globe for “The Queen,” which was just one of two awards she earned at the 2007 ceremony. Getty Images
The films that have won the most Golden Globes are: seven to “La La Land” (2016); six each to “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” (1975), “Midnight Express” (1978); and five each to “Doctor Zhivago” (1965); “Love Story” (1975); “The Godfather” (1972); and “A Star Is Born” (1976).
The youngest person to win a Golden Globe was Ricky Schroder, then 9 (‘The Champ,” 1980). The oldest was Ennio Morricone, then 87, for best original score (“The Hateful Eight,” 2016)