Golden Globes Ratings Up 20% According To First Reports
Here's the TV industry news from last night's Golden Globes: preliminary figures put this version "as the show’s most-watched telecast in six years — up 20 percent from last year with a
13.1 rating," writes James Hibberd on Ew.com.And not one broadcast show won an award, as Hollywood Reporter's Michael
O'Connell notes: "The night's TV wins went to HBO, Showtime, PBS and History."
The actual content of the show was quite eventful and entertaining, we think -- from Bill Clinton's surprise appearance to Jody Foster' speech in which she seemed to come out as gay, which was either heartfelt, incoherent, historic, and/or disappointingly overdue, according to who was commenting. And, oh, yeah, Tina Fey and Amy Poeher killed it (or didn't, again according to one's perspective) as co-hosts! We, however, agree with Alan Sepinwall, who wrote: "Good luck following that, Seth MacFarlane."