Awards season is in full swing — and the 2017 Golden Globes are the first major awards show of the year.
With nominees including Ryan Reynolds, Ryan Gosling and Sarah Jessica Parker, the red carpet is sure to be jam-packed with A-list celebrities from the big and small screens.
And with Jimmy Fallon hosting for the first time ever, viewers can definitely expect some surprises!
Here is everything you need to know about the 2017 Golden Globe Awards:
When are the Golden Globes in 2017?
The 73rd annual Golden Globes will air on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2017 at 8 p.m. EST/ 5 p.m. PST on NBC. You can live stream from your computer here! The show has a three-hour running time.
What are the Golden Globes?
The Golden Globes are an award show where the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) recognizes the best in television and movies from the past year. The first show was held in 1944, and the first Miss Golden Globe was introduced in 1963. This year, Sylvester Stallone's daughters Scarlet, Sophia and Sistine will be handing out the awards.
Sylvester with his wife and daughters at the Miss Golden Globes party. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Who is hosting the Golden Globes?
Jimmy Fallon will be hosting the Golden Globe Awards for the first time ever! The Tonight Show host previously hosted the Emmy Awards in 2010.
“Jimmy Fallon’s brand of comedy will continue the tradition of cutting-edge excitement viewers have come to expect from the host of the Golden Globes,” said Allen Shapiro, CEO of dick clark productions.
Celebrities expected to join the host on stage to present include Oscar winner Leonardo DiCaprio, Kristen Wiig and Reese Witherspoon.
Which animated feature is not nominated?
Everyone's favorite category, Best Animated Feature, is missing one noticeable blockbuster: Finding Dory! However, the other nominees include Moana, Zootopia and Sing.
We will be covering all things Golden Globes, so be sure to check back for red carpet coverage and more!