The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards were presented at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Jan. 13, 2013. The awards presentation, hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, was televised live on NBC Television Network.
Showtime's "Homeland" and HBO's "Game Change" each took three awards. Winners in the television categories included "Homeland," "Game Change," "Girls," "House of Lies," "Hatfield & McCoys" and "Downton Abbey."
Showtime's suspenseful thriller "Homeland" won big awards in the television categories, including Best TV Drama, Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Drama for Damian Lewis and Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Drama for Claire Danes. This was the second year that "Homeland" took the awards for Best TV Drama and Best Performance by an Actress is a TV Drama. 'Homeland' and 'House of Lies' win Golden Globes for Showtime
HBO's "Game Change," a political film about Sarah Palin and the 2008 Presidential election, took three awards. "Game Change" won Best Mini-series or TV Movie, Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Miniseries or Movie for Julianna Moore and Best Supporting Actor in a Mini-series or TV Movie for Ed Harris. Jay Roach, director of "Game Change," said to Julianne Moore, onstage "now with you and Tina Fey, we have three of the most incredible impersonations of Sarah Palin...including Sarah Palin.". 'Game Change' and 'Girls' win Golden Globes for HBO
HBO's "Girls" won for Best Comedy TV Series and Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Series for Lena Dunham.
Showtime's "House of Lies" won for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Comedy for lead Don Cheadle..
Kevie Costner won for Best Actor in a TV Mini-series or Movie for his work in "Hatfield & McCoys." Costner thanked History Channel during his acceptance speech.
Maggie Smith won the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Series for her work in the PBS period drama series "Downton Abbey."