The 70th annual Golden Globe awards aired on NBC last night to an increase in ratings from last years with plenty of winners and odd suprises. Hosted by Tina Fay and Amy Poehler the show provided long winded speech and a "who cares" moment as Jodie Foster may have come out, but really who cares you take the moment that is suppose to focus on your career and use it to come out generic. Overall, the show was worth watching with comic relief throughout the night from the hosts and suprising wins from Lena Dunham of "Girls" and Ben Affleck winning for best director for "Argo." The movie also won Best Picture and going four for four Claire Danes proved that she owns the category for Best Actress in a Drama.
Supporting Actress in a Series, Mini Series or TV Movie
Maggie Smith: "Downtown Abby" Season 2
Best Mini Series or TV Movie
Best Actress in a Mini Series or TV Movie
Julianna Moore: "Game Change"
Best Actor in a TV Series: Drama
Damien Lewis: "Homeland"
Best TV Series: Drama
Best Actor in a Mini Series or TV Movie
Kevin Costner: "Hatfield and McCoys"
Best Supporting Actor in a TV Mini Series or Movie
Ed Harris: "Game Change"
Best Actress in a TV Series: Drama
Claire Danes: "Homeland"
Best Actress in a TV Series: Comedy
Lena Dunham: "Girls"
Best TV Series: Comedy