Video: ‘Glee’ Big Winner at Golden Globes; ‘Boardwalk Empire’ Receives Kudos As Well. We Have Full List of Winners. Host Ricky Gervais Draws Lots of Criticism

Jan 17, 2011  •  Post A Comment

"Glee" was the big TV winner at the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday, Jan 16, 2011.

The popular, breakthrough Fox musical comedy won Golden Globes for Best Series, Musical or Comedy, as well as for Jane Lynch as Best Supporting Actress and Chris Colfer as Best Supporting Actor.

Colfer and Lynch gave two of the most talked about speeches on the show. Watch them below.

HBO’s acclaimed "Boardwalk Empire" was named Best Drama Series, and its star, Steve Buscemi, grabbed the award as the Best Actor in a Drama.

For a full list of Golden Globe winners, please click here.

The most controversial element of the show was host Ricky Gervais. We urge you to click here and read Baltimore Sun critic Michael Sragow’s very insightul review of Gervais and the show. It begins,   "The normally clever-to-brilliant Ricky Gervais resorted to nonstop insult comedy as ‘the host’ of the Golden Gloves last night. He appeared to be auditioning for a dinner-theater version of ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’

His main game was ‘Get the Guest.’ "


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  1. Hiring Gervais and finding him outrageous is like hiring Don Rickles and finding him insulting. You get what you hire.

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