TV Shows and Movies That Topped Golden Globes, SAG Noms — and Where to Watch Them

6:39 AM 12/17/2018

by Allison Crist

Head to the nearest theater or stream the top nominees on services from Amazon to HBO before the two awards shows.

' A Star Is Born'
' A Star Is Born'
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The voting pools for the Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild Awards are strikingly different, but each year, both sets of nominations provoke an onslaught of early predictions for the Oscars. There tend to be more parallels between SAG's picks and those chosen by the members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences who are eligible to vote for the Oscars — but even a SAG nomination, or win, won't always result in Oscar success.

Still, a number of films have begun racking up honors as awards season kicks into high gear. A Star Is Born leads the pack of movies with nine total SAG and Golden Globe nominations — five and four, respectively. Vice and The Favourite followed with eight noms each.

On the TV side, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel leads with seven nods, followed by The Kominsky Method, Barry and The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, all of which have six combined noms each.

With both awards shows not airing until January, there's still plenty of time to watch most of the frontrunners. The Hollywood Reporter rounds up the most-nominated TV shows and movies for a Golden Globe or SAG award below, and lists where to watch them.

  • 'A Star Is Born'

    Where to watch: In theaters now and on iTunes Jan. 15

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    NINE NOMINATIONS (5 Golden Globes; 4 SAG Awards)

    In Bradley Cooper's musical remake of this classic Hollywood story, the actor-director stars as seasoned rockstar Jackson Maine, alongside Lady Gaga as aspiring singer-songwriter Ally. 

    The film topped the SAG Awards film nominees, scoring nods in best ensemble, best actress, best actor and best supporting actor. A Star Is Born's Golden Globes nominations include best drama, best actress in a drama, best actor in a drama, best director and best original song.

  • 'Vice'

    Where to watch: In theaters Dec. 25

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    EIGHT NOMINATIONS (6 Golden Globes; 2 SAG Awards)

    Written and directed by Adam McKay, the political comedy tells the story of Dick Cheney's rise to power. Christian Bale as the former president is joined by Amy Adams, Sam Rockwell and Steve Carell.

    Vice led the Golden Globes' film nominees with six nods: best musical or comedy, best actor in a musical or comedy, best actress in a musical or comedy, best supporting actor in any motion picture, best director and best screenplay. Bale and Adams also received SAG nominations in the best actor and actress categories.

  • 'The Favourite'

    Where to watch: In theaters now

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    EIGHT NOMINATIONS (5 Golden Globes; 3 SAG Awards)

    In The Favourite, two cousins (Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz) vie to access the ailing Queen Anne's (Olivia Colman) power in 18th century England.

    The film is nominated for five Golden Globes: best musical or comedy, best actress in a musical or comedy, best screenplay and best supporting actress in any motion picture (twice). The SAG nominations include two for best supporting actress and best actress.

  • 'Green Book'

    Where to watch: In theaters now

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    SEVEN NOMINATIONS (5 Golden Globes; 2 SAG Awards)

    In Green Book, an Italian-American bouncer (Viggo Mortensen) escorts an African-American pianist (Mahershala Ali) across the South in the 1960s.

    The film is up for Golden Globes in best musical or comedy, best actor in a musical or comedy, best supporting actor in any motion picture, best director and best screenplay. Mortensen and Ali also earned SAG nominations for acting in a leading and supportive role, respectively.

  • 'BlacKkKlansman'

    Where to watch: Amazon, iTunes, Redbox On Demand, YouTube Movies

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    SEVEN NOMINATIONS (4 Golden Globes; 3 SAG Awards)

    Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman tells the story of Ron Stallworth (John David Washington), a black cop who goes undercover in the Ku Klux Klan. His partner is played by Adam Driver.

    The film's Golden Globe nominations include best drama, best actor in a drama, best supporting actor in any motion picture and best director. At the SAG Awards, BlacKkKlansman will compete for best ensemble, best actor and best supporting actor.

  • 'Mary Poppins Returns'

    Where to watch: In theaters Dec. 19

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    FIVE NOMINATIONS (4 Golden Globes; 1 SAG Award)

    Emily Blunt is Mary Poppins in this sequel to the 1964 classic Disney film. Lin-Manuel Miranda also stars.

    Mary Poppins Returns earned Golden Globe nominations for best musical or comedy, best actress in a musical or comedy, best actor in a musical or comedy and best original score. Blunt also earned a SAG Award nod for best actress.

  • 'Black Panther'

    Where to watch: Amazon, iTunes, Netflix, YouTube Movies

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    FIVE NOMINATIONS (3 Golden Globes; 2 SAG Awards)

    Marvel Studios' Black Panther follows T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman) as he attempts to lead the people of the fictitious African nation Wakanda amid challenges from an old enemy. 

    The superhero flick is up for best drama, best original score and best original song at the Golden Globes, along with best ensemble and best action performance by a stunt ensemble in a motion picture at the SAG Awards.

  • 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel'

    Where to watch: Amazon

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    SEVEN NOMINATIONS (3 Golden Globes; 4 SAG Awards)

    Rachel Brosnahan plays Miriam "Midge" Maisel, a 1950s housewife who decides to become a stand-up comic. The 10-episode second season made its debut on Dec. 5.

    The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel topped the SAG Awards on the TV side, earning nods in best comedy series ensemble, best actress in a comedy series (twice) and best actor in a comedy series. The Amazon series picked up Golden Globe nominations in best comedy or musical television series; best actress in a comedy or musical television series; and best supporting actress in a series, limited series or motion picture made for television.

  • 'The Kominsky Method'

    Where to watch: Netflix

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    SIX NOMINATIONS (3 Golden Globes; 3 SAG Awards)

    Chuck Lorre's Netflix comedy tells the story of acting coach Sandy Kominsky (Michael Douglas) and his best friend. The eight-episode first season bowed Nov. 16.

    The show is nominated for three Golden Globes: best comedy or musical television series; best actor in a comedy or musical television series; and best supporting actor in a series, limited series, or motion picture made for television. The Kominsky Method will also compete for SAG awards in best comedy series ensemble and best actor in a comedy series (including two nominations).

  • 'Barry'

    Where to watch: HBO

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    SIX NOMINATIONS (3 Golden Globes; 3 SAG Awards)

    Bill Hader plays a Midwestern hitman who, after traveling to Los Angeles, finds himself drawn to acting. Henry Winkler plays his acting coach. The eight-episode first season launched on HBO in March.

    Barry received Golden Globe nods for best comedy or musical television series; best actor in a comedy or musical series; and best supporting actor in a series, limited series, or motion picture made for television. At the SAG Awards, the show will compete for best comedy series ensemble and best actor in a comedy series (twice).

  • 'The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story'

    Where to watch: Amazon, FXNOW, FX+

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    SIX NOMINATIONS (4 Golden Globes; 2 SAG Awards)

    The second season of Ryan Murphy's crime anthology television show tells the story of Gianni Versace's (Edgar Ramirez) killer Andrew Cunanan, played by Darren Criss.

    The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story leads the TV side in Golden Globe nominations, after receiving nods in best television limited series or motion picture made for television; best actor in a limited series or motion picture made for television; best supporting actress in a series, limited series or motion picture made for television; and best supporting actor in a series, limited series or motion picture made for television. The show was nominated at the SAG Awards for both best actress and best actor in a television movie or limited series.

  • 'Ozark'

    Where to watch: Netflix

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    FIVE NOMINATIONS (1 Golden Globe; 4 SAG Awards)

    This Netflix drama stars Jason Bateman as a money-laundering father living with his family in the Missouri Ozarks. The 10-episode second season released in August.

    The show's second season is nominated for a Golden Globe for best actor in a drama television series, and four SAG Awards: best drama series ensemble, best actress in a drama series (two noms) and best actor in a drama series.

  • 'The Handmaid's Tale'

    Where to watch: Hulu

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    FIVE NOMINATIONS (2 Golden Globes; 3 SAG Awards)

    Based on the 1985 novel of the same name by Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid's Tale stars Elisabeth Moss, who's forced to live in the totalitarian society of Gilead, where women are treated as property. The 13-episode second season launched on Hulu in April.

    The show earned Golden Globe nominations for best actress in a drama series and best supporting actress in a limited series or motion picture made for television. On the SAG Awards side, The Handmaid's Tale will compete for best drama ensemble, best actress in a drama series and best actor in a drama series.