The Hollywood Reporter has partnered with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to produce the official aftershow of the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards.
Immediately following the Golden Globe Awards telecast on NBC, THR will produce an hourlong live stream featuring one-on-one interviews with the night’s winners, show highlights and expert analysis from THR’s awards-season experts. This program will live stream on Twitter from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills on Sunday from 11 p.m.-midnight ET (8-9 p.m. PT).
“We’re thrilled to bring THR’s unique expertise on Hollywood’s awards season to the Golden Globe Awards after show,” said THR editorial director Matthew Belloni. “Millions of fans will get an immediate backstage pass to continue the Globes experience online as they are talking about the show.”
“As we continue to look for ways to connect directly with our audience, we couldn’t be prouder to partner with The Hollywood Reporter for the 75thannual Golden Globes postshow,” said HFPA president Meher Tatna. “This postshow will let viewers participate in the excitement surrounding the Golden Globes right after the winners are announced.”
THR associate editor Ashley Lee and veteran red carpet reporter Marc Malkin will anchor the live stream, produced in partnership with the HFPA. The live stream will be available on Twitter and connected devices. Viewers in the United States will be able to access the live stream at live.twitter.com/GoldenGlobesLive or via @THR.
Seth Meyers will host the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards live coast-to-coast on NBC from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills on Sunday from 8-11 p.m. ET (5-8 p.m. PT).
THR is known for its coverage of awards season and its unparalleled access to A-list talent, with its glossy magazine, breaking news website and its award-winning Roundtables series, which airs on Sundance TV as Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter. The series was nominated for a Daytime Emmy for outstanding special class series in March.
THR‘s livestream of the Golden Globes aftershow on Twitter follows a similar arrangement for sister brand Billboard‘s broadcast of its Women in Music event in December. Both THR and Billboard share a parent company with Dick Clark Productions.