Chuck Lorre Thanks Netflix for 'Kominsky Method' Golden Globe Win

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The series beat out 'Barry,' 'The Good Place,' 'Kidding' and 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.'

The Kominsky Method took home the Golden Globe for best comedy or musical series on Sunday night.

"This doesn't happen to me," show creator Chuck Lorre said at the podium. "I've been doing this a long time and I'm up here trembling like a leaf."

He continued, "I need to thank Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin, without whom the script for this would be landfill. Al Higgins for your undying support, the folks at Warner Media. Great cast, crew, my lovely wife, Netflix Netflix Netflix."

"My daughter and son, who I hope are watching, look what we did," Lorre finished with. 

The series beat out BarryThe Good PlaceKidding and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel for the award. Douglas won for best actor and Arkin was nominated for best supporting actor in a comedy series. 

Backstage in the press room, Lorre continued processing the win. "I’m absolutely stunned and amazed and delighted and grateful that our work was acknowledged and held up as being worthy as extraordinary. I’m shaking. I’m just overwhelmed."

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