Golden Globes: Hollywood Reporter to Produce Official Aftershow Airing Live on Twitter
The hourlong event broadcast from the Beverly Hilton will feature interviews with winners, highlights from the show and expert analysis from anchors Adrianna Costa and Chris Gardner.
The Hollywood Reporter is teaming with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and Twitter for a second year to produce the official aftershow of Sunday's Golden Globe Awards.
Immediately following the Golden Globes 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, along with behind-the-scenes footage from THR's cover shoot with Golden Globes hosts Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg. The 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).
Adrianna Costa and THR's Chris Gardner will anchor the show, 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 via @THR.
"The Golden Globes is Hollywood's biggest party of the year, so we’re thrilled to offer viewers a backstage pass to everything that happens after the winners are announced," said THR editorial director Matthew Belloni. "And because it's live on Twitter, anything can happen."
"Award shows are one of the most-talked-about topics on Twitter. It is where fans go to discuss all of their favorite moments of the night, which makes it the perfect place for The Hollywood Reporter and the HFPA’s Golden Globe Awards aftershow," said Sarah Rosen, head of U.S. entertainment partnerships at Twitter. "We're excited to give fans exclusive content from the event and the chance to hear from their favorite winners of the night."
The 76th annual Golden Globe Awards air 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 extensive coverage of awards season and its unparalleled access to A-list talent, with its glossy weekly magazine, breaking news website and its award-winning Roundtable series, which airs on SundanceTV as Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter. The Golden Globes are pro-duced by Dick Clark Productions, which shares a parent company with THR.
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