Nominations for both the Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced this week, with streaming giants Netflix, Amazon and Hulu breaking through in a thin year for theatrical releases. Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of Chicago 7 (Netflix) and the Sundance 2020 Grand Jury Prize winner Minari (A24) received particular attention, including nominations for Chicago 7 for Best Picture-Drama from the Golden Globes and Ensemble Cast from SAG…and for Minari for Best Foreign Language Film from the Globes and Ensemble Cast from SAG. Netflix led all studios for the most nominations for a TV series, led by The Crown and Schitt’s Creek. Chadwick Bosman received posthumous Golden Globe and SAG awards nominations as Best Supporting Actor for his role in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, and is considered a lock to win both. As always, a few nominations prompted eye rolls from industry insiders, specifically a nod to Glenn Close by both the National Foreign Press Association and Screen Actors Guild for her role in the much-panned Hillbilly Elegy as well as nominations both for Best Actress and Best TV Comedy for the frivolous Emily in Paris.
See also: 2021 SAG Awards: The Complete Nominations List (Variety)