Golden Globes: Will “Reservation Dogs” be a winner? | Television



In September, Harjo and the show’s main cast were invited to be part of the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards. D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai, Devery Jacobs, Paulina Alexis and Lane Factor appeared on stage with Harjo as presenters. They spoke about proudly representing the indigenous people who work in Hollywood and the importance for everyone of having a voice.

“Reservation Dogs” premiered in August, a month after the nominees were announced for the 73rd Emmy Awards. Will “Reservation Dogs” get Emmy love in 2022? Stay tuned.

Meanwhile, the show collects other accolades. “Reservation Dogs” was a winner in the Breakthrough Series category at the 2021 Gotham Awards, presented annually to independent film directors. The Spirit Awards, which honor independent companies, named “Reservation Dogs” as Best New Scripted Series and announced that the cast of Rez Dogs will be honored for Best Overall Cast in a New Scripted Series. The show won a Critics Choice Award nomination for Best Comedy Series.

Now is the chance to get a Golden Globe Award.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has been presenting Golden Globe Awards since 1944. The HFPA is moving forward with the selection of winners in 2022 despite a turbulent 2021.

Following investigative reports from the Los Angeles Times, the organization has come under fire for its internal practices, questionable ethics, and lack of diversity, especially the lack of black members. Many celebrities have announced plans to boycott the Golden Globes and, ouch, longtime broadcast partner NBC announced on May 10 that the network would not be broadcasting the awards show. A statement from NBC said: “We continue to believe that the HFPA is engaged in meaningful reform. However, a change of this magnitude takes time and work, and we are convinced that the HFPA needs time to get it right. As such, NBC will not be showing the 2022 Golden Globes. ”


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