Broadcaster Magazine

Lionsgate Receives 17 Golden Globe Nominations

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  • Lionsgate  earned 17 Golden Globe nominations, spanning its feature film and television businesses this morning, led by an industry-best seven nominations, including Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, for Damien Chazelle’scritically-acclaimed La La Land.

    Lionsgate’s Hacksaw Ridge received three nominations, including Best Motion Picture – Drama, while the studio also garnered three nods with partner CBS Films for Hell or High Water, including Best Motion Picture – Drama.

    Lionsgate’s television division scored a nomination for its hit series Graves on Epix for Nick Nolte as Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy.

    Additionally, Starz earned three nominations, including Best Television Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for The Dresser, along with acting nods for its hit series Outlander and The Girlfriend Experience.

    “We are incredibly proud of our immensely talented creative family and thank the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for recognizing them with 17 Golden Globe nominations,” said Lionsgate Chief Executive Officer Jon Feltheimer.  “Our achievements this morning are a testament to the hard work, creativity and passion of our Motion Picture and Television Group teams and the television creative team at Starz as well.  The breadth and diversity of our nominations reflects the strength of our brand and the depth of our content pipelines.”

    Lionsgate also noted that sister company Roadside Attractions’ Manchester by the Sea, a partnership with Amazon Studios, earned five Golden Globe nominations not included in the total above.