The Not So Golden Globes Goes to the Dogs

The Not So Golden Globes went off without any fan fare, or any celebrities this weekend. Coming away from the ceremony Netflix's The Power of the Dog took top spot in the Drama category.

The Benedict Cumberbatch movie released in early November is about charismatic rancher Phil Burbank who inspires fear and awe in those around him. When his brother brings home a new wife and her son, Phil torments them until he finds himself exposed to the possibility of love.

Cumberbatch was nominated for best actor, but lost to Will Smith in Apple's King Richard the story about Venus and Serena Williams father.

Netflix's The Power of the Dog took home two other awards including Best Director -Jane Campion and Best Supporting Actor Kodi Smit-McPhee.

Nicole Kidman's titular role in Being the Ricardo's (Lucille Ball) took the top Actress award in the 79th Golden Globes.

In the Musical or Comedy Category Steven Spielberg's adaptation of West Side Story took home the award for best picture. West Side Story also won two other awards including best Actress (Rachel Zegler) and Best Supporting Actress (Ariana DeBose).

Andrew Garfield won for his performance as Jonathan Larson (Broadways RENT, Tick, Tick... Boom) in Tick, Tick... Boom!.

In the Television field, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) the host of the Golden Globe Awards showered multiple shows with awards.

The HBO Drama Succession took home three awards including Top Drama, Best Actor in a Drama (Jeremy Strong) and Best Supporting Actress (Sarah Snook).

MJ Rodriguez won Best Actress for her role as Blanca Rodriguez-Evangelista in the FX show Pose. Rodriguez is the first transgender person to win in any acting category at the Golden Globes.