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A Break Down Of The 73rd Annual Golden Globes By The Numbers

Globes by the numbers

The 73rd Annual Golden Globes air this Sunday at 8 pm on CTV and CTV GO and that means we’re in for a night of huge wins, possible upsets, tearful speeches, awkward maneuvering around tables, and a whole lot of inappropriate (and hilarious) jokes from host Ricky Gervais.

With so many amazing films and TV shows nominated this year, we thought we’d break down the big show by the numbers.

16: The number of Presenters announced so far. This includes: Amy Adams, Channing Tatum, Mel Gibson, Jaimie Alexander, Patricia Arquette, Jim Carrey, Jamie Foxx, Amber Heard, Bryce Dallas Howard, Kate Hudson, Helen Mirren, Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne, Kurt Russell, J.K. Simmons, and Olivia Wilde

39: The number of years since Sylvester Stallone’s last Golden Globe nomination. It came in 1977 for Rocky. Stallone is nominated this year for the latest Rocky sequel, Creed.


26: The number of first time actor nominees, including Amy Schumer, Aziz Ansari, Lady Gaga, Brie Larson, Melissa McCarthy, and Taraji P. Henson.

21.3: The number of hours it would take to watch all 10 Best Film nominees in the Drama and Music and Comedy categories.

40: The number of films nominated.

37: The number of TV series nominated.


25: The total number of categories at the 2016 Golden Globes.

4: The number of years Ricky Gervais will have hosted the Golden Globes after Sunday.

156: The running time in minutes for The Revenant, the longest film nominated for Best Film.

11: The number of times Leonardo DiCaprio has been nominated for a Golden Globe (he’s won two).


24: The number of seasons of television you’d have to watch to be fully caught up on all 10 shows nominated for Best Series in Drama and Music and Comedy.

2.6 million: The number of tweets posted last year about the #GoldenGlobes.

2: The number of actors nominated twice this year. They include Alicia Vikander for Ex-Machina and The Danish Girl and Lily Tomlin for Grandma and Grace and Frankie.

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62: The per cent of actors nominated this year from the US. The rest of the nominees hail from Sweden, Australia and the UK.

14: The number of times Helen Mirren has been nominated for a Golden Globe (she’s won three).

8: The time on Sunday night to tune into CTV and CTV GO to watch Ricky Gervais host the 73rd Annual Golden Globes!