How long will the Golden Globes last? Here's what to know
We want to make sure you're covered for Sunday night's 74th annual Golden Globe awards. Hopefully, you've got all of the nominations and predictions well studied and you're going to spend the weekend catching up on the movies you still haven't seen.
But how long will the show be this year? If everything stays on schedule, it should last about three hours — four if you include the Red Carpet. Red carpet coverage for the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards airs this Sunday, Jan. 8, on NBC starting at 7 p.m. Eastern. The main event begins one hour later, at 8 p.m., with an end time set for 11 p.m., though it could run a bit over.
Over the course of the show, host Jimmy Fallon will likely play a few games with the celebrities in the audience — and who knows, maybe he'll perform a lip-sync battle with Emma Stone.
The Golden Globes airs Sunday at 8 p.m. Eastern on NBC.
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