Where to watch the 2022 Golden Globes winning series and films (and catch up for the Oscars)

Find out if they are available on Netflix, HBO Max, Disney + or any other streaming platform.

The Academy of Foreign Press in Hollywood has paid tribute, once again, to the best films and series of the last year. It has done so at the 79th edition of the Golden Globes, in a most sober ceremony that has not been televised and that has not had a live audience or its classic star-studded red carpet. In a sober gala like none in its history, the association has limited itself to announcing the winners after the scandals and criticism it was subjected to in the spring of last year, both due to its lack of representation and due to various ethical conflicts between its members.

However, leaving aside the part that looks the least of everything that surrounds the awards, last night’s ceremony featured a list of award-winning series and films, as well as actresses, actors and other key figures in the entertainment industry. All of them deserve your applause, as well as the nominees whose work has not finally been awarded, but has been recognized.

Golden Globes 2022: Complete list of winners in series

In the television categories, Succession’s victory stands out as the great winner of the night, with four awards, including the one that recognizes it as Best Drama Series, the most important award. Similarly, in comedy he has highlighted Hacks, the HBO comedy Max. It has also been awarded The Underground Railroad, which has won Mare of Easttown as the Best Miniseries. Among the award-winning actors: MJ Rodriguez, the first trans actress to receive the award for Best Actress in a Drama Series, Jeremy Strong, Jean Smart, Jason Sudeikis, Kate Winslet and Michael Keaton.

Golden Globes 2022: Complete list of winners in cinema

In the cinema categories the big winner has been the film The power of the dogBest Drama Film, Award-Winning Director Jane Campion, while Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story has dominated in the comedy / musical categories. Nicole Kidman, Will Smith, Rachel Zegler, Andrew Garfield, Ariana DeBose and Kodi Smit-McPhee have taken the awards in the interpretive categories.

Whether these or other films will star in the 2022 Oscar Awards gala remains to be seen, but you can catch up on all of them quickly and, in most cases, without even leaving your home.

Take note below of where you can see the series and films that have won the Golden Globes 2022.

-FILMS-

THE POWER OF THE DOG

Awards: Best Drama Movie, Best Director (Jane Campion) and Best Supporting Actor (Kodi Smit-McPhee).

Where to see it: Netflix

WEST SIDE STORY

Awards: Best Movie, Musical or Comedy, Best Supporting Actress (Ariana DeBose) and Best Actress, Musical or Comedy (Rachel Zegler).

Where to see it: In theaters.

BEING THE RICARDOS

Awards: Best Actress in a Drama (Nicole Kidman).

Where to see it: Amazon Prime Video

THE WILLIAMS METHOD

Awards: Mejor actor de drama (Will Smith).

Where to see it: Theatrical release on January 21, 2022.

TICK, TICK… BOOM!

Awards: Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy (Andrew Garfield)

Where to see it: Netflix

CHARM

Awards: Best animated film.

Where to see it: Disney+

BELFAST

Awards: Best screenplay.

Where to see it: It opens in theaters on January 28, 2022.

DRIVE MY CAR

Awards: Best Foreign Language Film.

Where to see it: It is not currently in theaters or platforms.

DUNE

Awards: Best soundtrack.

Where to see it: It is available for rent on Movistar + and on Apple TV +.

NO TIME TO DIE

Awards: Best original song.

Where to see it: There are no platforms yet. It is still available in some rooms in different parts of Spain, but very few.

-SERIES-

SUCESSION

Awards: Best Drama Series, Best Actor in a Drama Series (Jeremy Strong) and Best Supporting Actress (Sarah Snook).

Where to see it: HBO MAX

HACKS

Awards: Best Comedy Series and Best Comedy Actress (Jean Smart).

Where to see it: HBO MAX

THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD

Awards: Best miniseries.

Where to see it: Amazon Prime Video

POSE

Awards: Best Actress in a Drama Series (MJ Rodriguez).

Where to see it: HBO MAX (Three seasons) and Netflix (two seasons).

TED LASSO

Awards: Best Actor in a Comedy (Jason Sudeikis).

Where to see it: Apple TV+

MARE OF EASTTOWN

Awards: Best Actress – Miniseries or TV Movie (Kate Winslet).

Where to see it: HBO MAX

THE SQUID GAME

Awards: Best Supporting Actor (Yeong-Su Oh).

Where to see it: Netflix

DOPESICK: HISTORY OF AN ADDICTION

Awards: Best Actor in a Drama Series (Michael Keaton).

Where to see it: Disney+