The Golden Globes will be broadcast on CBS for the next 5 years

The Golden Globes will be broadcast on CBS for the next five years, it was announced today.

The deal, which begins with the 2025 edition of the ceremony, will see the film and television awards broadcast on CBS and streamed live on Paramount+.

“CBS’ collaboration with the Globes for this year’s broadcast was a big win for both of us and has created strong momentum for the awards shows in 2024,” CBS CEO George Cheeks said in a statement . “The Globes are a one-of-a-kind live event that adds another special and valuable marquee promotional platform to CBS’ annual schedule. I am delighted to expand the partnership with [chairman and CEO of Penske Media and Dick Clark Productions] Jay [Penske] and to the entire team to continue to move the Globes forward.

Globes President Helen Hoehne added: “Today marks an important milestone for the Globes as we solidify our partnership with CBS and Paramount+ for the next five years. We are incredibly proud of the audience we have assembled in 2024 and look forward to building on this immense success to make the 82nd Annual Golden Globe Awards the best and most memorable show yet.

The 2024 Golden Globes, which took place on January 7, saw Poor Things, Succession, Oppenheimer, The Bear andd Beef among the big winners of the evening.

“We are very proud to continue to call CBS our home for the Golden Globes,” Penske said. “CBS came forward for the Globes in a very difficult time and understood its value, while also having the foresight, imagination and conviction to present this iconic show across its many platforms. We have long admired CBS’ commitment to some of the biggest live cultural events and its partnership to further cement the long-term…

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