See the full list of winners, including Succession, Hacks, Power of the Dog, and West Side Story, handed out at a ceremony that included little fanfare beyond the Hollywood Foreign Press Association promoting its diversity and philanthropic initiatives.

Free from its ceremony's typically boozy fanfare, celebrity spectacle, and prime platform atop a network TV broadcast, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association handed out its annual batch of Golden Globes at a muted presentation one year after the organization was rocked by scandal.

The scaled-down event took place Sunday evening inside Los Angeles' Beverly Hilton hotel, where various HFPA focused on announcing winners in film and TV categories in addition to highlighting the group's philanthropy initiatives. Despite the subdued tone of the event, the Best Drama series champion Succession scored the most wins of any TV show this year, with stars Jeremy Strong and Sarah Snook picking up acting awards atop the show's individual win, while Hacks performer Jean Smart took Best Actress for HBO Max's freshman comedy series (which also won the HFPA's top award for comedy projects).

Among the TV acting winners, Mj Rodriguez made history as the first trans woman to win Best Actress in a Drama for her work on season 3 of FX's Pose.

Steven Spielberg's West Side Story and Jane Campion's The Power of the Dog were the standout champions on the movies side, with the former winning Best Picture (Musical or Comedy), Best Supporting Actress (Ariana DeBose), and Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical (Rachel Zegler), and the latter scoring Best Picture (Drama), Best Supporting Actor (Kodi Smit-McPhee), and Best Director for Campion's work.

Kieran Culkin, Sarah Snook, and Matthew Macfadyen on 'Succession' season 3
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Though it was previously announced that no stars would attend the ceremony, Jamie Lee Curtis made a surprise video appearance to "share a message on the importance of the HFPA's philanthropic efforts year round," per an HFPA tweet.

Later, Arnold Schwarzenegger also appeared virtually to reflect on winning the New Star of the Year award at the 1977 ceremony, which helped solidify his place in Hollywood.

Long seen as a key precursor in the run-up to the Oscars, the Globes fell from their pedestal just before the 2021 ceremony, after the Los Angeles Times ran a story highlighting long-speculated issues within the group. The piece revealed the HPFA had no Black members among the group's 87 voters, all of whom were U.S.-based journalists working for international publications at the time. After multiple celebrities spoke out against the HFPA (with some, like Tom Cruise, even returning their Globe statues in protest), a group of 100 publicity firms banded together to demand "profound and lasting change" from the HFPA, and NBC ultimately nixed the 2022 Golden Globes broadcast from its schedule.

Though the HFPA has announced measures to correct course following the controversy — including welcoming 21 new, diverse members to its voting ranks, overhauling its bylaws, and partnering with the NAACP on new inclusion initiatives — many in the industry have doubts about it regaining its former glory on the awards trail.

"Any nomination from that organization this year is tainted," a prominent publicity head (who wished to remain anonymous) previously told EW, while another longtime campaign mastermind added, "You focus on laurels that give pedigree and bring attention in a positive way. Given the conversation right now, [the Globes don't] feel positive. [They don't] feel like forward momentum."

Unveiling Of The New 2009 Golden Globe Statuettes
The 2022 Golden Globes winners were presented with little fanfare.
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Still, this year's list of nominees, which Snoop Dogg announced in December, encompasses most of the usual suspects that have built up a significant profile so far in the hunt for Oscars attention, like Kristen Stewart's leading performance as Lady Diana in Spencer, Kenneth Branagh's semi-autobiographical drama Belfast, Spielberg's ambitious adaptation of West Side Story (and its critically lauded cast), and the aforementioned Power of the Dog, Campion's first feature film in 12 years.

See the full list of 2022 Golden Globes winners below.

Best Motion Picture – Drama

King Richard
WINNER: The Power of the Dog

Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

Don't Look Up
Licorice Pizza
Tick, Tick... Boom!
WINNER: West Side Story

Best Motion Picture – Non-English Language

Compartment No. 6 (Finland, Russia, Germany)
WINNER: Drive My Car (Japan)
The Hand of God (Italy)
A Hero (France, Iran)
Parallel Mothers (Spain)

Best Director – Motion Picture

Kenneth Branagh, Belfast
WINNER: Jane Campion, The Power of the Dog
Maggie Gyllenhaal, The Lost Daughter
Steven Spielberg, West Side Story
Denis Villeneuve, Dune

Best Screenplay – Motion Picture

Aaron Sorkin, Being the Ricardos
WINNER: Kenneth Branagh, Belfast
Adam McKay, Don't Look Up
Paul Thomas Anderson, Licorice Pizza
Jane Campion, The Power of the Dog

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama

Jessica Chastain, The Eyes of Tammy Faye
Olivia Colman, The Lost Daughter
WINNER: Nicole Kidman, Being the Ricardos
Lady Gaga, House of Gucci
Kristen Stewart, Spencer

Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama

Mahershala Ali, Swan Song
Javier Bardem, Being the Ricardos
Benedict Cumberbatch, The Power of the Dog
WINNER: Will Smith, King Richard
Denzel Washington, The Tragedy of Macbeth

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

Marion Cotillard, Annette
Alana Haim, Licorice Pizza
Jennifer Lawrence, Don't Look Up
Emma Stone, Cruella
WINNER: Rachel Zegler, West Side Story

Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

Leonardo DiCaprio, Don't Look Up
Peter Dinklage, Cyrano
WINNER: Andrew Garfield, Tick, Tick... Boom!
Cooper Hoffman, Licorice Pizza
Anthony Ramos, In the Heights

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture

Caitríona Balfe, Belfast
WINNER: Ariana DeBose, West Side Story
Kirsten Dunst, The Power of the Dog
Aunjanue Ellis, King Richard
Ruth Negga, Passing

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture

Ben Affleck, The Tender Bar
Jamie Dornan, Belfast
Ciarán Hinds, Belfast
Troy Kotsur, CODA
WINNER: Kodi Smit-McPhee, The Power of the Dog

Best Motion Picture – Animated

WINNER: Encanto
My Sunny Maad
Raya and the Last Dragon

Best Original Score – Motion Picture

WINNER: Hans Zimmer, Dune
Germanie Franco, Encanto
Alexandre Desplat, The French Dispatch
Alberto Iglesias, Parallel Mothers
Jonny Greenwood, The Power of the Dog

Best Original Song – Motion Picture

Van Morrison for "Down to Joy" from Belfast
Lin-Manuel Miranda for "Dos Oruguitas" from Encanto
Beyoncé and Dixson for "Be Alive" from King Richard
WINNER: Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell for "No Time to Die" from No Time to Die
Jamie Hartman, Jennifer Hudson, and Carole King for "Here I Am (Singing My Way Home)" from Respect

Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy

The Great
Only Murders in the Building
Reservation Dogs
Ted Lasso

Best Television Series – Drama

The Morning Show
Squid Game
WINNER: Succession

Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama

Brian Cox, Succession
Lee Jung-jae, Squid Game
Billy Porter, Pose
WINNER: Jeremy Strong, Succession
Omar Sy, Lupin

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama

Uzo Aduba, In Treatment
Jennifer Aniston, The Morning Show
Christine Baranski, The Good Fight
Elisabeth Moss, The Handmaid's Tale
WINNER: Mj Rodriguez, Pose

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy

Hannah Einbinder, Hacks
Elle Fanning, The Great
Issa Rae, Insecure
Tracee Ellis Ross, Black-ish
WINNER: Jean Smart, Hacks

Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy

Anthony Anderson, Black-ish
Nicholas Hoult, The Great
Steve Martin, Only Murders in the Building
Martin Short, Only Murders in the Building
WINNER: Jason Sudeikis, Ted Lasso

Best Television Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

Mare of Easttown
WINNER: The Underground Railroad

Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

Paul Bettany, WandaVision
Oscar Isaac, Scenes From a Marriage
WINNER: Michael Keaton, Dopesick
Ewan McGregor, Halston
Tahar Rahmi, The Serpent

Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

Jessica Chastain, Scenes From a Marriage
Cynthia Erivo, Genius
Elizabeth Olsen, WandaVision
Margaret Qualley, Maid
WINNER: Kate Winslet, Mare of Easttown

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television

Jennifer Coolidge, The White Lotus
Kaitlyn Dever, Dopesick
Andie MacDowell, Maid
WINNER: Sarah Snook, Succession
Hannah Waddingham, Ted Lasso

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television

Billy Crudup, The Morning Show
Kieran Culkin, Succession
Mark Duplass, The Morning Show
Brett Goldstein, Ted Lasso
WINNER: O Yeong-su, Squid Game

Check out more from EW's The Awardist, featuring Oscars analysis, exclusive interviews, and our podcast diving into all the highlights from the year's movies and performances.

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