Key dates for the run-up to the annual Golden Globes ceremony were unveiled on Monday by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association — although TV rights are still being sorted out.
Nominations for the honors will be unveiled on Dec. 6 of this year, with the live ceremony being televised a month later on Jan. 6, 2019, the organization said.
For the past 25 years, since 1993, the Globes have aired on NBC. In April of this year, the network’s renegotiation window closed without a deal extension.
Negotiations for TV rights have been on and off this year, but a return to NBC is now expected. However, no network was attached as the HFPA unveiled the timetable for the 2019 honors.
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