2017 Golden Globes

Host Jimmy Fallon, during the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards. (Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC)

'La La Land' breaks record for most wins at the 74th Golden Globes Awards

The 2017 Golden Globes concluded with "La La Land" breaking the record for most wins at the awards, earning the top prize in seven categories, including best motion picture, comedy or musical. "Moonlight" was named the drama film of the year. Meanwhile, "The Night Manager," "Atlanta," "The Crown" and "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" all won multiple trophies in the TV categories. The Golden Globes were held January 8, 2017, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Damien Chazelle  Winner

“Elle”  Winner

Justin Hurwitz  Winner

City Of Stars Winner
Music: Justin Hurwitz; Lyrics:

Riz Ahmed and John Turturro in 'The Night Of.' (Craig Blankenhorn / HBO)

Tom Hiddleston  Winner

Casey Affleck  Winner

Ryan Gosling  Winner

Sterling K. Brown of 'This Is Us' talks about the last show he binge-watched, the actor he sometimes gets mistaken for and more.

Hugh Laurie  Winner

Liev Schreiber is shown in Venice, Calif., on July 28. (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)

Anthony Anderson of “black-ish” reveals his favorite shows and which old sitcoms he wishes he’d been on, and belts out show theme songs.

Donald Glover  Winner
Sarah Paulson  Winner

Isabelle Huppert  Winner

Emma Stone stars as Billie Jean King and Steve Carell plays Bobby Riggs in "Battle of the Sexes" (20th Century Fox)

Emma Stone  Winner

Viola Davis. (Liz O. Baylen / Los Angeles Times)

Viola Davis  Winner

Actress-singer Mandy Moore stars in the NBC's breakout freshman drama "This Is Us." (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)

Olivia Colman  Winner

Claire Foy earned an Emmy nomination for playing Queen Elizabeth in "The Crown." (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)

Claire Foy  Winner

Damien Chazelle  Winner

The Night Of' trailer

Jared Harris and Matt Smith in a clip from the Netflix series "The Crown."

Jenifer Lewis and Anthony Anderson in a scene from "black-ish." (Kelsey McNeal / ABC)

“black-ish”  Winner