2019 Golden Globes

Christian Bale in "Vice" and Penelope Cruz in "The Assassination of Gianni Versace." (Annapurna Pictures / FX)

See the complete list of 2019 Golden Globe nominations including nods for ‘Vice,’ ‘Versace,’ ‘Pose’

The nominations for the 76th Golden Globes were unveiled on Thursday, Dec. 6, in Los Angeles, with Terry Crews, Danai Gurira, Leslie Mann and Christian Slater sharing announcement duties.

On the film side, the biopic "Vice" was the leader with six nominations, including best motion picture comedy or musical. On the TV side, "The Assassination of Gianni Versace" came out on top.

The Golden Globe Awards are scheduled to air live on NBC at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 6. Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg will host the ceremony at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. 

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Alfonso Cuarón and first-time actress Yalitza Aparicio on the set of "Roma." (Carlos Somonte / Netflix)

A scene from the animated Japanese film "Mirai." (GKids)

Kenneth Turan reviews "A Star Is Born," a romantic musical starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. Clip contains strong language.

Tom Schilling as Kurt Barnert in a scene from "Never Look Away." (Caleb Deschanel/ Sony Pictures Classics)

“The Favourite” is a wickedly entertaining and superbly acted costume drama set in England during the 18th century with Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone.

Music: Annie Lennox; Lyrics: Annie Lennox

Rami Malek talks about portraying Freddie Mercury in "Bohemian Rhapsody" at CinemaCon this week. (Ethan Miller / Getty Images for CinemaCon)

Kieran Culkin stars as Roman Roy in the HBO series "Succession." (Jennifer S. Altman / For The Times)

Actor Richard Madden, photographed Oct. 16 in London. (Micha Theiner / For The Times)

Acting heavyweights Alan Arkin and Michael Douglas, who star in the new Netflix senior-buddy comedy "The Kominsky Method." (Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times)

Academy Award-nominated Amy Adams is photographed during a day of press for her new HBO limited series, "Sharp Objects," based on Gillian Flynn's novel of the same name, at Four Seasons hotel in Los Angeles. (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)

Rosamund Pike wanted to play war correspondent Marie Colvin as soon as she learned of the project. And she made sure director Matt Heineman knew that. "I had passion and conviction and I wanted him to hear it,” Pike says. (Micha Theiner / For The Times)

"No one can out-Julie Andrews Julie Andrews," says Emily Blunt, who stars in "Mary Poppins Returns," the sequel to the 1964 Andrews film about the magical nanny. "This is about presenting my version." (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)

Actress Caitriona Balfe talks about playing a timeless woman who’s traveling through inhospitable times.

The cast of "Will & Grace" -- Eric McCormack, left, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally, and Sean Hayes -- share a laugh in the audience bleachers on the set of the revival at the NBCUniversal lot. (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times)

Richard Madden plays a police agent charged with protecting politician Keeley Hawes in the new Netflix series "Bodyguard." (World Productions/Netflix)