NBC has announced that it will not air the Golden Globes in 2022 amid increasing pressure on the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, HFPA, from studios, stars and large sectors of the film industry. The move calls into question the viability of one of Hollywood’s oldest and most watched awards. In a statement, the network said it believes the HFPA is committed to reform. The proof is that he faces possible boycotts from Netflix, Warner Bros. and many actors. However, a change of this magnitude takes time and work, and we strongly believe that the HFPA needs time to get it right, ”the network said. “As such, NBC will not be airing the 2022 Golden Globes. Assuming the organization executes its plan, we hope we will be able to air the show in January 2023.” The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, long mocked even at the hosts of its own awards, has come under fire after an investigative article published in February by the Los Angeles Times. In it, he recounts the organization’s questionable diversity record, including the current absence of black journalists among its 87 voting members. NBC expects changes to return to air the Golden Globes. The press association is committed to in-depth reform of its organization. Last week it approved a plan to diversify its membership, among other things. But that hasn’t stopped several production studios from threatening to pull out of the Globes. Last week, Netflix and Amazon Studios said they would cut ties with the association if the association did not quickly pass more drastic reforms. We do not believe that these proposed new policies, particularly with respect to the size and rate of membership growth, address the systemic challenges of diversity and inclusion of the HFPA, or the lack of clear standards for how its members should work, ”wrote Netflix co-CEO Ted. Sarandos in a letter to the group. In another letter, WarnerMedia said it will stop hosting screenings and other events for the HFPA until it makes more substantial changes. For too long, requests for benefits, special favors and unprofessional requests have been made of our teams and others in the industry, ”WarnerMedia executives said in their letter. “We’re sorry that as an industry we’ve complained, but we’ve largely tolerated this behavior so far.” Protests against the Hollywood Foreign Press Association have gathered momentum in the past six weeks. The film industry, where racial and gender inequalities have not been controlled for a long time, has become intolerant of the forms of the group, made up mostly of little-known journalists who profit considerably from the annual show. Hollywood has increasingly abandoned the HFPA. A group of 100 entertainment advertising companies have also said they will urge their customers to ignore HFPA functions. This year’s Golden Globe winner Mark Ruffalo said he could no longer be proud or happy to have received the award. “Scarlett Johansson said HFPA press conferences meant for her to face sexist questions and comments from some HFPA members who bordered on sexual harassment.” Are the Golden Globes in danger? On Monday, Deadline Hollywood reported that Tom Cruise had returned his three Globes to HFPA headquarters. (A Cruise publicist did not immediately respond to a request for comment.) The Hollywood Foreign Press Association did not immediately comment on NBC’s announcement on Monday. Last week, he ratified plans to add at least 20 new members this year “with particular emphasis on recruiting black members” and with the goal of increasing membership by 50% in the 18 next months. For some, this schedule is not aggressive enough. In the coming months, several films potentially competing for awards will premiere at film festivals and other venues. Tina Tchen, President and CEO of Time’s Up, called HFPA’s promises “trivial to decorate shop windows.” These measures ensure that the current members of the HFPA will remain in the majority and that the next Golden Globes will be decided with the same fundamental problems that have been around for years, ”Tchen said. The Globes, produced by Dick Clark Productions, have seen their ratings decline in recent years, but are still among the most watched awards, typically third after the Oscars and Grammys. The 78th edition of the Golden Globes, on February 28, attracted 6.9 million viewers, 63% less than in 2020, seen by 18.4 million. Golden Globes 2021: these are the winners Developed by La Noticia with information from AP.
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