NBC won't be broadcasting the Golden Globe Awards next year as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association continues to be controversial. On Monday, NBCUniversal released a statement stating that "the HFPA is committed to meaningful reform". However, changing this magnitude will take time and effort, and we strongly believe that it takes time for the HFPA to get it right. Even so, NBC is not writing all of the shows yet. "Assuming the organization goes ahead with its plan, we are confident that we can air the show in January 2023," the statement added.
Before this year's ceremony, the Los Angeles times In a two-part synopsis, it was revealed that the HFPA has no black members and is "charged with ethical errors". Shortly thereafter, the HFPA issued a statement in response: "We understand that we need to involve black members as well as members from other underrepresented backgrounds, and we will work immediately to implement a plan of action to achieve these goals as soon as possible." as possible. "The HFPA also pledged 13 percent black membership in the Golden Globes for the next year.
Several stars, including Ava DuVernay, Ellen Pompeo, and Jane Fonda, have publicly proclaimed the HFPA, while Tom Cruise has since returned his three Golden Globe statues.