CBS, Golden Globes Set Nominations, Ceremony Dates for 2025 (Exclusive)

CBS and the Golden Globes have set Jan. 5 as the date for the 82nd annual ceremony.

The show will air live coast to coast from 8-11 p.m. ET/5-8 p.m. PT on CBS and stream on Paramount+ in the U.S. (live and on-demand for Paramount+ with Showtime subscribers, or on-demand for Paramount+ Essential subscribers the day after the special airs).

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Organizers also have set the full timetable for the 2025 awards, with the nominations announcement taking place Dec. 9.

See the list of key dates below.

Thursday, Aug. 1, 2024
Submission website opens for 2025 Golden Globe motion picture and television entries.

Monday, Nov. 4, 2024
The deadline for motion picture and television submissions is Monday, Nov. 4, 2024. Entries for the official Golden Globe Award submissions must be completed online. The website will open Aug. 1.

Monday, Nov. 18, 2024
Deadline for television nomination ballots to be sent to all voters.

Sunday, Nov. 24, 2024
Final screening date for television.

Monday, Nov. 25, 2024
Deadline for receipt of television nomination ballots by 5 p.m. PT.

Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2024
Deadline for motion picture nomination ballots to be sent to all voters.

Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2024
Final screening date for motion pictures and cinematic and box office achievement.

Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2024
Deadline for the receipt of motion picture nomination ballots 5 p.m. PT.

Monday, Dec. 9, 2024 
Announcement of nominations for the 82nd annual Golden Globe Awards at 5 a.m. PT.

Friday, Dec. 13, 2024
Final ballots sent to all voters.

Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2025
Deadline for the receipt of final ballots by 5 p.m. PT.

Sunday, Jan. 5, 2025 
Presentation of the 82nd annual Golden Globe Awards at 5 p.m. PT.

The Golden Globes honor talent across both film and TV categories. (For the complete awards timetable, click here.)

The news comes on the heels of a new five-year broadcast deal between CBS and the Globes. The 2024 edition, which took place Jan. 7, saw Poor Things, Succession, Oppenheimer, The Bear and Beef among the night’s big winners. That show, which aired on CBS after switching from its longtime home on NBC, averaged nearly 10 million viewers, up 50 percent from its final NBC outing.

The Globes are produced and owned by Dick Clark Productions, which is owned by Penske Media Eldridge, a joint venture between Penske Media Corporation and Eldridge that also owns The Hollywood Reporter.

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