HFPA Divides Golden Globes Categories for Supporting Actor and Actress

Separating the categories for television shows, limited series and movies made for television.

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The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) has announced that it is introducing new Golden Globes categories for supporting actor and supporting actress.

The divided categories will replace the previous brackets and will include Best supporting actor in a television series (musical/comedy or drama), Best supporting actress in a television series (musical/comedy or drama), Best supporting actor in a limited or anthology series or motion picture made for television and Best supporting actress in a limited or anthology series or motion picture made for television. As Variety notes, this will allow the likes of actors and actresses from television series like Abbott Elementary and The Crown to be separated from limited/miniseries such as Pam & Tommy and The Dropout.

In addition, the HFPA Board of Directors confirmed that it will continue the 2021 rule wherein a film or series is required to be screened or submitted by the studios. The titles will be automatically eligible as long as it was released in 2022.

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