“The Social Network” and “Glee” were the big winners at the Golden Globes Sunday. “The Social Network” won Best Picture Drama, and saw David Fincher take home best Director, Aaron Sorkin take home Best Screenplay, and Trent Reznor win for Best Original Score.
“Glee” also had dominated. Despite a rocky second season, the Jane Lynch won Best Supporting Actress, Chris Colfer took home Best Supporting Actor, and the show won Best Series Comedy.
Natalie Portman and Annette Benning split the film honors for actresses, while Paul Giamatti and Colin firth split the actor award.
“Boardwalk Empire” also came up big; the freshman HBO show won Best Series Drama and Best Actor Drama.
Laura Linney took home the Globe for her new series “The Big C,” with Best Actress in a Television Series Comedy. Jim Parsons won the Best Actor in a Television Comedy for “The Big Bang Theory.”
Katey Sagal was a surprise winner of Best Actress in a Television Series Drama for “Sons of Anarchy.”
Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture: Christian Bale for “The Fighter.”
Katey Sagal wins Best Actress in a Television Drama for “Sons of Anarchy.”
Best Miniseries or Made for Television Film goes to “Carlos.”
Chris Colfer wins Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series Comedy.
Steve Buscemi wins Best Actor in a Television Drama for “Boardwalk Empire.”
“Boardwalk Empire” wins Best Television Drama.
“You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me” from “Burlesque” wins Best Original Song, written by Diane Warren.
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross win Best Original Score for “The Social Network.”
“Toy Story 3” wins Best Animated Feature.
Annette Benning wins Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical.
Al Pacino wins Best Actor in a Miniseries or Made for Television Film for “You Don’t Know Jack.”
Claire Danes wins Best Actress for a miniseries for “Temple Grandin”
“The Social Network” wins Best Screenplay, written by Aaron Sorkin.
Jane Lynch wins Best Supporting Actress in a television series for “Glee.”
In A Better World from Denmark wins Best Foreign Language Film.
Laura Linney wins Best Actress in a Television Comedy for “The Big C.”
Jim Parsons wins Best Actor in a Television Comedy for “The Big Bang Theory.”
Melissa Leo wins Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for “The Fighter.”
Robert Deniro is awarded the Cecil B. Demille Lifetime Achievement Awards, Presented by Matt Damon.
David Fincher wins Best Director for “The Social Network.”
“Glee” wins Best Television Series Comedy.
Paul Giamatti wins Best Actor in a Comedy for Barneys Version.
Natalie Portman wins Best Actress in a Film Drama for “The Black Swan.”
“The Kids Are All Right” wins Best Picture, Comedy or Musical.
Colin Firth wins Best Actor Drama for “The King’s Speech.”
“The Social Network” wins Best Picture Drama.