Mega-producer Ryan Murphy earned a Golden Globe nomination this week for his Netflix hit “Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story,” which is up for best TV limited series, anthology series or TV movie, among other nominations. . But now he’s guaranteed to take home at least one statue at the next Globes ceremony, no matter what: Murphy has been selected to receive kudocast’s fourth Carol Burnett Award.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association was set to announce Murphy’s Carol Burnett award on Thursday morning. The news suggests that Murphy will be present in the 80sthe Annual Golden Globe Awards on Tuesday, January 10, 2023 to accept the honor.
The Carol Burnett Award launched in 2019 as the television equivalent of the HFPA’s long-running Cecil B. DeMille Award, which has honored talent from the film world since 1952. Burnett received the top award, followed by Ellen DeGeneres in 2020 and the iconic TV producer Norman Lear in 2021.
Last year, no recipient was named as the Globes were boycotted by talent, media and creatives, and did not air on NBC, amid diversity concerns at the HFPA (which had no members at the time). blacks) and other accountability issues.
The HFPA announced Wednesday that Eddie Murphy would receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award next month. (Making it, rather unusually, Murphy’s year at the Golden Globes.)
Casting Ryan Murphy comes as the producer is building on the success of “Dahmer – Monster” in addition to his other recent Netflix series, “The Watcher.” Murphy also continues to oversee a television empire that includes the “American Horror Story,” “American Crime Story,” “Feud” and “American Horror Stories” franchises, all for FX, as well as “9-1-1” and spin-offs. . “9-1-1: Lone Star” on Fox. Netflix recently renewed “The Watcher” for a second season and the anthology series “Monster” for two more seasons.
“Ryan Murphy not only continues to captivate audiences with his work on some of the most exciting and exciting series of the century, but he also continues to inspire everyone with his off-screen work,” said HFPA President Helen Hoehne. “His work and his storytelling skills across different film and television genres have led him to highly acclaimed achievements and awards.”
According to the HFPA, the Carol Burnett Award is given to an honoree “based on their work and the lasting impact their television career accomplishments have had on both the industry and audiences.”
Murphy has won five Globes, including a win for best drama for “Nip/Tuck” in 2005, wins for best comedy/music series for “Glee” in 2010 and 2011, and limited series/anthology/film wins for television in 2017 for “The People v. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story” and 2019 for “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story”. His 16 total nominations also include additional nominations for “Nip/Tuck” (2004) and “Glee” (2012), as well as nominations for Season 1 of “American Horror Story” (2012); “American Horror Story: Asylum” (2014); “American Horror Story: Hotel” (2016); Fight: Bette and Joan (2018); “The normal heart” (2015); Ratched (2021); “Pose” (both in 2019 and 2022); and now, “Dahmer – Monster”.
Murphy’s credits also include “Popular,” “Scream Queens”, “Halston” and “Ratched”.
“The People vs. OJ Simpson” won 10 Emmy Awards in 2016, including Outstanding Limited Series; The follow-up to “American Crime Story,” “The Assassination of Gianni Versace,” won seven Emmy Awards in 2018, including a limited series as well. “Pose” made history with its transgender series regular cast, the largest in television history and the largest LGBTQ cast for a scripted series.
Murphy’s credits also include the Tony Award-winning Broadway play “The Boys in the Band,” which he adapted into a 2020 Netflix film. His HBO film “The Normal Heart” received the Emmy for Outstanding Made-for-TV Movie , and also wrote and directed the films “Running with Scissors” and “Eat, Pray, Love”. He most recently directed the Broadway film adaptation of “The Prom,” which received two Golden Globe nominations, including best motion picture – musical or comedy.
Among other awards, he received two Grammy Award nominations, a BAFTA Award (for “The People vs. OJ Simpson”), and won four Producers Guild of America Awards.
The Golden Globes are produced by Dick Clark Prods. and Jesse Collins Entertainment in association with the HFPA. Jerrod Carmichael will host this year’s ceremony, which will air live on NBC and Peacock at 5 pm PT.