With so many great shows over the year, the best TV drama series competition at the 2021 Golden Globes is stronger than ever. From streaming originals to new series premieres, the best dramatic show nominees have all stunned us with good writing and memorable performances.
After four seasons, Netflix's The Crown continues its reign as an award season favorite, receiving multiple nominations this year. However, HBO's new show, Lovecraft Country, has a good shot at winning best TV drama. Other contenders include Ratched, The Mandalorian, and Ozark.
Make your 2021 Golden Globes predictions by voting up the nominees you think will win, and don't miss the 78th Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, February 28, 2021.
The Netflix original won Best Television Series - Drama, the show's second for the category since its 2017 win.The Crown (Netflix, 2016) is an American-British biographical drama series created by Peter Morgan. A young Queen Elizabeth II's (Claire Foy) political rivalries and romances guide the events that would shape the second half of the twentieth century.... more5417Golden Globe winner?
- Photo: Ozark / NetflixOzark (Netflix, 2017) is an American crime drama series created by Bill Dubuque. Financial planner Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) must suddenly relocate his family (Laura Linney) from Chicago to a summer resort community in Missouri to wash money and pay off his debt to a Mexican (Esai Morales).... more2717Golden Globe winner?
- The Mandalorian (Disney+, 2019) is an American space opera web television series set in the Star Wars universe created by George Lucas. Taking place after the events in Return of the Jedi, but before The Force Awakens, the show follows a lone Mandalorian gunfighter (Pedro Pascal) beyond the reaches of the Republic.... more2017Golden Globe winner?
- Photo: Lovecraft Country / HBOLovecraft Country (HBO, 2020) is a drama horror television series based on the novel by Matt Ruff. Set in 1950s Jim Crow America, Atticus Black (Jonathan Majors), his friend Letitia (Jurnee Smollett-Bell), and his Uncle George (Courtney B. Vance) embark on a road trip where they struggle to overcome racist terrors and terrifying monsters.... more1420Golden Globe winner?