It was a golden night for Matthew McConaughey, “American Hustle,” and, after a painfully long wait, “12 Years a Slave.”
The winners have accepted their trophies at the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. Here is the complete list of winners
Best Picture, Drama, Motion Picture: “12 Years a Slave”
This was the only win of the evening for “12 Years a Slave,” which earned seven nominations.
Best Actor, Drama, Motion Picture: Matthew McConaughey, “Dallas Buyers Club”
This is Matthew McConaughey’s first nomination and win.
Best Actress, Drama, Motion Picture: Cate Blanchett, “Blue Jasmine”
This is Cate Blanchett’s third Golden Globe win. She has been nominated eight times.
Best Picture, Musical or Comedy, Motion Picture: “American Hustle”
“American Hustle” won three Golden Globe Awards (of its seven nominations).
Best Actor, Musical or Comedy, Motion Picture: Leonardo DiCaprio, “The Wolf of Wall Street”
His tenth nomination, this is Leonardo DiCaprio’s second Golden Globe win (his first was for 2004’s “The Aviator”).
Best Television Series, Comedy or Musical: “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”
Counting Andy Samberg’s win earlier in the evening, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” won in all categories for which it was nominated this year.
Best Director, Motion Picture: Alfonso Cuarón, “Gravity”
This is Alfonso Cuarón’s first nomination and win.
Cecil B. DeMille Award for Lifetime Achievement: Woody Allen
Diane Keaton accepted the award on Allen’s behalf. (He typically doesn’t appear at awards shows.)
Best Actress, Television Comedy or Musical: Amy Poehler, “Parks and Recreation”
Nominated three times, this is Amy Poehler’s first Golden Globe win.
Best Animated Feature Film: “Frozen”
Nominated for two Golden Globe Awards, this is the only win of the night for Disney’s “Frozen.”
Best Actor, Television Movie or Mini-Series: Michael Douglas, “Behind the Candelabra”
This is Michael Douglas’s fourth win and eleventh nomination. He also won a Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement in 2004.
Foreign Language Film: “The Great Beauty”
An Italian film, “The Great Beauty” was directed by Paolo Sorrentino.
Best Actor, Television Comedy or Musical: Andy Samberg, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”
This is Andy Samberg’s first nomination and win.
Best Screenplay, Motion Picture: Spike Jonze, “Her”
This is Spike Jonze’s first Golden Globe win and his second nomination.
Best Supporting Actor, Motion Picture: Jared Leto, “Dallas Buyers Club”
This marks Jared Leto’s first nomination and win.
Best Actress, Television Drama: Robin Wright, “House of Cards”
This is Robin Wright’s second nomination and first Globes win.
Best Actress, Musical or Comedy, Motion Picture: Amy Adams, “American Hustle”
Nominated five times, this is Amy Adams’s first win.
Best Supporting Actor, Television Movie or Mini-Series: Jon Voight, “Ray Donovan”
This is Jon Voight’s fourth Golden Globe. He has been nominated 10 times.
Best Original Song, Motion Picture: “Ordinary Day,” performed by U2 – “Mandela: The Long Walk to Freedom”
This is Bono’s seventh nomination and second Golden Globe win.
Best Original Score, Motion Picture: Alex Ebert, “All Is Lost”
This is Alex Ebert’s first nomination and first win. He is best known as the frontman for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros.
Best Television Series, Drama: “Breaking Bad”
Nominated once before in the category, this is the first win for “Breaking Bad” for Best Television Series, Drama.
Best Actor Television Series, Drama: Bryan Cranston, “Breaking Bad”
This is Bryan Cranston’s first Golden Globe win and his fifth nomination.
Best Actress, Television Movie or Mini-Series: Elisabeth Moss, “Top of the Lake”
This is Elisabeth Moss’s first Globe win. She has been nominated twice.
Best Miniseries or Television Movie: “Behind the Candelabra”
This marks the first win of the night for “Behind the Candelabra.” It was nominated four times.
Best Supporting Actress, Television Movie or Mini-Series: Jacqueline Bisset, “Dancing on the Edge”
Jacqueline Bisset has been nominated for five Golden Globe Awards. This is her first win.
Best Supporting Actress, Motion Picture: Jennifer Lawrence, “American Hustle”
This marks Jennifer Lawrence’s second consecutive Golden Globe win (both for David O. Russell films).