From Emmys to Globes: ‘The Bear’ Continues Winning Streak, Sweeps Golden Globe Awards

In a stunning victory, FX’s Hulu Series “The Bear” clinches three awards at the 2024 Golden Globe Awards, solidifying its remarkable success. Ayo Edebiri and Jeremy Allen White shine as they take home lead acting honors, contributing to a triumphant night for the acclaimed show. Notably, “The Bear” had already won four Emmys at the Creative Arts awards on the preceding Saturday, rounding off a spectacular weekend for the series.

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Facing tough competition, “The Bear” emerged victorious, beating out ABC’s “Abbott Elementary,” HBO’s “Barry,” Freevee’s “Jury Duty,” fellow Hulu series “Only Murders in the Building,” and Apple TV+’s “Ted Lasso” for the coveted Golden Globes win.

Following a explosive second season, “The Bear” garnered immense popularity, accumulating over 3.5 billion minutes of viewing time on Hulu within five weeks of its release, as reported by Nielsen. The series received a staggering 13 Emmy nominations for its second season, including a nod for Best Comedy Series.

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During the Golden Globes ceremony, cast member Lionel Boyce accepted the award for Best Comedy, expressing a touch of surprise and humility. Ayo Edebiri, honored with a Golden Globe for Best Female Actor in a Television Series, Musical, or Comedy, delivered a heartfelt acceptance speech, expressing gratitude to her agents’ and managers’ assistants.

In a moment of sincerity, Edebiri thanked those who handle her emails, acknowledging their crucial role with cheers and applause from the audience. Actor Jeremy Allen White also secured a Golden Globe for his role in “The Bear,” expressing love for his colleagues during his acceptance speech.

Noteworthy was Taylor Swift’s presence in the audience, nodding in agreement during Ayo Edebiri’s speech. Swift, nominated for cinematic and box office achievement for her concert film “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,” added to the star-studded evening at the Golden Globes.

While HBO’s “Succession” led the TV nominations with nine nods, “The Bear” and “Only Murders in the Building” closely followed with five each. Ultimately, “The Bear” clinched the additional honor of Best Musical/Comedy Series, further solidifying its status as a standout success at the 2024 Golden Globe Awards.

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