Cable Networks Rule Golden Globes 2016


Cable TV programs and individual actors were the big recipients of this year’s Golden Globe nominations. They also had a strong showing at last night’s awards, hosted by Ricky Gervais.

USA Network led the way with new series “Mr. Robot,” which won the Golden Globe for Best Drama and Best Actor. Stars from AMC and FX programs were also awarded in top drama and comedy categories.

Premium networks had a strong night, as well. HBO took home Best Actor in a Miniseries for “Show Me a Hero,” and Showtime’s “The Affair” won Best Actress.

USA Today has a complete list of winners.

Coming Tomorrow on VOD: Award-Winning ‘Argo’

Beginning tomorrow, award-winning historical thriller ‘Argo’ will be available through Suddenlink Video on Demand (VOD), 28 days before Netflix and Redbox.

The critically acclaimed film is nominated for seven Academy Awards, including best picture, best supporting actor, and best adapted screenplay. It has already won the American Film Institute’s Movie of the Year honor, Golden Globes for best picture and best director, and top honors from the Screen Actors Guild and the Directors Guild of America.