The award is being boycotted because to suspected unethical procedures and a lack of diversity, particularly among black members.
Despite NBC’s recent decision not to air the ceremony, the Golden Globes award presentation in 2022 is expected to take place, according to several reports.
Despite the intensive scrutiny it has received in recent months, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) just stated that the ceremony slated for January 9, 2022 will take place.
Remember that earlier this year, the organization was hit with a barrage of allegations alleging questionable procedures, including ethical wrongdoing and the exclusion of black members. There are no black people on the HFPA’s 87-member board of directors.
Celebrities led online protests after the Los Angeles Times published an article revealing the HFPA’s misbehavior, with Tom Cruise notably returning all three of his Golden Globe awards in solidarity.
A group of 100 public relations businesses joined together to demand that the HFPA change its ways, with streaming giants Netflix and Amazon declaring that they would not do business with the organization until its issues were fixed.
Later, NBC announced that the 2022 ceremony would not be broadcast unless the association resolved its current issues. Meanwhile, the deadline for nominations for the 2022 prizes is November.