"The Revenant" led the movie category with wins for best drama, best actor and best director, while "Mr. Robot" fared well in the TV division.
"Carol," “The Big Short,” “The Revenant” and “Steve Jobs” led the movie field, while series like “Fargo,” “Mr. Robot" and “Outlander” dominated the TV category.
In the television categories, The Affair, Transparent and Fargo led the pack with two trophies each.
The dark comedies lead a list that also includes a nod for Game of Thrones and Disney's Big Hero 6.
American Hustle and Dallas Buyers Club led the motion picture categories at the 71st Golden Globe Awards, while Breaking Bad, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Behind the Candelabra split up much of the TV division.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association unveils the list of nominees for the 71st annual Golden Globes, with American Hustle and 12 Years a Slave earning seven nods each.
Although Les Misérables and Showtime's Homeland led the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards with three wins each, the night belonged to Argo director Ben Affleck and hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
During a recent conference call to promote NBC's Parks and Recreation, Amy Poehler said she and fellow Golden Globes host Tina Fey haven't started planning for the gig.
Sunday night's 69th annual Golden Globe Awards were topped by The Artist, The Descendants, Homeland and Modern Family, with The Adventures of Tintin honored as best animated film.