The holidays are right around the corner, and with it, Hollywood awards season is starting to heat up.
The Gotham Independent Film Awards, the National Board of Review, and the New York Film Critics Circle have already crowned their year's best in film, and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has tapped Seth Meyers to be the host for its 2018 Golden Globes ceremony. This will be the first time Meyers has hosted the Globes (which, for many years, was host-less).
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Big news! The HFPA is proud to announce @sethmeyers will be hosting this year’s #GoldenGlobes Jan 7th at 8PM ET/5PM PT only on @NBC! Thanks, Seth! #Globes75 https://t.co/smnNoYLeMD pic.twitter.com/DbKV9z2ets— Golden Globe Awards (@goldenglobes) November 23, 2017
Since 2014, the same year he hosted the Emmys, Meyers has become a TV staple with his Late Night with Seth Meyers on NBC. His popular "A Closer Look" segments take an in-depth, and hilarious, look at the day's biggest headlines. As host of the Globes, Meyers will be following in the footsteps of another Saturday Night Live alum and NBC late-night host, Jimmy Fallon, who emceed the ceremony last year.
Nominations will be announced on December 11, and the 75th annual Golden Globes with host Seth Meyers will air live on NBC on January 7, 2018.