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Are the Golden Globes Unkillable?

Brooks Barnes from The New York Times comes on to discuss the long and messy path of the Golden Globes

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Matt is joined by Brooks Barnes from The New York Times to discuss the long and messy path of the Golden Globes as we gear up for the 81st Golden Globe Awards on Sunday. Matt and Brooks discuss why this show can’t seem to die even though it’s been mired in controversy, how it has been reformed under new ownership, whether people even want to celebrate Hollywood anymore, and why the Globes will probably still exist 30 years from now. Matt finishes the show with a prediction about the ratings for the Golden Globes.

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Host: Matt Belloni
Guest: Brooks Barnes
Producers: Craig Horlbeck and Jessie Lopez
Theme Song: Devon Renaldo

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