'The Social Network,' 'Glee' Top the Golden Globes
The Facebook drama "The Social Network" took home Best Drama at the 68th Annual Golden Globes Sunday night, with "Black Swan" star Natalie Portman and "The King's Speech" actor Colin Firth scoring top acting awards.
In the Best Comedy or Musical category, the Globes went to "The Kids Are All Right" and its star, Annette Bening, with "Barney's Version" star Paul Giamatti winning Best Actor. The Supporting Actor awards went to Christian Bale and Melissa Leo for "The Fighter."
The television prizes went to HBO's "Broadwalk Empire" for Best Drama, with its star Steve Buscemi winning Best Actor in a TV Drama and FOX's "Glee" for Best Comedy or Musical, which also saw supporting actor awards going to "Glee" stars Jane Lynch and Chris Colfer.
Acerbic host Ricky Gervais opened the show with a monologue full of stinging zingers, taking aim at everyone from Charlie Sheen to Hugh Hefner to the women of "Sex and the City." He proceeded throughout the evening to jab other presenters like Robert Downey Jr., Sylvester Stallone and Bruce Willis ("Ashton Kutcher's dad!") Watch!