A new year has arrived, and that means we’ll soon be in the midst of a while new awards season, filled with stylish red carpet looks, heartwarming (and heart-wrenching) speeches, and attempts at comic sketches from hosts and presenters that will run the gamut from hilarious and memorable to wildly cringe-worthy.
The awards season landscape has finally gotten back on track following several years of pandemic-related delays and changes, and then the now-settled WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, which many worried would shake up the awards show calendar once again.
Music awards shows — including the GRAMMY Awards and the Billboard Music Awards — were less impacted by the strikes, and are scheduled to go on as planned. Meanwhile, some film and TV-based awards that were postponed have been rescheduled, including the Oscars and Golden Globes.
Below, ET has your handy calendar that will be continuously updated with all the key dates and details as we learn more about what’s to come from the SAG Awards, GRAMMYs, BAFTA Awards and more.
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When: Sunday, Feb. 4, 2024 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT.
Where: Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles
How to Watch: The 66th ceremony will broadcast and stream live on CBS and Paramount+
What to Know: Fans found out which artists would be in the running for the prestigious GRAMMY statues this year when the full list of nominations was announced on Nov. 10. SZA is this year’s most-nominated artist with 9 noms, followed by Phoebe Bridgers (7), Serban Ghenea (7), Victoria Monét (7), Jack Antonoff (6), Jon Batiste (6), boygenius (6), Brandy Clark (6), Miley Cyrus (6), Billie Eilish (6), Olivia Rodrigo (6) and Taylor Swift (6). The nominations were announced during a livestream from the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles, which featured Recording Academy CEO Harvey Mason Jr. as well as some special guests.
It was announced earlier this year that the upcoming 66th GRAMMY Awards will feature three new categories: Best African Music Performance, Best Alternative Jazz Album and Best Pop Dance Recording. Additionally, the GRAMMYs are moving two categories — Producer of the Year, Non-Classical and Songwriter of the Year, Non-Classical — to the General Field, allowing all GRAMMY voters to cast their vote for the categories.
Additionally, Trevor Noah revealed in December that he would once again be hosting the show — marking his fourth time in a row serving as emcee. Noah announced the news during an episode of his podcast, What Now? With Trevor Noah, and exclaimed, “I’m excited about that! It’s a lot of fun… I enjoy the GRAMMYs because I get to watch the show in person and then just experience and comment on it in person while it is happening.”
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When: Sunday, Feb. 18
Where: Southbank Centre in London, England
How to Watch: The show will be streamed on BritBox International and broadcast on the BBC One and iPlayer in the U.K.
What to Know: The nominations for the 77th annual EE British Academy Film Awards were announced on Jan. 18.
Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer scored the most nominations with a whopping 13 nods, while the critically acclaimed film Poor Things was close behind with 11.
And though Greta Gerwig’s blockbuster hit Barbie landed five nominations, it was not acknowledged in the Best Film or Best Director categories, despite its record-setting year.
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When: Sunday, March 10, 2024 at 7 p.m. ET and 4 p.m. PT
Where: Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California.
How to Watch: The show will broadcast live on ABC.
What to Know: It was announced on Nov. 15 that Jimmy Kimmel is returning to host the Oscars once again, which will mark the fourth time he’s taken on the gig. Meanwhile, Molly McNearney — Kimmel’s wife, who serves as the Jimmy Kimmel Live co-head writer — will executive produce the telecast. Kimmel previously hosted the ceremony in 2017, 2018 and 2023.
Nominees for this year’s show were announced on Jan. 23, and included some divisive choice — as well as some shocking snubs (including Margot Robbie and Greta Gerwig getting largely shut out, despite Barbie’s eight total noms). This year’s top contenders include Barbie, Oppenheimer, Killers of the Flower Moon, Poor Things and Maestro, to name a few favs.
In October 2023, the academy did reveal the creative team who will be taking on the star-studded production. Raj Kapoor and Katy Mullan were announced as the executive producers of the 2024 Oscars, with Kapoor acting as showrunner, while Hamish Hamilton is set to return as the show’s director — marking his fourth time in the role.
NAACP Image Awards
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When: Saturday, March 16, 2024 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on BET and CBS.
Where: Los Angeles, California
How to Watch: The 55th ceremony will broadcast live on BET and CBS.
What to Know: The NAACP Image Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements and performances of people of color across more than 80 competitive categories spanning film, television + streaming, music, literature, and podcasts.
This year’s ceremony will introduce eight new submission categories, including Outstanding Youth Performance; Outstanding Cinematography in a Motion Picture; Outstanding Short Form Documentary; Outstanding Original Score for TV/Film; Outstanding Scripted Series Podcast; Outstanding Limited Series/Short Form Podcast; Outstanding Graphic Novel and Outstanding Stunt Ensemble.
NAACP will also recognize winners in non-televised categories March 12-14, which will stream on the ceremony’s official site, and during the NAACP Image Awards Dinner, which will be held on Thursday, March 14, in Los Angeles.
“We are thrilled to bring back the Image Awards along with our partner BET and CBS once again,” Derrick Johnson, President and CEO of the NAACP, said in a statement. “With such a significant year in achievement among African-Americans in all areas in 2023, we know the show will celebrate and inspire our community once again.”
“BET Media Group is honored to continue our long-standing partnership with the NAACP to celebrate Black Excellence and the countless contributions made by the Black community,” added BET President and CEO Scott Mills. “We are thrilled CBS is joining us to bring viewers this powerful awards program, honoring the many talented individuals and our diverse stories of humanity and resilience.”
Nominees for the NAACP Image Awards will be announced on Thursday, Jan. 25.
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When: Sunday, Jan. 7, 2024 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. PT
Where: The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.
How to Watch: The 81st Golden Globes aired live on CBS and Paramount+ with SHOWTIME and is available on the CBS app.
What to Know: The Golden Globes announced in December that stand-up comedian and actor Jo Koy would host the 81st annual ceremony!
On Dec. 11, Cedric the Entertainer and Wilmer Valderrama were tasked with announcing the Golden Globe nominees in all 29 categories. Some of the notable film nominees include Barbie, Oppenheimer, and Killers of the Flower Moon, with performances from May December, Poor Things and Maestro also earning noms. On the television side, returning favorites including The Crown, Succession and Ted Lasso, as well as newcomers Daisy Jones & The Six, Lessons in Chemistry and Jury Duty, were among the hit TV series to be recognized. This year, the Golden Globes also unveiled nominees in two new categories: Cinematic and Box Office Achievement and Best Performance in Stand-Up Comedy on Television.
For the complete list of Golden Globes winners, click here.
Primetime Emmy Awards
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When: Jan. 15, 2024
Where: Peacock Theater at LA Live in Los Angeles, California.
How to Watch: The 75th ceremony broadcasted live on Jan. 15 at 8 p.m. ET on FOX, and became available to stream on Hulu the next day.
What to Know: The Emmys announced in December that stand-up comedian and actor Anthony Anderson would host the 75th annual Emmy Awards!
The show’s nominees were first announced in July, Succession led the pack, earning 27 nominations for its fourth and final season on HBO — the most of any show this year — while comedy favorites like ABC’s Abbott Elementary and Ted Lasso on Apple TV+ earned an equally impressive number of nods, with 7 and 21, respectively.
Of the big winners of the night, Succession was named Best Drama Series, and The Bear was named Best Comedy Series. For the complete list of winners, click here.
Jan. 4: Palm Springs International Film Festival
Jan. 6: HCA Film awards
Jan. 7: Golden Globes
Jan. 8: HCA TV Awards
Jan. 9: Governors Awards
Jan. 10: SAG Awards nominations announced
Jan. 11: National Board of Review Awards Gala
Jan. 12: AFI Awards
Jan. 13: Creative Arts Emmy Awards
Jan. 14: Critics Choice Awards
Jan. 15: Primetime Emmy Awards
Jan. 23: Oscar nominations announced
Feb. 4: GRAMMY Awards
Feb. 18: BAFTA Awards
Feb. 18: Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild Awards
Feb. 24: SAG Awards
Feb. 24: Society Of Camera Operators Awards
Feb. 25: Film Independent Spirit Awards
Feb. 25: Producers Guild Awards
March 2: CAS Awards
March 3: ASC Awards
March 10: Academy Award
March 16: NAACP Image Awards
Apr. 14: Olivier Awards
June 16: Tony Awards