Despite the fact that Sandra Oh is also on hosting duties for this year's Golden Globes, she's also in strong contention for both Best Television (Drama) as part of 'Killing Eve', and Best Actress (Television Drama) in the same series.
Meanwhile, 'The Handmaid's Tale' is also in the running along with HBO's excellent 'Sharp Objects', Richard Madden and 'Bodyguard' and much more besides.
Here's our predictions for the television categories for the 2019 Golden Globes.
Best Television Series (Drama)
With 'The Americans' coming into its final season, there's a definite chance that it'll edge out the win ahead of 'Bodyguard' and 'Killing Eve'. That being said, it's a slim chance as both 'Bodyguard' and 'Killing Eve' appear to be the most likely to win here. Given the buzz around 'Killing Eve' and with Sandra Oh already involved, there's every chance it's going to pick up the win here.
Prediction: 'Killing Eve'
Best Television Series (Comedy / Musical)
'The Good Place'
'The Kominsky Method'
'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel'
The heart wants 'The Good Place' to win this, but given how popular Amazon's offerings have proven with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association in recent years, 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' seems the likely winner here. 'The Kominsky Method' might be in contention here, but sadly 'Barry' is too violent / good to feature in the decision.
Prediction: 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel'
Best Limited Series or Movie Made For Television
'The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story'
'Escape at Dannemora'
'A Very English Scandal'
'Escape at Dannemora' has been in headlines of late, with the real-life subjects of the series calling out Ben Stiller in particular. That said, 'Sharp Objects' should be the clear winner if it 'American Crime Story' doesn't somehow steal a win here. 'A Very English Scandal' didn't go over well with American audiences, the same with 'The Alienist' so it seems unlikely either are going to win out here.
Prediction: 'Sharp Objects'
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series (Drama)
Caitriona Balfe - 'Outlander'
Julia Roberts - 'Homecoming'
Keri Russell - 'The Americans'
Julia Roberts may have the starpower here, but this category is Sandra Oh's to lose. 'Killing Eve' was a critical smash and audiences loved it as well, so there's really nothing else to argue here. Elisabeth Moss already picked up her Golden Globe for 'The Handmaid's Tale' last year, so taking one home again this year is highly unlikely.
Prediction: Sandra Oh - 'Killing Eve'
Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series (Drama)
Jason Bateman - 'Ozark'
Stephan James - 'Homecoming'
Richard Madden - 'Bodyguard'
Billy Porter - 'Pose'
Matthew Rhys - 'The Americans'
There's really no telling how this category is going to play out, as pretty much all of the performances here were spectacular in their own right. Richard Madden is the forerunner, however, on the basis of how well 'Bodyguard' went over with US audiences via Netflix. Jason Bateman might also clench a win here with 'Ozark', but really, the smart money backs the King in the North. Sorry, force of habit.
Prediction: Richard Madden - 'Bodyguard'
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series (Comedy / Musical)
Kristen Bell - 'The Good Place'
Candice Bergen - 'Murphy Brown'
Alison Brie - 'GLOW'
Rachel Brosnahan - 'The Marvelous Mrs Maisel'
Debra Messing - 'Will & Grace'
Again, going on how well-liked Amazon's offerings are with the Hollywood Foreign Press (and the fact that it's actually good), Rachel Brosnahan looks like the likely winner for 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel'. Alison Brie was fantastic in 'GLOW' and, any other year, she'd be the forerunner to take the win. Debra Messing and Candice Bergen both feel like a nostalgia vote. Given how 'The Good Place' just seems to fly over the head of HFPA, she's the outsider to win. It's a shame, because she is LONG overdue a win in this category.
Prediction: Rachel Brosnahan - 'The Marvelous Mrs Maisel'
Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series (Comedy / Musical)
Sacha Baron Cohen - 'Who Is America?'
Jim Carrey - 'Kidding'
Michael Douglas - 'The Kominsky Method'
Donald Glover - 'Atlanta'
Bill Hader - 'Barry'
If HFPA weren't such cowards, Sacha Baron Cohen would have won this without question. His performance in 'Who Is America?' was some of the most daring and original comedy in a decade. Could they depend on him to behave if he won? Absolutely not. Donald Glover could easily win another Golden Globe here, but the likelihood is that either Jim Carrey will pick up the win for 'Kidding' or Glover makes it two years in a row.
Prediction: Donald Glover - 'Atlanta' / Jim Carrey - 'Kidding'
Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Amy Adams - 'Sharp Objects'
Patricia Arquette - 'Escape at Dannemora'
Connie Britton - 'Dirty John'
Laura Dern - 'The Tale'
Regina King - 'Seven Seconds'
If Amy Adams doesn't win here for 'Sharp Objects', there needs to be some kind of Spotlight investigation into who exactly it was she murdered in the HFPA that's so ardently set them against her. Patricia Arquette, however, did go heavy into the transformation for 'Escape at Dannemora', but the aforementioned stink around it may prove to be too much. It's really between these two here.
Prediction: Amy Adams - 'Sharp Objects' / Patricia Arquette - 'Escape at Dannemora'
Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Antonio Banderas - 'Genius: Picasso'
Daniel Bruhl - 'The Alienist'
Darren Criss - 'The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story'
Benedict Cumberbatch - 'Patrick Melrose'
Hugh Grant - 'A Very English Scandal'
Darren Criss gave a really vital performance in 'The Assassination of Gianni Versace', but is it enough to get him a win here? Maybe, to be quite honest. Daniel Bruhl wasn't all that great in 'The Alienist', and while Hugh Grant is a great actor, he should have been nominated for 'Paddington 2' and not 'A Very English Scandal'. Benedict Cumberbatch was also great in 'Patrick Melrose', but almost nobody watched it. That leaves Antonio Banderas in 'Genius: Picasso', but again, it went right under the radar.
Prediction: Darren Criss - 'The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story'