Despite "Game of Thrones" being buried in Emmys, the HBO's show was slain once again at Golden Globe. Since 2013 "GOT" never scored a prize. This year the show was nominated in the "Best Series" category, with Lena Headey nominated in the Supporting Actress category: Best Supporting Actress went to Olivia Colman (Angela Burr in "The Night Manager") while "The Crown" was awarded as Best Series.

'The Crown': a biographical story about the reign of Queen Elizabeth II

"The Crown" is a drama TV series released by Netflix in November 2016. The first season features 10 episodes (running time 55-60 minutes per episode) and recounts the events of the life of Queen Elizabeth II from 1947 to 1955, with Claire Foy playing the Queen and Matt Smith (best known for his performance as the Doctor in Doctor Who) playing her husband Prince Philip.

The show has already won two Golden Globe (Best TV Series, Best Actress - Claire Foy), a Critics' Choice Television Awards for Best Supporting Actor (John Lithgow), a Satellite Award (Best Drama Series) and it's been acknowledged as one of the top 10 TV Programs during the American Film Institute Awards 2016, with a score of 90% on Rotten Tomatoes and 81/100 on Metacritic.

Great acting and excellent writing: 'The Crown' is totally worth a look

"The Crown" is not as compelling as "Game of Thrones", nonetheless, every TV series addict should take a look at the show: John Lithgow (Winston Churchill), Claire Foy and Matt Smith's performances are amazing, Peter Morgan's writing is excellent and the show succeed in depicting the history of a family and a country with intelligence.

Definitely worth a try even for the ones who don't love historical drama TV series. Below you can watch Netflix's official trailer for season 1:

Westworld's flop at Golden Globe 2017

The first season of "Westworld" was the most-watched first season in HBO's history and, just like "GOT", the show was acclaimed by the critics. Westworld was nominated for 3 awards, Best Series, Best Actress (Evan Rachel Wood) and Supporting Actress (Thandie Newton), but wasn't able to score any success.