It was a particularly interesting year for the Golden Globes; not because it's in the 75th year, but more so due to the current toxic Hollywood culture of sexual harassment being exposed. An article from Deadline stated that those who would support the #MeToo movement would wear black, and many people did. NPR also mentioned how some actresses even took activists that founded various anti-sexual harassment groups as dates to the big event.

Host Seth Meyers wasted no time getting down into jokes about some of the men who were exposed and promptly fired from their projects (such as Kevin Spacey), while also giving his version of uplifting women by letting them say the punchlines to jokes he set up.

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Corny (but funny) and awkward (and not so funny) jokes aside, let's get down to the winners of the Golden Globes [VIDEO].

The Cecil B. DeMille Award

Reese Witherspoon was the one to introduce Oprah Winfrey as she was the recipient of The Cecil B. DeMille Award where she gave an elegant and heartwarming speech on representation, girl power, the importance of the press, and preventing and standing up against sexual harassment.

Best performances in a Limited Series

Laura Dern won for her supporting role as Renata Klein on "Big Little Lies" while Alexander Skarsgard won for his supporting role as Perry Wright. Ewan McGregor won for Best Actor for his portrayal as both Emmit and Ray Stussy on "Fargo." Nicole Kidman won for Best Actress for her portrayal of Celeste Wright on "Big Little Lies." "Big Little Lies" continued their winning streak by also winning Best TV Limited Series.

The best of television

In the Musical or Comedy category, Rachel Brosnahan won for her role as the titular character in "The Marvelous Mrs.

Maisel" while Aziz Ansari won for his portrayal of Dev Shah on "Master of None." On the Drama side, Elisabeth Moss won for her portrayal of June Osbourne/Offred in "The Handmaiden's Tale", while Sterling K. Brown won for the role of Randall Pearson on "This Is Us." "The Handmaiden's Tale" and "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" have won for best drama and comedy respectively.

Best performances in a Drama

On the supporting side, the Best Supporting Actress winner was Allison Janney (currently on CBS's "Mom") for her portrayal of LaVona Fay Golden in the movie "I, Tonya". Best Supporting Actor went to Sam Rockwell for his portrayal as Officer Jason Dickson in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri." Gary Oldman won for Best Actor in the movie "Darkest Hour" for his portrayal of Winston Churchill, and Frances McDormand won for Best Actress in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri." She played Mildred Hayes.

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri also continued their streak by winning Best Drama.

Best performances in a Comedy or Musical

James Franco won for his portrayal of Greg Sestero in "The Disaster Artist" and Saoirse Ronan won for her role as the titular character in "Lady Bird". Lady Bird also won the Golden Globe for Best Comedy.

Best Director, Screenplay, and Music

Alexandre Desplat won Best Original Score for his work on "The Shape of Water" while "This is Me" from "The Greatest Showman" won for Best Original Song. Guillermo del Toro won for Best Director for "The Shape of Water" while Martin McDonagh's screenplay for "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" earned him his first Golden Globe. For Best Foreign Language Film, "In the Fade" snagged the Golden Globe as did "Coco" for Best Animated Film.