The 2018 Golden Globes didn't produce too many Canadian-related winners but the honour of being nominated was still rather impressive.
The Handmaid's Tale did win for Best Television Series – Drama over The Crown; Game Of Thrones; Stranger Things; and This Is Us.
Guillermo Del Toro won Best Director for The Shape of Water, a film with a few Canadian connections.
The most intriguing nomination came with the nod to Christopher Plummer for Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role In Any Motion Picture for his last-minute entry into All The Money In The World. Plummer replaced Kevin Spacey in the role as J. Paul Getty as those scenes had to be reshot following the sexual allegations against Spacey.
Plummer as well as Willem Dafoe (The Florida Project); Armie Hammer (Call Me By Your Name); and Richard Jenkins (The Shape Of Water) all lost to Sam Rockwell (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri).
Despite the Plummer loss, there is a good shot at an Oscar nomination. We'll know if that is true rather soon.
Eric McCormack got a nomination for Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series for the return of Will & Grace. Aziz Ansari (Master Of None) won in this category against McCormack and Anthony Anderson (Black-ish); Kevin Bacon (I Love Dick); and William H. Macy (Shameless).
The Breadwinner, a Canadian co-production produced by Angelina Jolie, lost out on best animated film to Coco.
Tatiana Maslany and Orphan Black were not nominated for the 5th and final season of the program. Maslany did get a Golden Globe nomination for the 2014 ceremony and the 2013 year.
Maslany did get a Critics Choice nomination for Best Actress in a Drama Series for her work on Orphan Black. Those awards will be handed out Thursday on the CW Network starting at 8 pm Eastern.
As for how the Golden Globes results will translate to Oscars nominations, the Academy Awards nominations will be announced early on January 23.