The 74th annual Golden Globe Awards will broadcast by NBC Sunday, January 8.
There are a lot of different awards up for grabs, but who will emerge victorious in the race for the most awards?
We have some predictions for you.
Scroll down to find out who we think should win.
Despite what some may say, there is still no other show on TV quite like Game of Thrones. The sheer scale and writing is on another level from the other shows in the category. With some tweaks, Westworld could get there. This Is Us will win because it's the only show on the list about family values, but Game of Thrones should win.
Drama Series - Actor
Rami Malek is without a doubt the best actor in this category. Despite a creative nosedive for Mr. Robot in Season 2, Rami Malek turned in an other outstanding performance as Elliot Alderson. Then again, Matthew Rhys has been turning in solid performances on The Americans for four seasons. Rhys will eke out the win over the others in the category, but Malek should win.
Drama Series - Actress
Westworld shocked us all with a solid first season that made us question the world around us. Part of that was Evan Rachel Wood's convincing portrayal of Dolores. Considering the acclaim the series has acieved - particularly for Wood's performance, she should and will win it.
Comedy or Musical Series
Donald Glover's Atlanta has been a hit with critics and viewers. It should and will secure the win over Veep and Mozart in the Jungle.
Comedy or Musical - Actress
Sarah Jessica Parker will do battle with the likes of Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Gina Rodriguez and Rachel Bloom. There's no denying that she deserves the win. After years away from a hit show, her acting chops are still there. She should and will win.
Comedy or Musical - Actor
The writing on Atlanta was just the tip of the iceberg. Donald Glover's performance as Earnest Marks struck a chord with viewers. So much so that he should and will take the win over Nick Nolte, Jefrey Tambor, Anthony Anderson and Gael Garcia Bernal.
TV - Movie or Miniseries
The People v. O. J. Simpson was one of the best shows of 2016. It should and will win despite stiff competition from The Night Of, The Night Manager, American Crime and The Dresser.
TV - Movie or Miniseries - Actor
Pitting Tom Hiddleston, Riz Ahmed, Bryan Cranston, John Turturro and Courtney B. Vance against one another is a travesty, but Taylor Swift's ex-boyfriend, Tom Hiddleston should and will eke out a win.
TV - Movie or Miniseries - Actress
Sarah Paulson has proven time and time again that she can effortlessly change her persona to whichever she is given. On The People v. O. J. Simpson, she did just that and blew us all away in the process. She should and will win the award.
Series, TV Movie or Miniseries - Supporting Actress
This one is a tough call with the addition of Chrissy Metz and Mandy Moore from This Is Us. Considering all the love for This Is Us, Chrissy will probably eke out the win, but Lena Headey should be the winner.
Series, TV Movie or Miniseries - Supporting Actor
The only real competition this round is between Christian Slater and Sterling K. Brown. Sterling will win, but Christian should win for his Mr. Robot performance.
Best Motion Picture or Drama
Manchester By The Sea was the best movie of 2016. It should and will win the award.
Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy
It's going to be a tough fight between Deadpool and La La Land. La La Land will win, but Deadpool should.
Best Performance By An Actress In a Motion Picture
There's really no competition here. Amy Adams should and will win for her performance in Arrival.
Best Performance In a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy - Actress
La La Land has been billed as this generation's Casablanca and Emma Stone is part of that reason. She should and will win.
Best Performance By An Actor In a Motion Picture
Manchester By The Sea showed off Casey Affleck's acting chops so much that he should and will win this award.
Best Performance By An Actor In a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture
Dev Patel turned in a riveting performance in Lion and it's clear that he should and will win the award.
Best Performance By An Actress In a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture
Much like Dev Patel, Nicole turned in a solid performance in Lion and she should and will win the award.
Best Performance By An Actor In a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy
Ryan Gosling has got this one the bag. Despite strong competition, he should and will be the winner.