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Freeze Frame -- Jan. 16, 2017

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Stephen Daltry, producer and director of Netflix’s The Crown, accepts the award for best television series, drama, during the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony at the Beverly Hilton.
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Hugh Laurie accepts the best supporting actor, series/limited series/TV movie Golden Globe for his role in AMC’s The Night Manager.
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Actress Sarah Paulson (l.) and writer/producer Ryan Murphy show off their trophies for The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story at the Fox/FX Golden Globes Party at the Fox Pavillion.
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Atlanta star and creator Donald Glover arrives at the Fox/FX Golden Globes party in Beverly Hills.
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(From l.): Kelly Preston, John Travolta and John Landgraf, CEO of FX Networks, at the Fox/FX Golden Globes Party.
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Vanessa Hudgens arrives on the red carpet for the Universal/NBC/ Focus Features/E! Golden Globes afterparty at the Beverly Hilton.
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Matthew Rhys (l.) and Kerri Russell of FX’s The Americans at the Fox/FX Golden Globes party.
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(From l.): Rami Malek of USA Network’s Mr. Robot; Bonnie Hammer, chairman, NBCUniversa Cable Entertainment; and Christian Slater of Mr. Robot arrive at the Beverly Hilton for the Golden Globe Awards.
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(From l.): Babou Ceesay, John Ridley and Freida Pinto at Showtime’s TCA Winter Press Tour panel for Guerilla.
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(from l.): Eric Berger, EVP, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and GM, Crackle; Charlotte McKinney; Charlie Sheen, executive producer and star; Tony Todd; and John Orlando, head of development, Crackle; at the premiere party for Crackle original movie Mad Families at Catch LA in Los Angeles.
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Talking up the Twin Peaks revival at Showtime’s TCA Winter Press Tour session (l. to r.): Kyle Mclachlan, Laura Dern, David Lynch, Kimmy Robertson, Madchen Amick and Robert Forster.