Find out which stars came home with trophies from the annual TV and film awards
Kate Winslet wins the first award of the night, Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture, for her role as Apple's marketing executive Joanna Hoffman in Steve Jobs. It's the fourth Golden Globe of the English actress's career.
Maura Tierney's performance in Showtime's acclaimed drama series The Affair wins her the award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television.
The cast of Mozart In The Jungle - Gael Garcia Bernal, Bernadette Peters, Lola Kirke and Saffron Burrows - pose for the cameras after the Amazon show wins the Best TV Series - Comedy award.
Rachel Bloom is delighted to win Best Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical for her performance in The CW's breakout hit Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.
Star Wars actor Oscar Isaac wins the Golden Globe for Leading Actor in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for his performance in HBO's six-part housing development drama Show Me A Hero.
In recognition of his work in Mad Men's final season, Jon Hamm collects his second Golden Globe for Best Actor – Television Series Drama. He previously won for his portrayal of Don Draper back in 2008.
Christian Slater wins his first ever Golden Globe tonight, being named Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or Television Film for his performance in Mr Robot.
Sylvester Stallone reprises his iconic role as Rocky Balboa in Creed, and is rewarded with his first ever Golden Globe, winning the prize for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture.
Producers Mark Pybus, Colin Callender and Rebecca Eaton smile as BBC Two's historical drama Wolf Hall is named Best Miniseries or Television Film.
Some 18 years after he won his first Golden Globe, Matt Damon collects his second - Best Actor in a Leading Role, Comedy or Musical for his performance in Ridley Scott's The Martian. Who can blame him for taking a selfie?
Director Pete Docter and producer Jonas Rivera collect the Best Animated Feature Film prize for Disney Pixar's box office smash Inside Out.
Lady Gaga wins a Golden Globe for her debut TV role in American Horror Story: Hotel. The 'Poker Face' star is named Best Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture made for Television for her performance as The Countess in the dark drama co-created by Glee's Ryan Murphy.
Sam Smith's Bond theme 'Writing's On The Wall' is named Best Original Song. The singer collects the prize jointly with the track's co-writer Jimmy Napes.
Aaron Sorkin won the Best Screenplay prize in 2010 for The Social Network, and he wins the same award again tonight for Steve Jobs.
Ennio Morricone wins the Best Original Score prize for his soundtrack to The Hateful Eight. The legendary Italian composer is unable to attend the awards ceremony in person, so director Quentin Tarantino picks up the trophy on his behalf.
Gael García Bernal wins the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy for his performance in Mozart In The Jungle. It's the Amazon series' second award of the night.
Empire's Taraji P. Henson is thrilled to be named Best Actress in a Television Series - Drama for her performance as Cookie Lyon in Empire.
Jennifer Lawrence is named Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy for her portrayal of Joy Mangano, the inventor of the Miracle Mop, in Joy. It's a remarkable third Golden Globe in four years for the 25-year-old actress.
Brie Larson accepts the prize for Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama for her performance in Room. The 26-year-old rising star plays a woman struggling to rebuild her life after several years spent imprisoned in a confined space.
Director Ridley Scott accepts the Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy gong for his sci-fi hit The Martian. Remarkably, it's the first Golden Globe of his career.
Leonardo DiCaprio was widely expected to take home the Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama trophy for his gruelling work on The Revenant. However, the film itself pulls off an upset when it was named Best Motion Picture - Drama and Alejandro González Iñárritu's Best Director victory is also something of a shock.