Mr. Robot and Mozart each took two Globes. The former won drama series - USA's first series win - and supporting actor for Christian Slater, while Mozart gave Amazon wins in the comedy series and actor races for the second straight year, with Mozart and Gael Garcia Bernal taking the honors. This is the third consecutive year comedy series and actor have gone hand in hand, following wins for Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Andy Samberg, and Transparent and Jeffrey Tambor.
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In the lead drama races, Taraji P. Henson (Empire) became the third black woman to win drama actress and the first in 23 years after Gail Fisher and Regina Taylor, while Jon Hamm -- who didn't get to give a speech when he won his first drama actor Globe for Mad Men during the writers' strike -- became the first former drama actor champ to get dropped as a nominee and return to win. He's also the fifth person to win the category twice after Ed Asner, John Forsythe, Hugh Laurie and Telly Savalas.
For the second year in a row, a CW star won TV comedy actress: Rachel Bloom for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. She became the first person to win the category without having her show nominated since Toni Collette won six years ago.
On the film side, The Revenant won three trophies: drama picture, director for Alejandro G. Inarritu and drama actor for DiCaprio. He's the eighth person to win the category twice and it's his third Globe overall. The last Globe drama actor champ not to get an Oscar nomination was Jim Carrey 17 years ago.
DiCaprio's Titanic co-star Kate Winslet won supporting actress for her performance in Steve Jobs, seven years after she won two in one night. DiCaprio's The Departed co-star Matt Damon won his first acting Globe, taking comedy/musical actor for The Martian, 18 years after winning for writing Good Will Hunting. The Martian won comedy/musical film.
Sylvester Stallone got a standing-O after his supporting actor victory for Creed - 39 years after he was first nominated for playing and writing Rocky. The last eight winners in the category have gone on to win the Oscar and the last Globe winner not to get an Oscar nod was Richard Benjamin 40 years ago.
See the full list of winners below.
Drama Series: Mr. Robot
Comedy Series: Mozart in the Jungle
TV Movie/Limited Series: Wolf Hall
Drama Lead Actor: Jon Hamm, Mad Men
Drama Lead Actress: Taraji P. Henson, Empire
Comedy Lead Actor:Gael Garcia Bernal, Mozart in the Jungle
Comedy Lead Actress: Rachel Bloom, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Drama Picture: The Revenant
Original Song: "Writing's on the Wall," music and lyric by Sam Smith and Jimmy Napes, Spectr
Animated Feature: Inside Out
Foreign Film: Son of Saul (Hungary)