They can't all be winners. But there are some pretty interesting facts about this year's nominees.
DiCaprio has won the Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama category two times. Do you how many others have also won it twice?
Tom Hanks and Jack Nicholson have won it three times.
Taraji P Henson is one of only three African-American women to win Best Actress in a Television Series. Can you guess the other two?
In 1995, she received her first nomination for her work in what movie?
So young, so talented.
Jon Hamm has now won two Golden Globes in the Best Actor in a Television Series -- Drama category. Do you know the other four actors who've done the same?
Mr. Robotearned the first series Golden Globe for USA. Monk was the only other USA show to get a series nomination at the Golden Globes. Do you know how long ago that was?
Mr. Robot's drama series nod and win came 12 years after Monk's comedy series nod in 2004. It lost to the British version of The Office.
Rylance was also nominated in the Best Actor in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television, and Best Actor in a Television Series - Drama categories.
Sylvester Stallone's award for _Creed_ is his first Golden Globe. But 39 years ago, Stallone earned two nominations for what movie?
He was nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture -- Drama and Best Screenplay.
The 2016 ceremony marked Saoirse Ronan's second Golden Globe nomination. Do you know what film she was nominated for in 2008?
She was 13 years old then.
Gina Rodriguez was joined by which other CW actress in the Best Performance in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical category?
Bloom took home the award. She is the first person to win the category without her show being nominated since Toni Collette six years ago.
Matt Damon won a Golden Globe in 2016 for his role in The Martian. It is his first Globe for acting, but he has another one at home. Do you know what it's for?
Don't forget: Damon also can write. He took home his first Golden Globe for co-writing Good Will Hunting with Ben Affleck in 1998.
Get this: Jon Hamm gave his first Golden Globes acceptance speech in 2016, even though he's won two awards. Do you know why?
... and there was no ceremony .