Jon Favreau’s hit series rewarded with a Golden Globe nomination for Best Drama Television Series.
The nominations for this year’s Golden Globes are in, and The Mandalorian has earned its place amongst the elite. Jon Favreau’s stellar Star Wars TV series is being recognized with a prestigious Golden Globe nomination for ‘Best Drama Television Series’.
Congratulations to The Mandalorian on its nomination for Best Drama Television Series at the Golden Globes! pic.twitter.com/mJWdP6GWaa
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The sensational Star Wars serial will now fight it out with television’s best. However, because the show has become one of the most-watched serials on any streaming platform, surely it’s a shoo-in for glory. And who would bet against it? Firstly, season two of The Mandalorian restored Boba Fett to prominence. Secondly, it delivered a masterful last gasp cameo from Luke Skywalker. And still found time to give Baby Grogu the best possible send-off.
Congratulations to Jon Favreau, Dave Filoni, and the wonderful cast and crew. Recognition well-deserved. But the festivities don’t end there. Celebrated Mando composer Ludwig Göransson also has reason to celebrate. In addition to his team-wide nomination for Mando, his sublime score from Christopher Nolan’s Tenet has earned him a nomination for Best Original Score.
Good luck to everyone involved. This is the way!
Source: Star Wars
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