The 80th Golden Globe Awards are going down on Tuesday, Jan. 10. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has tapped Jerrod Carmichael to host the show following last year’s controversy. A lack of diversity among voters and nominees led to various boycotts by actors and media companies alike. A multi-month, publicly-driven campaign to diversify the HFPA proved “too little, too late” in 2021, and NBC declined to broadcast the event in 2022 in response.

That was not the only challenge the HFPA was facing. There were also allegations of sexual harassment and corruption, with some saying studios were currying favor with voters via access to film sets and expensive gifts. Onlookers always assumed that there was a bit of give-and-take at industry awards shows like this one, but this just confirmed the worst of it.

This year, NBC is resuming its coverage of the event. In an effort to make things right over the past two years, the HFPA has dramatically increased its membership, with particular attention focused on improving inclusion and diversity. Did this reflect itself in this year’s nominees? Perhaps. But what truly matters is who takes home the gold next week. The Golden Globe Awards will air live next Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT from The Beverly Hilton in California and will air on NBC and Peacock. Here is everything we’re looking forward to seeing at this year’s Golden Globes.