The Golden Globe Goes To The 1970S Sitcom Pope Norman Lear
2021-01-28 | by CusiGO
The Golden Globe Awards will honor the most successful and influential living people in the sitcom genre. Norman Lear, 98, was the behind the scenes producer of the important milestones of the 1970s and 1980s. Just like everyone in the family (1971-1979), his props are now on show at the Smithsonian Theatre; the Jefferson family (1975-1985), one of the longest black actor Series in history, tells a story about a Cuban family in Echo Park in Los Angeles every day, both versions are It was broadcast from 1975 to 1984 and is a cult remake from 2017 to 2020 through Netflix and American cable TV. His formula, through moving plots and charming characters to show the ethnic minorities (Blacks, immigrants, Latinos, etc.) in American society, has dominated American television until the 1990s. Even today, her gender imprint is undeniable.
At the awards ceremony on February 28, she will receive the most recent Carol Burnett award, which was set up for Cecil B. DeMille in 2019. She is committed to the film giant: the new award is aimed at recognizing relevant figures in the television industry. 2020, for Alan DeGeneres. King Lear, the oldest winner of the award, is experiencing a new wave of fame in the past few years after the publication of his memoirs and reliving his classic daily life on Netflix. It’s also the most productive. The streaming TV grandfather has been active since 1954, when he entered a notorious sitcom as a screenwriter, aiming to win more honor for Celeste Holm (Betty Davis’s best friend in naked EVA). Since then, it has been in production, whether successful or not. Even in the late 1980s, he was lucky in the film industry, working with Act III, a company that financed the fiancee Princess and fried green tomatoes.