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COLORS INFINITY's top-viewed show, Mr. Robot wins two Golden Globe Awards

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COLORS INFINITY's top-viewed show, Mr. Robot wins two Golden Globe Awards

COLORS INFINITY’s top-viewed show, Mr. Robot has bagged an award for the Best TV Series, Drama at the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards. The show, written and directed by Sam Esmail, gained a loyal fan base this year for its gritty depiction of the world of hacking.

Director Sam Esmail accepted the award with a mix of quirk and grace, saying, "I got to thank the Hollywood Foreign Press. I mean, they gave the best drama series award to a show called Mr. Robot. And that took a lot of courage, so thank you."

In addition to being coveted as the Best TV Series, Drama, Christian Slater also won the ‘’Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture made for Television’’ for his role in the series.


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