1. Tina and Amy Are Hosting for the 3rd Time in a Row! Photograph: Paul Drinkwater / AP Paul Drinkwater / Via sheimagazine.com These comedy queens never fail to wow us with their sharp jokes and playful bits. The 2015 Golden Globes will be no exception. You can view their monologue from last year here . 2. Eddie Redmayne Will be There Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Via tumblr.com The gorgeous and charming british actor is nominated for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in "The Theory of Everything." He'll dazzle the red carpet with his green eyes and new wife (sigh). 3. Unexpected TV Nominations Via observer.com Year after year it seems that the same shows get recognition, but this year the Globes is giving new shows a chance. Amazon's "Transparent", the CW's "Jane the Virgin", and HBO's "Silicon Valley" are all comedies nominated after just one season. The drama category also recognized new series "The Affair." 4. Quvenzhané Wallis Makes her Red Carpet Return Via blogs.indiewire.com In 2013 this budding actress amazed everyone with her performance in "Beats of the Southern Wild." This year she's nominated for her portrayal of Annie in the new musical reboot. More like QuvenzhaSLAY Wallis. Let's hope she still carries her puppy purses with her this awards season. 5. It's an Awesome Year for Actresses Via insidemovies.ew.com Quite a few movies have strong female leads this year. Reese Witherspoon for "Wild," Julianne Moore for "Still Alice," and Rosamund Pike for "Gone Girl" are just a few of the leading ladies with nods. 6. Movie Musicals are Back and This Time They Brought Meryl Streep Peter Mountain / Via kpbs.org 2014 was a musical-less year, but 2015 is satisfying our show tune craving with "Into the Woods." The star studded cast has excited fan's of the Stephen Sondheim show everywhere, and actresses Meryl Streep and Emily Blunt are nominated for their performances in the film. 7. Surprising TV and Movie Crossovers Via hitfix.com A lot of actors are drifting from the mediums that made them famous this year. Steve Carrell of "The Office" took on a heavy role in "Foxcatcher." Jennifer Aniston of "Friends" is nominated for her performance in "Cake." Some movie stars also made the jump to television. Matthew McConaughey has the chance to take another Globes by storm as he's nominated for "True Detective" this year. HBO's TV movie "The Normal Heart" scored nominations for Mark Ruffalo, who is also nominated for his work in "Foxcatcher", and Matt Bomer. 8. As Usual, All of Your Favorite Celebrities will be Drunk in One Room Via businessinsider.com Alcohol is served at the Golden Globes, which means that the best part is that by the end of the night, a lot of the guests are a little tipsy. It always makes for an unpredictable night of TV.