How many winners can you pick?

After spending so much time at home this year watching every show and movie that was released, this year's Golden Globes seem a little more special.

Big surprises made headlines when the full list of nominees was released, like Emily in Paris nabbing a nomination for both Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy and Best Actress in a TV Series, Musical or Comedy for Lily Collins. Not as surprising? The Queen's Gambit's nomination for Best Limited Series, Anthology Series, or a Motion Picture Made for Television and a nod for Anya Taylor-Joy. Naturally, with nominations come plenty of controversies, and 2021's Golden Globes were no different, with critics calling out snubs, like HBO's I May Destroy You. It's not all bad news, though, because Chloé Zhao became the first Asian woman to ever be nominated for Best Director, Motion Picture.

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For anyone hosting a virtual watch party or socially distanced soirée (remember human contact?), click here to download a printable ballot and see just how many winners you get right — and how many snubs managed to rock the ceremony. Tune in on Sunday, February 28, for the full show on NBC starting at 5 P.M. ET.