Yesterday night, NBC aired the 74th edition of Golden Globes, which are the television and film awards that are assigned by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. This edition was full of incredible TV shows and movies. In the first category, there were many critical-darling nominees such as "This Is Us", "Stranger Things", "Atlanta", "Game of Thrones" and "The Crown" which won the prize as best TV drama. In the second category, the HFP nominated powerful and incredible movies as "La La Land", "Moonlight", "Manchester by the Sea", "Fences" and many more.

The Chazelle's musical and the Jenkins' emotional coming-of-age film won the best movie award respectively in the comedy or musical and drama categories.

Gosling, Stone, Affleck and Davis emotional speeches

In the acting categories, there were many powerful and tearjerking acceptance speeches, starting with Viola Davis that won the best-supporting-actress in a drama for "Fences". She thanked her dad that she had the opportunity to learn how to read even though only at 15 years old. "La la land" had a triumph: Emma Stone won for best actress in a musical or comedy and invited everyone not to stop dreaming and always believing in themselves. Ryan Gosling won best actor in a musical or comedy award and dedicated his prize to his wife Eva Mendes who supported him and to his brother-in-law that they lost because of cancer: such an heart-filling moment.

Casey Affleck who portrayed Lee in the gut-wrenching "Manchester by the Sea" dedicated the win to his wife and his children who supported him and let him play this role.

Streep shines and attacks Trump

The amazing Meryl Streep received the Cecile B. Demille life-achievement award, after obtaining her twentieth nomination. In her powerful and moving speech, she remembered when the most powerful man in America imitated a disabled journalist and she reminded to everyone that disrespect invites disrespect, violence incites violence and when the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose.

She also stated that Hollywood is full of foreigners and outcasts and if they can not belong to the United States of America anymore, there will be only football and mixed martial arts left to watch. It was an incredibly powerful and witty speech delivered by an icon of the last century's Cinema.

Moonlight wins

Till the very end, "Moonlight" didn't receive any award, but it got what this incredible movie deserves: the best drama picture award.

In an emotional speech, the director Barry Jenkins thanked his mom saying, "you gave me my life, and I hope being on the stage right now is the fulfillment of the life that you gave me".

Golden Globes 2017 didn't surprise us, but it was a memorable celebration of diversity, rights, dreams and love.