Washington, November 24 : The Golden Globe Awards, which suffered a disruption in 2008 and had to adopt another approach for its broadcast, seems set to repeat its cutting act for a second time in a row.
The awards, which generally ranks as the third most-watched awards show each year, behind only the Oscars and the Grammy Awards, may face hampering of the spotlight again owing to a probable strike by the Screen Actors Guild.
The past year had seen the cancellation of the 65th annual Golden Globe awards after the Writers Guild Strike, which had reduced the highly televised red carpet event to just a media announcement of the winner's list.
The Globes, which are set for January 11 on NBC, may just witness another repeat episode if the Screen Actors Guild decide to go on strike that may consequently disrupt the awards season by prohibiting members from showing up at the ceremony.
According to Fox News, the future of the awards perhaps remains disputable with rumours of cost cutting in the big parties staged by the studios surrounding the mega event.