The Screen Actors Guild officially announced on Friday that none of its members would appear at the Golden Globes.
SAG released the following statement about their decision:
“After considerable outreach to Golden Globe actor nominees and their representatives over the past several weeks, there appears to be unanimous agreement that these actors will not cross WGA picket lines to appear on the Golden Globe Awards as acceptors or presenters. We applaud our members for this remarkable show of solidarity for striking Writers Guild of America writers.
“We have also been asked about our position regarding network talk shows. We urge our members to appear on the two programs that have independent agreements with the WGA, The Late Show with David Letterman and Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. However, actors who are asked to appear on the struck network talk shows will have to cross WGA picket lines, creating the same situation that has led to the consensus among actors to skip the Golden Globes.
“As I have said since this strike began on November 5th, we must stand united with our brothers and sisters at the WGA.”
NBC announced on Friday that the Golden Globes telecast is scheduled to go on regardless next Sunday.