|Golden Globe Award for Best Miniseries or Television Film|
|Awarded for||Best Miniseries or Television Film|
|Presented by||Hollywood Foreign Press Association|
|First awarded||February 5, 1971|
|Currently held by||The Queen's Gambit (2020)|
The Golden Globe Awardfor Best Miniseries or Television Film is one of the annual Golden Globe Awards given to the best miniseries or made-for-television film.
Best Television Film
|The Snow Goose||NBC|
|The Homecoming: A Christmas Story||CBS|
|The Last Child||ABC|
|That Certain Summer||ABC|
|The Glass House|
|A War of Children||CBS|
Best Miniseries or Television Film
|The Shadow Box||ABC|
|The Diary of Anne Frank||NBC|
|The Ordeal of Dr. Mudd||CBS|
|Playing for Time|
|A Tale of Two Cities|
|East of Eden||ABC|
|A Long Way Home|
|Murder in Texas||NBC|
|Eleanor, First Lady of the World||CBS|
|In the Custody of Strangers||ABC|
|Two of a Kind||CBS|
|A Woman Called Golda|
|The Thorn Birds||ABC|
|Heart of Steel||ABC|
|Who Will Love My Children?||ABC|
|The Winds of War|
|Something About Amelia||ABC|
|The Burning Bed||NBC|
|A Streetcar Named Desire||ABC|
|The Jewel in the Crown||PBS|
|Death of a Salesman|
|Do You Remember Love?|
|An Early Frost||NBC|
|Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna||NBC|
|Peter the Great||NBC|
|Escape from Sobibor||CBS|
|Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story||NBC|
|After the Promise||CBS|
|Echoes in the Darkness|
|War and Remembrance||ABC|
|Jack the Ripper||CBS|
|The Murder of Mary Phagan||NBC|
|The Tenth Man||CBS|
|I Know My First Name is Steven||NBC|
|My Name Is Bill W.||CBS|
|Roe v. Wade||NBC|
|Family of Spies|
|The Kennedys of Massachusetts||ABC|
|The Phantom of the Opera||NBC|
|One Against the Wind||ABC|
|In a Child's Name||CBS|
|The Josephine Baker Story||HBO|
|Sarah, Plain and Tall||CBS|
|Separate but Equal||ABC|
|Miss Rose White|
|Barbarians at the Gate||HBO|
|And the Band Played On||HBO|
|Columbo: It's All in the Game||ABC|
|The Burning Season||HBO|
|The Return of the Native||BBC|
|Indictment: The McMartin Trial||HBO|
|The Heidi Chronicles||TNT|
|Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story||NBC|
|Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny||HBO|
|Crime of the Century||HBO|
|Hidden in America||Showtime|
|If These Walls Could Talk||HBO|
|12 Angry Men||Showtime|
|Don King: Only in America||HBO|
|Miss Evers' Boys|
|From the Earth to the Moon||HBO|
|The Baby Dance||Showtime|
|Dash and Lilly||A&E|
|Introducing Dorothy Dandridge||HBO|
|Joan of Arc||CBS|
|For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story||HBO|
|On the Beach||Showtime|
|Band of Brothers||HBO|
|Anne Frank: The Whole Story||ABC|
|Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows||ABC|
|The Gathering Storm||HBO|
|Live from Baghdad||HBO|
|Path to War|
|Angels in America||HBO|
|My House in Umbria||HBO|
|The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone|
|The Life and Death of Peter Sellers||HBO|
|American Family: Journey of Dreams||PBS|
|Iron Jawed Angels||HBO|
|The Lion in Winter||Showtime|
|Something the Lord Made||HBO|
|Into the West||TNT|
|Prime Suspect: The Final Act||ITV|
|Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee||HBO|
|Five Days||HBO / BBC|
|The State Within||BBC|
|Bernard and Doris||HBO|
|A Raisin in the Sun||ABC|
|Into the Storm||HBO|
|The Pillars of the Earth||Starz|
|You Don't Know Jack|
|Too Big to Fail|
|Hatfields & McCoys||History|
|Behind the Candelabra||HBO|
|American Horror Story: Coven||FX|
|Dancing on the Edge||BBC|
|Top of the Lake||Sundance Channel|
|The White Queen||Starz|
|The Normal Heart||HBO|
|American Horror Story: Hotel||FX|
|Flesh and Bone||Starz|
|The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story||FX|
|The Night Manager||AMC|
|The Night Of||HBO|
|Big Little Lies||HBO|
|Feud: Bette and Joan|
|Top of the Lake: China Girl||Sundance Channel|
|The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story||FX|
|Escape at Dannemora||Showtime|
|A Very English Scandal||Amazon|
|The Loudest Voice||Showtime|
|The Queen's Gambit||Netflix|
|Normal People||Hulu/BBC Three|
|Small Axe||Amazon Studios/BBC|
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