The Golden Globe-Nominated Casts Currently Giving Us Squad Goals
THE LA LA LAND CAST
There's no doubt about it: the critically acclaimed movie-musical is visually stunning and bound to find a top spot on your "Best Movies of 2016" list — but it's Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone's chemistry (this is the third time they've shared the big screen!) that will leave you awwing all the way through.
THE HIDDEN FIGURES CAST
What do Janelle Monáe, Octavia Spencer and Taraji P. Henson have in common — aside from serving as one of Hollywood's terrific and super-talented trios? They also star together in the buzzy and inspiring docudrama Hidden Figures.
THE JANE THE VIRGIN CAST
"When you are surrounded by empowering and loving women who uplift each other!" wrote star Gina Rodriguez, captioning a pic of her costars — Yael Grobglas, Andrea Navedo and Ivonne Coll — with guest star and legendary singer Gloria Estefan and episode director Eva Longoria.
THE THIS IS US CAST
Who wouldn't want to be a part of a squad this epic? Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia, who play parents on This Is Us, are as relatable as their three kids. Also, any cast that can make us cry, laugh-out-loud and yelp during every episode is basically family at this point.
THE STRANGER THINGS KIDS
The Stranger Things cast may have garnered attention with their impressive acting chops, but the group — made up of Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Finn Wolfhard, Caleb McLaughlin and Noah Schnapp — stole our hearts with their cuteness, many talents, talk show antics and red carpet poses.
THE BLACK-ISH CAST
Never mind the show's pint-sized cuties, Miles Brown and Marsai Martin, and their older counterparts, played by Marcus Scribner and Yara Shahidi — Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross's undeniable on-screen chemistry and hilarious comedic timing keep us tuning in each week … and have us dreaming of getting invited over for family dinner.
THE CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND CAST
Reason no. 34 the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend ladies are #squadgoals: Every day on set is like one big slumber party. "Sometimes I treat my fellow actors like pillows and they just have to be cool with it," Rachel Bloom, the show's co-creator and star, wrote on Instagram.