The Night Manager nominated for four Golden Globe Awards
The Night Manager has scored four nominations for the Golden Globe Awards, where a host of British talent is up for honours.
The BBC show is nominated for best limited series or film made for television, while its stars, Tom Hiddleston, Olivia Colman and Hugh Laurie, received nods in the acting categories.
Hiddleston will compete for best actor in a limited series or film made for television along with fellow Briton Riz Ahmed, who is nominated for his role in The Night Of.
Colman will battle for the award for best supporting actress in a limited series or film made for television with Thandie Newton, who is nominated for Westworld, and Lena Headey from Game Of Thrones.
Laurie is nominated for best supporting actor and will go head to head with John Lithgow, who is nominated for his portrayal of Sir Winston Churchill in Netflix drama The Crown.
Charlotte Rampling is nominated for best actress in a limited series or film made for television for her performance in London Spy.
In the film categories, Patel and Aaron Taylor Johnson will compete for best supporting actor for their roles in Lion and Nocturnal Animals respectively.
Meryl Streep, who will receive the Cecil B DeMille Award for career achievement, is nominated for best actress in a musical or comedy film for Florence Foster Jenkins.
Hollywood stars Anna Kendrick, Don Cheadle and Laura Dern are announcing the nominees at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.
A number of other British stars are nominated for awards.
Hugh Grant is up for best actor in a musical or comedy film for his performance in Florence Foster Jenkins.
Lily Collins - the daughter of musician Phil Collins - is nominated for best actress in a musical or comedy for her role in Warren Beatty's Rules Don't Apply.
Andrew Garfield is nominated for best actor in a film drama for his performance as conscientious objector Desmond Doss in Mel Gibson's Second World War drama Hacksaw Ridge.
Skyfall star Naomie Harris received a nod for best supporting actress for her role as a crack addict in coming-of-age drama Moonlight.
Claire Foy is nominated for best actress in a television drama series for her portrayal of the Queen in The Crown.
Musical La La Land, which is being tipped as a favourite for Oscar success, received the most Golden Globe nominations with seven, including nods for stars Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone.
Mel Gibson, who has been marred in controversy in recent years, is nominated for best director for Hacksaw Ridge.
The film marked the Braveheart star's return to directing for the first time in 10 years following his controversial anti-Semitic rant after a drink-driving arrest in 2006.
Amy Adams, Jessica Chastain, Isabelle Huppert, Ruth Negga and Natalie Portman will compete for best actress in a film drama.
Casey Affleck, who received a Critics' Choice Award for his performance as a troubled janitor in Manchester By The Sea, is nominated for best actor in a film drama.
He will compete with Joel Edgerton (Loving), Garfield (Hacksaw Ridge), Viggo Mortensen (Captain Fantastic) and Denzel Washington (Fences)
La La Land will compete for best musical comedy film with superhero film Deadpool, Florence Foster Jenkins, Sing Street and 20th Century Women.
Hacksaw Ridge, Hell Or High Water, Lion, Manchester By The Sea and Moonlight are nominated for best film in the drama category.
The Crown will battle for best television drama series with Game Of Thrones, Stranger Things, US drama This Is Us and Westworld.