On Monday, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association — which is the organization that puts on the Golden Globe Awards — announced that the 76th Golden Globe Awards will take place on Jan. 6, 2019, Deadline reports. The thing is, there's currently no network lined up to air it.

NBC has broadcast the film and TV awards ceremony since 1993, but the network's deal with the HFPA and producer dick clark productions expired earlier this year, and the parties didn't come to a new deal. So the show has been shopped around, with CBS and Fox expressing interest. But NBC is reportedly close to finalizing a new deal, since NBC has the right to match any qualifying offer. It's like free agency in sports.

Either way, the show must go on, and the Golden Globes are set for Jan. 6, barring any communication breakdowns. Nominations will be announced Dec. 6.

2018's big Golden Globes winners included Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Big Little Lies and The Handmaid's Tale.