>> One, two, three.>> The red carpet is rolling out, the signage is going up, and that uneasy feeling is setting in. With the cloud of sexual harassment hanging over Hollywood's annual season of self-congratulating, the Golden Globe ceremony on Sunday marks the first test of how the industry will handle the on-going scandals.
Reuters entertainment correspondent Jill Serjeant is in Los Angeles.>> I think the mood in Hollywood leading up to the Golden Globes on Sunday and just award season in general is pretty nervous. People are really not quite sure what to expect, it's usually a big three months of parties and celebrations and congratulations in the industry.
And this year it's really left people wondering quite how to handle the celebrations.>> All eyes will be on first-time host, Seth Meyers and how the late night comedian navigates the traditionally boozy affair and this year's elephant in the room. We talk about difficult things on our show a lot, so we have some practice, we have a good group of writers that when we're talking about difficult things, everybody voices their opinions.
And that's been very helpful to have that conversation backstage before you go onstage and it in front of an audience. So fingers crossed that we hit the right tone, but that's certainly our goal.>> Many women are planning to wear black on the red carpet to signal support for sexual harassment victims, and some of the accused may be noticeably absent.
>> Their movies, or their TV shows have either been overlooked completely and that is the case of The House of Cards, which was a starring vehicle for Kevin Spacey and has been a frequent nominee at the Golden Globes. Also Transparent was a former winner, the comedy, that has no nominations this year.
>> The Golden Globes air live Sunday night.