“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” Quentin Tarantino’s take on the Manson murders, walked away with three awards on Sunday night, the most of any project. The film won best comedy or musical, along with best supporting actor for Brad Pitt and best screenplay for Tarantino. In a possible forecast of the Oscar race, Sam Mendes’s World War I drama “1917” walked away with the best drama prize, as Mendes also shocked the room when he triumphed over Martin Scorsese (“The Irishman”) for best director.

On the TV side, Amazon’s “Fleabag,” HBO’s “Succession” and “Chernobyl” each won two awards. And even though there were jokes during the show about Netflix’s domination, the streaming service only walked away with one for a TV show, as Olivia Colman won best actress for “The Crown.”