Asked by Samberg if viewers can expect the pair to roast fellow Hollywood celebrities or "go hard into detailed politics stuff", Oh replied: "No, I don't think I could do that".
Ford is a recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille award as well as a four-time Golden Globes nominee, mostly recently in 1995 for "Sabrina".
For networks struggling with declining ratings for their awards-show telecasts, popular films should provide a much-needed boost.
"How many gazillions of people have seen 'Black Panther' and 'Crazy Rich Asians'?" she continued, referring to the massive box office success of the two movies, both featuring ensemble casts consisting primarily of actors of color. "Just speaking for my own community, people cried a lot in [Crazy Rich Asians], and it's not only because it's a great story and a classic romantic comedy - it is because seeing yourself reflected onscreen is really emotional when you don't even know that you're carrying so much grief of never being seen".
Heading into the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards, wherein TV favorites Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg are scheduled to co-host, we wanted to journey back a bit to some of the show's best moments so far. "I think people are ready and could use a little smile".
Ronna McDaniel blasts Mitt Romney, her uncle, for anti-Trump op-ed
He wrote: "With the nation so divided, resentful and angry, presidential leadership in qualities of character is indispensable. Conservative co-host Meghan McCain and Abby Huntsman didn't exactly stand by Romney's op-ed, either.
Christian Bale's political biopic Vice leads the way in nominations on six, ahead of musical drama A Star Is Born and historical comedy-drama The Favourite, which both have five. "I don't think it's shallow to have fun and be honestly celebratory", said Oh, who now stars on the television series "Killing Eve".
The hosting duo interviewed each other for a lead-up piece to Sunday's show for The Hollywood Reporter.
The 24-year-old joins fellow actors Chadwick Boseman, Jessica Chastain, Taraji P Henson, Allison Janney, Gary Oldman, Sam Rockwell and Octavia Spencer on the list of award presenters for Sunday night's ceremony at the Beverly Hilton.
Oh won a Golden Globe in 2006 for her work on "Grey's Anatomy".