Netflix is having another good year when it comes to racking up the Golden Globe nominations. Last year, Netflix topped the list of the most-nominated networks alongside HBO with 12 nods, even if that didn’t translate to many wins for the streaming service. This time around, Netflix has scored 8 nominations for its TV series and another 5 in the film category.
However, Netflix is not the most-nominated “TV” network. This year, that honor goes to FX Networks, which accumulated 10 nominations for its shows like “Atlanta,” “Pose” and “The Americans.”
FX is followed by HBO and Amazon Prime Video, each with 9 nominations a piece.
HBO is usually further ahead because of its top vote getter “Games of Thrones,” but the show’s hiatus meant it wasn’t eligible to compete this year. So, consider this a glimpse of how HBO will fare in the years ahead, when “Game of Thrones’” final season has wrapped.
Instead, HBO shows like “Barry” and “Sharp Objects” helped HBO score.
While Netflix led all streaming services by earning 13 total nominations across film and television,