Published On: Mon, Dec 11th, 2017

HBO and Netflix tip a list of Golden Globes nominations

The Golden Globe nominations are out, and once again HBO and Netflix have come out on tip as a most-nominated networks. HBO is down by dual from final year’s sum of 14, though still leads with 12 nods for array including “Big Little Lies,” “The Wizard of Lies,” “Game of Thrones,” and a “The Young Pope.” Meanwhile, Netflix is carrying a ensign year – it scored 9 nominations, a many it has ever received.

That’s a large burst over final year for Netflix, as well, when it perceived only 5 TV nominations – a lowest array given entering a competition only a few years ago.

This time around, Netflix has a participation opposite a array of tip categories.

Its nominations embody “The Crown” and “Stranger Things” for Best TV Drama. The shows’ stars also warranted nods, with David Harbour opposed for Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Limited Series or TV movie, in “Stranger Things,” and Claire Foy for Best Actress in a TV Drama.

“Master of None,” warranted dual nods, including Best TV Comedy and sees Aziz Ansari competing for Best Actor in a TV Comedy. “Ozark’s” Jason Bateman was nominated for Best Actor in a TV Drama; “13 Reasons Why’s” Katherine Langford is nominated for Best Actress in a TV Drama; and “GLOW’s” Alison Brie is nominated for Best Actress in a TV Comedy.

Rounding out a tip 5 networks were FX (8), NBC (5), and Showtime (5).

Netflix also warranted nominations in a film categories, with dual for “Mudbound” (Best Supporting Actress for Mary J. Blige and Best Original Song for Blige’s “Mighty River”) and Best Foreign Language Film for “First They Killed My Father.”

“We are beholden to accept 12 nominations opposite 8 properties in jubilee of a extent of a calm – from film to television, comedy to drama, new to returning series,” pronounced Ted Sarandos, Netflix Chief Content Officer, in a statement. “Thank we to a Hollywood Foreign Press Association for a recognition, and congratulations to a idealist artists and storytellers respected today.”

Notably, a other vital streaming services – Amazon and Hulu – have a many smaller array of nominations this year, compared with Netflix, with only 3 apiece.

That said, Amazon has a good shot during scoring a win interjection to a acclaimed “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” that is favorited to win Best TV Comedy. The series’ star, Rachel Brosnahan, is also nominated for Best Actress in a TV Comedy. Amazon’s third assignment is for “I Love Dick,” where Kevin Bacon is competing for Best Actor in a TV Comedy.

None of Amazon’s movies, however, including “The Big Sick,” “Wonderstruck,” “Last Flag Flying,” or Woody Allen’s “Wonder Wheel” warranted nominations.

Hulu, meanwhile, is still roving high on “The Handmaid’s Tale,” with Ann Dowd’s assignment for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Limited Series or TV movie; and Elisabeth Moss’s Best Actress in a TV Drama nomination; The uncover itself also warranted a Best TV Drama nod.

While this year’s nominations put HBO in a lead in terms of networks, that doesn’t meant it will travel divided with a many – or even, any – wins. At a final ceremony, Amazon and Netflix finished adult scoring only a few Golden Globes and HBO left empty-handed, notwithstanding carrying entered a competition with 14 chances to win.


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