How Netflix dominates the 2020 Golden Globes nominations

• The company has 34 nominations across the TV and film categories.

Streaming platform Netflix has taken over the Golden Globes! The list of outstanding Netflix original productions has been growing steadily over the past few years and the hard work is paying off big time in the Golden Globes 2020 nominations list released this morning in Hollywood.

The company has 34 nominations across the TV and film categories.

That is a stunning result for a platform that didn’t start making original productions until 2013 when House of Cards made a massive impact. The Washington drama won Netflix its first Golden Globes in 2014 for Robin Wright’s performance as Claire Underwood.

Here are the 2020 lists that shows just how dominant Netflix productions have become in the entertainment world.

NOMINATIONS BY MOTION PICTURE DISTRIBUTOR

Netflix 17
Sony Pictures Releasing 8
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures 6
Warner Bros. Pictures 6
Lionsgate 5
Universal Pictures 5
NEON 4
Amazon Studios 3
Paramount Pictures 3
United Artists Releasing 3
A24 2
Focus Features 2
Fox Searchlight Pictures 2
Sony Pictures Classics 2

NOMINATIONS BY TELEVISION NETWORK

Netflix 17
HBO 15
hulu 5
Prime Video 5
FX Networks 4
Apple TV+ 3
Showtime 3
BBC America 2

NOMINATIONS BY MOTION PICTUREMOTION PICTURE
Marriage Story 6 (Netflix)
The Irishman 5 (Netflix)
Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood 5
Joker 4
The Two Popes 4
1917 3
Knives Out 3
Parasite 3
Rocketman 3
Bombshell 2
Dolemite Is My Name 2
The Farewell 2
Frozen 2 2
Harriet 2
Jojo Rabbit 2
The Lion King 2
Little Women 2
Pain and Glory 2

NOMINATIONS BY TELEVISION SERIES OR PROGRAM

Chernobyl 4
The Crown 4 (Netflix)
Unbelievable 4 (Netflix)
Barry 3
Big Little Lies 3
Fleabag 3
Fosse/Verdon 3
The Kominsky Method 3
The Morning Show 3
Succession 3
The Act 2
Catch-22 2
Killing Eve 2
The Loudest Voice 2
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel 2
The Politician 2

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