Golden Globes Nominations by the Numbers

Golden Globes Nominations by the Numbers

“American Hustle,” “12 Years a Slave,” lead film nods, “House of Cards” tops for TV

The Hollywood Foreign Press spread the nomination love even more than usual this year, giving nods to a wide swath of 2013's best television series and films. “12 Years a Slave” and “American Hustle” split top film honors with seven nominations apiece in the drama and comedy or musical categories, respectively. Last year's race saw heavy hitter “Lincoln” standing alone at the top with seven nods, followed by two films with five each.

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On the TV side, HBO dominates the networks with nine nominations. But newcomer Netflix makes an impressive first showing just behind with six – the first time an internet-only service has received any Golden Globe nominations, let alone so many.

Here is the breakdown of nominations by film and distributor and by TV series and network.

TOP FILMS
“12 Years a Slave” – 7
Best Picture – Drama; Best Actor – Drama (Chiwetel Ejiofor); Best Supporting Actress (Lupita Nyong'o); Best Supporting Actor (Michael Fassbender); Best Director (Steve McQueen); Best Screenplay (John Ridley); Best Original Score (Hans Zimmer)

“American Hustle” – 7
Best Picture – Comedy or Musical; Best Actress – Comedy or Musical (Amy Adams); Best Actor – Comedy or Musical (Christian Bale); Best Supporting Actress (Jennifer Lawrence); Best Supporting Actor (Bradley Cooper); Best Director (David O. Russell); Best Screenplay (Eric Warren Singer, David O. Russell)

“Nebraska” - 5
Best Picture – Comedy or Musical; Best Actor – Comedy or Musical (Bruce Dern); Best Actress – Comedy or Musical (June Squibb); Best Director (Alexander Payne); Best Screenplay (Bob Nelson)

“Captain Phillips” - 4
Best Picture – Drama; Best Actor – Drama (Tom Hanks); Best Supporting Actor (Barkhad Abdi); Best Director (Paul Greengrass)

“Gravity” - 4
Best Picture – Drama; Best Actress – Drama (Sandra Bullock); Best Director (Alfonso Cuaron); Best Original Score (Steven Price)

“Inside Llewyn Davis” - 3
Best Picture – Comedy or Musical; Best Actor – Comedy or Musical (Oscar Isaac); Best Original Song (“Please Mr. Kennedy,” Music & Lyrics by Ed Rush, George Cromarty, T Bone Burnett, Justin Timberlake, Joel Coen, Ethan Coen)

“Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom” - 3
Best Actor – Drama (Idris Elba); Best Original Score (Alex Heffes); Best Original Song (“Ordinary Love,” by U2)

“Philomena” - 3
Best Picture – Drama; Best Actress – Drama (Judi Dench); Best Screenplay (Jeff Pope, Steve Coogan)

“Her” - 3
Best Picture – Comedy or Musical; Best Actor – Comedy or Musical (Joaquin Phoenix); Best Screenplay (Spike Jonze)

“August Osage County” - 2
Best Actress – Comedy or Musical (Meryl Streep); Best Supporting Actress (Julia Roberts)

“All is Lost” - 2
Best Actor – Drama (Robert Redford); Best Original Score (Alex Ebert)

“Blue Jasmine” - 2
Best Actress – Drama (Cate Blanchett); Best Supporting Actress (Sally Hawkins)

“Dallas Buyers Club” - 2
Best Actor (Matthew McConaughey); Best Supporting Actor (Jared Leto)

“Frozen” - 2
Best Animated Film; Best Original Song (“Let it Go,” Music & Lyrics by Kristen Anderson Lopez and Robert Lopez)

“Rush” - 2
Best Picture – Drama; Best Supporting Actor (Daniel Bruhl)

“The Wolf of Wall Street” - 2
Best Picture – Comedy or Musical; Best Actor – Comedy or Musical (Leonardo DiCaprio)

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TOP TV SHOWS
“House of Cards” – 4
Best Drama Series; Best Actress – Drama (Robin Wright); Best Actor (Kevin Spacey); Best Supporting Actor (Corey Stoll)

“Breaking Bad” – 3
Best Drama Series; Best Actor – Drama (Bryan Cranston); Best Supporting Actor (Aaron Paul)

“The Good Wife” – 3
Best Drama Series; Best Actress – Drama (Julianna Margulies); Best Supporting Actor (Josh Charles)

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” – 2
Best Comedy Series; Best Actor – Drama (Andy Samberg)

“Girls” – 2
Best Comedy Series; Best Actress – Comedy (Lena Dunham)

“Masters of Sex” – 2
Best Drama Series; Best Actor – Drama (Michael Sheen)

“Modern Family” – 2
Best Comedy Series; Best Supporting Actress – Comedy (Sofia Vergara)

“Parks and Recreation” – 2
Best Comedy Series; Best Actress – Comedy (Amy Poehler)

“Ray Donovan” – 2
Best Actor – Drama (Liev Schreiber)

“The Big Bang Theory” – 2
Best Comedy Series; Best Actor – Comedy (Jim Parsons)

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TOP FILM DISTRIBUTORS
Sony Pictures Releasing & Sony Pictures Classics – 15
“Captain Phillips,” “American Hustle,” “Blue Jasmine,” “Before Midnight,” “The Past”

Fox Searchlight Pictures & 20th Century Fox – 10
“12 Years a Slave,” “Enough Said,” “The Croods,” “The Book Thief”

The Weinstein Company – 9
“Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom,” “One Chance,” “Philomena,” “August: Osage County”

Paramount Pictures – 8
“Nebraska,” “The Wolf of Wall Street,” “Labor Day”

Warner Bros. Pictures – 7
“Gravity,” “Her”

Walt Disney Pictures – 4
“Frozen,” “Saving Mr. Banks,” “The Wind Rises”

CBS Films – 3
“Inside Llewyn Davis”

Lionsgate – 3
“All is Lost,” “Hunger Games: Catching Fire”

Universal – 3
“Rush,” “Despicable Me 2”

Focus Features – 2
“Dallas Buyers Club”

IFC Films – 2
“Blue is the Warmest Color,” “Frances Ha”

Roadside Attractions – 2
“All is Lost”

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TOP NETWORKS
HBO – 9
“Behind the Candelabra,” “Girls,” “Phil Spector,” “Veep”

Starz – 6
“Dancing on the Edge,” “The White Queen”

Netflix – 6
“House of Cards,” “Orange is the New Black,” “Arrested Development”

Showtime – 6
“Masters of Sex,” “Ray Donovan,” “Nurse Jackie,” “House of Lies”

CBS – 5
“The Good Wife,” “The Big Bang Theory”

NBC – 5
“Parks and Recreation,” “Parenthood,” “The Michael J. Fox Show,” “The Blacklist”

ABC – 4
“Modern Family,” “Nashville,” “Scandal,” ”

AMC – 3
“Breaking Bad”

BBC America – 3
“Orphan Black,” “Luther,” “Burton and Taylor”

FOX – 3
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “New Girl”

FX – 2
“American Horror Story: Coven”

Sundance Channel – 2
“Top of the Lake”