Golden Globes by the Numbers: Who Won the Most Awards

“The Revenant,” “The Martian” and “Mr. Robot” are among multiple honorees at the 2016 ceremony

The 73rd Golden Globe Awards have come and gone, and some winners went home with more trophies than others.

During Sunday’s star-studded ceremony at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California, a number of movies, shows, networks and studios made out better than others.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Alejandro González Iñárritu’s revenge drama, “The Revenant,” took home three awards, including Best Motion Picture, Drama; Best Director (Iñárritu); and Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama (DiCaprio).

USA’s freshman hacker drama, “Mr. Robot,” took home the awards for Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Limited Series or TV Movie (Christian Slater) and Best Television Series, Drama.

Amazon’s “Mozart in the Jungle,” now in its second season, likewise scored a pair of Golden Globes, for Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy and Best Actor in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy
(Gael García Bernal).

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Below are the big winners from the 2016 Golden Globes:

Winners by Film

“The Revenant” — 3
“The Martian”– 2
Steve Jobs” — 2
“Room” — 1
“Joy” — 1
“Spectre” — 1
“Son of Saul” — 1
“Creed” — 1
“Inside Out” — 1
“The Hateful Eight” — 1

Winners by Film Distributor

Twentieth Century Fox — 6
Universal Pictures — 2
A24 — 1
Sony Pictures Classics — 1
Sony Pictures Releasing — 1
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures — 1
Warner Bros. Pictures — 1
The Weinstein Company — 1

Winners by TV Show

Mr. Robot” — 2
“Mozart in the Jungle” — 2
“Empire” — 1
“American Horror Story: Hotel” — 1
“Mad Men”– 1
“Show Me a Hero” — 1
“Wolf Hall” — 1
“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” — 1
“The Affair” — 1

Winners by TV Network

USA — 2
Amazon — 2
Fox — 1
FX — 1
AMC — 1
HBO — 1
The CW — 1
PBS — 1
Showtime — 1