Golden Globes 2015: Nominations by the Numbers

“Birdman,” Fox Searchlight, HBO and “Fargo” best the competition in number of nominations

Last Updated: December 12, 2014 @ 7:41 AM

“Birdman” and its distributor Fox Searchlight Films are the top Golden Globes contenders in the movie categories, with seven and 12 nominations, respectively, while HBO has once again dominated the television categories, thanks in part to four nominations for “True Detective” — but that’s not the top show.

FX’s mini-series “Fargo” scored five nominations from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. The basic cable network racked up a total of eight, with two nominations for “American Horror Story: Freak Show” and one for “Louie.”

Meanwhile, Showtime boasted the most nominations in the premium cable network’s history with nine total, led by three for freshmen series “The Affair” and two for crime drama “Ray Donovan” in the acting departments.

Netflix, which won its first Golden Globe last year when “House of Cards” star Robin Wright took one home for her role as the scheming Claire Underwood, came back strong this year with seven nominations total.

Take a look at the complete breakdown of the nominations by movies, distributors, TV shows and networks, below:

Nominations by Movies:

“Birdman” – 7
“Boyhood” – 5
“The Imitation Game” –  5
“Selma” – 4
“The Theory of Everything” – 4
“Gone Girl” – 4
“The Grand Budapest Hotel” – 4
“Foxcatcher” – 3
“Into the Woods” – 3
“Big Eyes” – 3
“St. Vincent” – 2
“Annie” – 2
“Wild” – 1
“Nightcrawler” – 1
“Pride” – 1
“The Hundred Foot Journey” – 1
“Maps to the Stars” – 1
“Inherent Vice” – 1
“Big Hero 6” – 1
“The Book of Life” – 1
“The Boxtrolls” – 1
“How to Train Your Dragon 2” – 1
“The Lego Movie” – 1
“The Judge” – 1
“Whiplash” – 1
“Noah” – 1
“Hunger Games: Mockingjay” – 1
“Intersteller” – 1
“A Most Violent Year” – 1
“Still Alice” – 1
“Cake” – 1

Nominations by Distributors:

Fox Searchlight Films – 12
“Birdman,” “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” “Wild”
The Weinstein Company – 10
“The Imitation Game,” “St. Vincent,” “Big Eyes”
Paramount Pictures – 6
“Selma,” “Interstellar,” “Noah”
Focus – 6
“The Theory of Everything,” “Maps to the Stars,” “The Boxtrolls”
20th Century Fox – 6
“Gone Girl,” “How to Train Your Dragon 2,” “The Book of Life”
Sony Pictures Classics – 6
“Foxcatcher,” “Leviathan,” “Still Alice,” “Whiplash”
Disney – 5
“Into the Woods,” “Big Hero 6,” “The Hundred Foot Journey”
IFC Films – 5
“Boyhood”
Warner Bros. – 3
“Inherent Vice,” “The Judge,” “The Lego Movie”
Sony – 2
“Annie”
Music Box Films – 2
“Gett: The Trial of Viviane,” “Ida”
Lionsgate – 1
“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1”
Open Road Films – 1
“Nightcrawler”
CBS Films – 1
“Pride”
Magnolia Pictures – 1
“Force Majeure Turist”
A24 – 1
“A Most Violent Year”
Cinelou Releasing – 1
“Cake”
Allfilm – 1
“Tangerines Mandariinid”

Nominations by Television:

“Fargo” – 5
“True Detective” – 4
“The Affair” – 3
“Orange Is the New Black” – 3
“The Normal Heart” – 3
“Olive Kitteridge” – 3
“The Good Wife” – 3
“House of Cards” – 3
“Girls” – 2
“Transparent” – 2
“Downton Abbey” – 2
“Ray Donovan” –  2
“Jane the Virgin” – 2
“American Horror Story: Freak Show” – 2
“The Missing” – 2
“Game of Thrones” – 1
“Homeland” – 1
“How to Get Away WIth Murder” – 1
“The Knick” – 1
“The Blacklist” – 1
“Silicon Valley” – 1
“Nurse Jackie” – 1
“Veep” – 1
“Louie” – 1
“House of Lies” – 1
“Derek” – 1
“Shameless” – 1
“The Honorable Woman” – 1
“Mom” – 1

Nominations by Network:

HBO – 15
“Game of Thrones,” “Olive Kitteridge,” “True Detective,” “The Normal Heart,” “Girls,” “Veep,” “Silicon Valley”
Showtime – 9
“The Affair,” “Homeland,” “House of Lies,” “Shameless,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Ray Donovan”
FX – 8
“American Horror Story: Freak Show,” “Louie,” “Fargo
Netflix – 7
“House of Cards,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “Derek”
CBS – 4
“Mom,” “The Good Wife”
PBS – 2
“Downton Abbey”
Amazon – 2
“Transparent”
CW – 2
“Jane the Virgin”
Starz – 1
“The Missing”
Cinemax – 1
“The Knick”
Sundance TV
“The Honorable Woman”
NBC – 1
“The Blacklist”
ABC – 1
“How to Get Away with Murder”