Golden Globes Nominees by the Numbers: Netflix Rules in Both TV and Film

Streaming giant takes the crown with “The Crown” and “The Irishman,” among other critical darlings

Last Updated: December 9, 2019 @ 7:21 AM

The 2020 Golden Globes nominees are in, and Netflix took the crown for both TV and film, garnering 17 nods in both mediums. On the small screen, HBO was runner up with 15. Sony got the second-most nominations for a movie distributor with eight.

In terms of individual television series, Netflix’s “The Crown” and “Unbelievable” matched HBO’s “Chernobyl” with four apiece. A logjam earned a trio of opportunities: “Barry,” “Big Little Lies,” “Fleabag,” “Fosse/Verdon,” “The Kominsky Method,” “The Morning Show” and “Succession.”

“Marriage Story” was the most nominated movie with six nods. It was followed by “The Irishman” and “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood,” both of which got five. “Joker” and “The Two Popes” have four chances apiece at a Golden Globe statuette next month.

See how the nominations break down below by film, by series, and by their respective distributors, below.

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
LD Entertainment/Roadside Attractions: 1
STXfilms: 1

Nominations by Television Network
Netflix: 17
HBO: 15
Hulu: 5
Prime Video: 5
FX Networks: 4
Apple TV+ 3
Showtime: 3
BBC America: 2
USA Network: 1

Nominations by Motion Picture
“Marriage Story”: 6
“The Irishman”: 5
“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
“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”: 1
“Booksmart”: 1
“Cats”: 1
“Ford v Ferrari”: 1
“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World”: 1
“Hustlers”: 1
“Judy”: 1
“Late Night”: 1
“Les Miserables”: 1
“Missing Link”: 1
“Motherless Brooklyn”: 1
“Portrait of a Lady on Fire”: 1
“The Report”: 1
“Richard Jewell”: 1
“Toy Story 4”: 1
“Where’d You Go, Bernadette:” 1

Nominations by Television Series or Program
“Chernobyl”: 4
“The Crown”: 4
“Unbelievable”: 4
“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
“Catherine the Great”: 1
“Dead to Me”: 1
“Game of Thrones”: 1
“Living With Yourself”: 1
“Mr. Robot”: 1
“On Becoming a God in Central Florida”: 1
“Pose”: 1
“Ramy”: 1
“Russian Doll”: 1
“The Spy”: 1

The 2020 Golden Globe Awards, hosted by Ricky Gervais, take place Sunday, Jan. 5 starting at 8/7c on NBC.

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