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Golden Globes Winners by the Numbers

These TV networks and film distributors better clear some mantle space for their new trophies

The curtain has closed on the 72nd Annual Golden Globes Awards, and the trophies are heading home — after a party, of course … or two or three, but who’s counting tonight?

Speaking of summations, “Boyhood” had a big night, taking home three film awards. “The Affair” grabbed two on the TV side.

While Richard Linklater‘s film stood alone in trophy totals, FX’s “Fargo” and Amazon’s “Transparent” matched the aforementioned new Showtime series.

“Birdman” and “The Theory of Everything” grabbed two awards apiece.

Movie distributor-wise, Sony Pictures Classics and Fox Searchlight Pictures matched “Boyhood’s” IFC Films with their own trifectas.

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Below are the TV Networks and film distributors who took home the gold, tallied up and ranked by how many statues are gracing each display case.

Winners by motion picture distributor:
Fox Searchlight Pictures: 3
IFC Films: 3
Sony Pictures Classics: 3
Focus Features: 2
Paramount Pictures: 1
Twentieth Century Fox: 1
The Weinstein Company: 1

Winners by television network:
Amazon Instant Video: 2
FX: 2
Showtime: 2
The CW: 1
HBO: 1
Netflix: 1
PBS Masterpiece: 1
Sundance TV: 1

Winners by motion picture:
“Boyhood”: 3
“Birdman”: 2
“The Theory of Everything”: 2
“Big Eyes”: 1
“The Grand Budapest Hotel”: 1
“How to Train Your Dragon 2”: 1
“Leviathan”: 1
“Selma”: 1
“Still Alice:” 1
“Whiplash”: 1

Winners by television series or program:
“The Affair”: 2
“Fargo:” 2
“Transparent”: 2
“Downton Abbey”: 1
“Jane the Virgin”: 1
“The Honorable Woman”: 1
“House of Cards”: 1
“The Normal Heart”: 1