Netflix has received a total of 17 nominations at Golden Globes 2020, including its first-ever for best picture, clinching more nominations than any other studio this year (via CNBC News). HBO came in at second spot with 15 Golden Globe nominations.
The streaming video giant has earned 4 best picture nominations with “Marriage Story,” “The Two Popes” and “The Irishman” being nominated for the drama category, while “Dolemite is my Name” earning a nomination in the musical or comedy category.
Netflix’s “The Politician,” “Unbelievable,” “Russian Doll” and “The Crown” have all been recognized by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association as well:
HBO garnered nominations for “Barry,” “Big Little Lies,” “Succession” and “Chernobyl.” Absent from this year’s Globe nominations, however, was HBO’s new show “Watchmen.”
Hulu’s “The Act” was nominated for best actress and best supporting actress, but was left out of the contention for best limited series or television movie.
Amazon Prime Video was once again nominated for “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and “Fleabag.”