The Hollywood Foreign Press Association revealed its nominations this morning for the 73rd annual Golden Globe Awards in TV and film categories, and on the TV side Netflix earned more nominations than any other network.
Netflix tops the list with eight nominations, including two for “Narcos” and two for “Orange Is the New Black.” Close behind is HBO with seven nods, followed by Starz with six, Amazon Video and FX with five apiece and ABC, Fox and PBS with four each.
The nominees for Best Television Series, Drama, are “Mr. Robot” (USA), “Empire” (Fox), “Outlander” (Starz), “Game of Thrones” (HBO) and “Narcos” (Netflix).
In the category of Best Television Series, Comedy or Musical, the nominees are “Casual” (Hulu), “Mozart in the Jungle” (Amazon), “Orange Is the New Black” (Netflix), “Silicon Valley” (HBO), “Transparent” (Amazon) and “Veep” (HBO).
Five shows tied for the lead in nominations among individual programs, with “American Crime,” “Fargo,” “Mr. Robot,” “Outlander,” “Transparent” and “Wolf Hall” each receiving three nominations.
The awards will be presented Jan. 10 in a ceremony hosted by Ricky Gervais, with NBC carrying the broadcast.
Please click here to see the full list of nominees in the TV and motion picture categories.