Streaming pioneer Netflix cleaned up at the Golden Globe nominations Thursday, leading the TV nods with eight and earning one for its first feature film, reflecting the rise of online studios in producing original content.
The nominations scored by Netflix for the 73rd Golden Globe Awards came for six different scripted series — from repeat contenders “House of Cards” and “Orange Is The New Black” to new drug cartel drama “Narcos.”
Other digital broadcasters also did well, with Amazon earning five nominations and Hulu nabbing its first.
Cable broadcasters trailed behind their digital peers, with perennial awards giant HBO earning seven nominations and Starz getting six.
Traditional networks ABC, CBS and Fox meanwhile combined for a paltry nine nominations. And NBC, the network broadcasting the Golden Globes from Beverly Hills on January 10, was entirely left out in the cold. Read more