Emmy Nominations Were Announced – Here’s How Hulu, Netflix, & Amazon Stacked Up





Emmy Nominations were announced on Tuesday and streaming services held their own against other networks. These are the networks that earned the most nominations this year:

  • HBO 137 (108 last year)
  • Netflix 117 (112 last year)
  • NBC 58 (78 last year)
  • Amazon Prime Video 47 (22 last year)
  • CBS 43 (35 last year)
  • FX Networks 32 (50 last year)
  • ABC 26 (31 last year)
  • Hulu 20 (27 last year)
  • Fox 18 (16 last year)
  • Showtime 18 (21 last year)
  • CNN 17 (10 last year)
  • VH1 14 (12 last year)
  • National Geographic 13 (17 last year)
  • AMC 11 (1 last year)

Unsurprisingly, Game of Thrones was the series with the most nominations at 32. Here are some highlights from streaming service original series:

  • Amazon Prime’s Marvelous Mrs. Maisel was just behind GOT with 20 nominations
  • When They See Us, a Netflix Original, came in at 16 nominations
  • Russian Doll on Netflix has 11 nominations
  • Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale also earned 11 nominations.

Stars of streaming service originals showed up in many categories. Here are just a few names that appeared on the list of nominations:

  • Robin Wright for Lead Actress in a Drama Series on House of Cards
  • Christina Applegate for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series on Dead to Me
  • Natasha Lyonne for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series on Russian Doll
  • Jharrel Jerome for Lead Actor in a Limited Series on When They See Us
  • Joey King for Lead Actress in a Limited Series on The Act
  • Tony Shalhoub for Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series on Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Variety posted the full list of nominations here.

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