Golden Globes: Nominations by Series, Network, Studio

FX's Emmy-winning 'Fargo' was the most nominated, while HBO continued to have a good showing and Fox was shut out as a network
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'Fargo'

A year after Universal Television and Fox's Brooklyn Nine-Nine took home wins in the comedy category, the studio and network were both shut out of Thursday's Golden Globe nominations.

Instead, FX's Noah Hawley anthology, Fargo, led the pack with five nominations, with HBO again scoring the most nominations. Perennial favorite AMC was also shut out as Breaking Bad was no longer eligible and Mad Men was completely snubbed.

Here's the breakdown of nominations by series, network and studio for the 72nd Golden Globe Awards:

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By series:

Fargo 5
True Detective 4
The Affair 3
The Good Wife 3
House of Cards 3
The Normal Heart 3
Olive Kitteridge 3
Orange Is the New Black 3
American Horror Story: Freak Show 2
Downton Abbey 2
Girls 2
Jane the Virgin 2
The Missing 2
Ray Donovan 2
Transparent 2
The Blacklist 1
Derek 1
Game of Thrones 1
Homeland 1
The Honorable Woman 1
House of Lies 1
How to Get Away With Murder 1
The Knick 1
Louie 1
Mom 1
Nurse Jackie 1
Shameless 1
Silicon Valley 1
Veep 1

By network:

HBO 15
Showtime 9
FX 8
Netflix 7
CBS 4
Amazon 2
PBS 2
Starz 2
The CW 2
ABC 1
Cinemax 1
NBC 1
Sundance TV 1

By studio:

HBO 15
Showtime 6
FX Productions 6
CBS Television Studios 5
MGM 5
BBC 3
MRC 3
Lionsgate 4
20th Century Fox Television 3
PBS 2
Warner Bros. Television 2
Amazon 2
Sony Pictures Television 1
Channel 4 1
ABC Studios 1
Cinemax 1

Email: Lesley.Goldberg@THR.com
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