Emmys by the Numbers: Nominations by Series, Network, Studios

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The complete show-by-show and network breakdown for the 67th annual awards.

For the second year in a row, HBO's Game of Thrones led the Emmy nominations pack when the HBO fantasy drama based on the best-sellers by George R.R. Martin collected 24 mentions — up from 17 a year ago. American Horror Story came in second with 20 (up from a year ago when it came in third overall). Meanwhile, HBO continued to top all the networks thanks to Thrones and TV movies Olive Kitteridge and Bessie, picking up 126 nominations — up from 99 a year ago. ABC came in second with 42 — up from its fifth-place showing last year thanks in part to How to Get Away With Murder's Viola Davis and John Ridley limited series American Crime.

Here's a look at the nominations by series and network: 

Nominations by series (three or more)

Game of Thrones 24
American Horror Story: Freak Show 20
Olive Kitteridge 13
Bessie 12
House of Cards 11
Mad Men 11
Transparent 11
American Crime 10
Boardwalk Empire 10
Veep 9
Dancing With the Stars 8
Downton Abbey 8
The Oscars 8
Saturday Night Live 8
So You Think You Can Dance 8
Wolf Hall 8
Better Call Saul 7
Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief  7
Houdini 7
Inside Amy Schumer 7
Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck 7
SNL 40th Anniversary Special 7
Silicon Valley 7
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt 7
The Big Bang Theory 7
The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst 6
Key & Peele 6
Late Show With David Letterman 6
Louie 6
Modern Family 6
The Voice 6
Homeland 5
The Knick 5
The Simpsons 5
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown 4
Citizenfour 4
The Colbert Report 4
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart 4
Deadliest Catch 4
Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways 4
The Good Wife 4
Gotham 4
The Honorable Woman 4
The Last Man on Earth 4
Last Week Tonight With John Oliver 4
Orange Is the New Black 4
Project Runway 4
The Walking Dead 4
The Amazing Race 3
Empire 3
57th Annual Grammy Awards 3
Daredevil 3
Masters of Sex 3
Parks and Recreation 3
Penny Dreadful 3
Peter Pan Live 3
The Roosevelts: An Intimate History 3
The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe 3
Sons of Anarchy 3
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Live From Lincoln Center) 3
Texas Rising 3
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 3
68th Annual Tony Awards 3
24: Live Another Day 3
2 Broke Girls 3

By network (three or more)

HBO 126
ABC 42
CBS 41
NBC 41
FX Networks 38
Fox 35
Netflix 34
PBS 29
Comedy Central 25
AMC 24
Showtime 18
Amazon Prime Instant Video 12
History 11
Lifetime 10
Discovery Channel 7
Cinemax 5
CNN 5
Starz 5
Cartoon Network 4
Disney Channel 4
National Geographic Channel 4
SundanceTV 4
Adult Swim 3
Bravo 3

By studio
 
HBO Entertainment 126
20th Century Fox TV/Fox 21/FTVS 59
Universal Television 41
Warner Bros. Television/Warner Horizon 28
Comedy Central Productions 26
Lionsgate Television 24
Broadway Video 21
ABC Studios 19
BBC 18
Sony Pictures Television 18
Amazon Studios 12
Media Rights Capital 11
Dick Clark Productions 10
The Weinstein Co. 8
FX Productions 8
Masterpiece 8
CBS Television Studios 7
Showtime Productions 7
AMC Studios 6
Netflix 5
Fremantle 5
Cinemax Entertainment 5
A&E Studios 4
Starz 2
National Geographic Studios 1

The 67th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, hosted by Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Andy Samberg, will air live Sept. 20 on Fox from the Microsoft Theater in L.A. 

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