Golden Globes: Wins by Network, Program, Film, Studio
Lionsgate and FX scored the most nods, while HBO, Fox and The Weinstein Co. went home empty-handed.
Sunday's Golden Globes were a big night for Lionsgate and FX, which collected the most wins in the film and television categories, respectively.
Lionsgate's Summit release La La Land won in all seven film categories for which it was nominated, setting a new record for most Golden Globes won by a single film. Sony Pictures Classics took home two honors for Elle, while A24 (Moonlight), Amazon (Manchester by the Sea), Focus (Nocturnal Animals), Paramount (Fences) and Disney (Zootopia) each won in one category. Fox (Hidden Figures, Rules Don't Apply, Deadpool), The Weinstein Co. (Lion and Sing Street) were among the studios with multiple nominations that went home empty-handed.
FX collected the most wins in the television categories, as Atlanta and The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story won two awards apiece. AMC followed with three prizes for The Night Manager, the TV program that won the most on the night. Netflix won in two categories, thanks to The Crown, and ABC (Black-ish) and Amazon (Goliath) took one each. HBO, which entered the ceremony with 14 mentions (Game of Thrones, Veep, The Night Of, Divorce and Westworld), NBC (This Is Us), Starz (Outlander, The Dresser, The Girlfriend Experience), The CW (Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend) and USA (Mr. Robot) were among the networks with multiple nominations that didn't win any awards.
Wins by film studio:
Sony Pictures Classics: 2
Amazon Studios: 1
Focus Features: 1
Paramount Pictures: 1
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures: 1
Wins by television network:
Amazon Video: 1
Wins by film:
La La Land: 7
Manchester by the Sea: 1
Nocturnal Animals: 1
Wins by television program:
The Night Manager: 3
The Crown: 2
The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story: 2