Golden Globes: Nominations by Film, Distributor, TV Program, Network

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More than a dozen movies and TV shows earned multiple nominations.

Netflix dominated the 2020 Golden Globe nominations across both television and film categories on Monday — particularly in the latter field, with Marriage Story earning a whopping six nods.

The Irishman proved to be another Netflix heavyweight, as it followed closely behind Noah Baumbach's divorce tale with five noms. The rest of the films that topped this year's competition span traditional studios, including Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which also scored five mentions. Joker and The Two Popes will vie for four Globes, while 1917, Knives Out, Parasite and Rocketman will each compete for three.

On the TV side, Netflix met its match with HBO. The streaming giant's Unbelievable and The Crown earned four noms a piece, as did HBO's chronicle of the 1986 nuclear power plant accident, Chernobyl, but Barry, Big Little Lies and Succession also upped the pay cabler's total takeaway with the dramas notching three mentions each.

Other TV shows with the potential to win big include Amazon's Fleabag, along with Apple TV's The Morning Show

See the breakdown below.

Noms by film
Marriage Story - 6
The Irishman - 5
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - 5
Joker - 4
The Two Popes - 4
1917 - 3
Knives Out - 3
Parasite - 3
Rocketman - 3
Bombshell - 2
Dolemite Is My Name - 2
The Farewell - 2
Frozen 2 - 2
Harriet - 2
Jojo Rabbit - 2
The Lion King - 2
Little Women - 2
Pain and Glory - 2
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood - 1
Booksmart - 1
Cats - 1
Ford v Ferrari - 1
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World - 1
Hustlers - 1
Judy - 1
Late Night - 1
Les Misérables - 1
Missing Link - 1
Motherless Brooklyn - 1
Portrait of a Lady on Fire - 1
The Report - 1
Richard Jewell - 1
Toy Story 4 - 1
Where'd You Go, Bernadette - 1

Noms by distributor
Netflix - 17
Sony Pictures Entertainment - 10
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures - 6
Warner Bros. Pictures - 6
Lionsgate - 5
Universal Pictures - 5
Neon - 4
Amazon Studios - 3
Paramount Pictures - 3
United Artists Releasing - 3
A24 - 2
Focus Features - 2
Fox Searchlight Pictures - 2
LD Entertainment/Roadside Attractions - 1
STXfilms - 1

Noms by TV program
Chernobyl - 4
The Crown - 4
Unbelievable - 4
Barry - 3
Big Little Lies - 3
Fleabag - 3
Fosse/Verdon - 3
The Kominsky Method - 3
The Morning Show - 3
Succession - 3
The Act - 2
Catch-22 - 2
Killing Eve - 2
The Loudest Voice - 2
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel - 2
The Politician - 2
Catherine the Great - 1
Dead to Me - 1
Game of Thrones - 1
Living With Yourself - 1
Mr. Robot - 1
On Becoming a God in Central Florida - 1
Pose - 1
Ramy - 1
Russian Doll - 1
The Spy - 1

Noms by network
Netflix - 17
HBO -  15
Hulu - 5
Amazon Prime Video - 5
FX Networks - 4
Apple TV+ - 3
Showtime - 3
BBC America - 2
USA Network - 1

The 77th annual Golden Globe Awards are set to air live on NBC on Sunday, Jan. 5, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. Ricky Gervais is returning to host for a record fifth time.