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

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HBO continued to lead the pack (even without 'Game of Thrones') as 'Westworld' and 'Saturday Night Live' were the most-nominated programs.

With Game of Thrones ineligible for this year's Emmys, there was a tie for the most-nominated show among Thursday's Emmy nominations — and one of them was from HBO, too.

Freshman Westworld and Saturday Night Live led the pack with 22 noms each, with NBC's variety show growing its record haul to a total of 231 following a season packed with election sketches. Rounding out the top three are FX anthology Feud: Bette and Joan and Netflix's 1980s sci-fi drama Stranger Things with 18 apiece and last year's outstanding comedy winner Veep coming in third with 17 nominations.

On the network side, even without Game of Thrones, HBO still led the field — and grew its sum from last year's 94 to 110 on the backs of Westworld, Veep, Big Little Lies, The Night Of, Silicon Valley and Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, among others. Netflix went from third a year ago to second, jumping from 56 to 91 due in part to the watercooler hit Stranger Things. Thanks to freshman breakout This Is Us, NBC rocketed from fourth a year ago to third, growing from 41 to 60 this season. And FX Networks, which was down only two, fell to fourth with 54. (Here's last year's list for reference.)

Nominations by network (three or more)

HBO 111
Netflix 91
NBC 64
FX Networks 55
ABC 33
CBS 29
Fox 20
Hulu 18
Amazon 16
National Geographic 15
Showtime 15
AMC 13
PBS 11
A&E 10
BBC America 10
VH1 8
Lifetime 6
Comedy Central 5
Disney Channel 5

Nominations by program (five or more)

Saturday Night Live  22
Westworld  22
Feud: Bette and Joan  18
Stranger Things  18
Veep  17
Big Little Lies 16
Fargo  16
The Crown  13
The Handmaid's Tale  13
The Night Of  13
This Is Us  11
Genius  10
Planet Earth II  10
Silicon Valley  10
Better Call Saul  9
Last Week Tonight With John Oliver  8
Master of None  8
The Voice  8
13th  8
Dancing With the Stars  7
Hairspray Live  7
RuPaul's Drag Race  7
Transparent  7
Atlanta  6
Born This Way  6
House of Cards  6
O.J.: Made in America  6
The Oscars  6
Super Bowl LI Halftime Show  6
Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown  5
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — The Touring Years  5
Project Runway  5
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt  5

Nominations by studio

HBO 111
Netflix 91
20th Century Fox/Fox 21 TV Studios 63
Warner Bros. Television/Warner Horizon Television 48
Universal Television 47
Sony Pictures Television 35
MGM Television 44
FX Productions 30
Broadway Video 29
BBC 19
ABC Studios 17
Amazon Studios 15
CBS Television Studios 12
AMC Studios 3
Paramount Television 2

The 69th annual Primetime Emmys are set to air on CBS on Sunday, Sept. 18, again from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.