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It was a big night for Amazon and The CW at the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday.
Amazon Studios won its first-ever Golden Globes — collecting two statuettes for Transparent, which got the nod for best comedy series and best actor in a comedy for star Jeffrey Tambor.
The CW, as predicted, won its first Golden Globe as well, for breakout star Gina Rodriguez‘s role in Jane the Virgin. The network’s single win tied it with perennial powerhouse HBO, which despite 15 nominations only managed to net one trophy, for Matt Bomer‘s performance in telepic The Normal Heart. Showtime netted two wins for its new series The Affair, which got the nod for best drama series and best drama actress for Ruth Wilson.
FX also won two Golden Globes, both for miniseries Fargo. Noah Hawley‘s anthology won for best miniseries, while Billy Bob Thornton took home the best actor in a miniseries or TV movie.
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On the film side, it was a three-way tie between studios with three wins apiece. Fox Searchlight can thank Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel for its three total wins on the night. Birdman took the title of best screenplay, its star Michael Keaton won for best drama actor and The Grand Budapest Hotel won best motion picture, comedy or musical.
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IFC Films also won three Golden Globes — all for Boyhood. The film was up for five nominations, nabbing wins for best drama, best director and best supporting actress. Sony Pictures Classics also won three awards — acting honors for Still Alice and Whiplash and the foreign-film win for Leviathan.
Below is a full list of wins by program, studio and network.
Wins by programs:
The Affair: 2
House of Cards: 1
The Normal Heart: 1
Jane the Virgin: 1
Downton Abbey: 1
The Honorable Woman: 1
Wins by motion picture:
The Theory of Everything: 2
Big Eyes: 1
Still Alice: 1
The Grand Budapest Hotel: 1
How to Train Your Dragon 2: 1
Wins by network:
Sundance TV: 1
The CW: 1
Wins by studio:
Fox Searchlight: 3
Sony Pictures Classics: 3
Focus Features: 2
The Weinstein Co.: 1
DreamWorks Animation: 1
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