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Netflix once again controls Golden Globe TELEVISION nominations

NEW YORK– Netflix rode the ravenous appetite for TV material during a year of pandemic viewership to a dominant showing at the Golden World elections.

The streaming giant scooped up 20 small-screen nods– nearly 3 times as many as its closest rival, HBO, and beating the 17 TV elections it got in 2015. By one price quote, Netflix will spend about $19 billion on video content in 2021.

Netflix protected 3 out of the five elections for best drama TELEVISION series– “The Crown,” “Ozark” and “Ratched”– and 4 of the five acting nods for best actress because category for Olivia Colman, Emma Corrin, Laura Linney and Sarah Paulson.

” Many folks with their company have one of two things– they have amount or they have quality. Netflix has both. So naturally they’re going to get more nominations,” said Dan Rayburn, a primary expert at Frost & Sullivan.

This image launched by Amazon Studios reveals John Boyega in a scene from “Little Axe.” Boyega was nominated for a Golden Globe for best supporting star in the TV series, limited series or motion picture. (Amazon Studios through AP).

This image launched by Pop Television shows Catherine O’Hara in a scene from “Schitt’s Creek.” O’Hara was chosen for a Golden World for finest starlet in a funny or musical for her role in the tv series. (Pop TV by means of AP).

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This image launched by Netflix reveals Julia Garner in a scene from “Ozark.” Garner was nominated for a Golden World for best supporting starlet in a TELEVISION series. (Steve Dietl/Netflix by means of AP).

This image released by Netflix shows Gillian Anderson in a scene from “The Crown.” Anderson was chosen for a Golden Globe for best supporting starlet in a TV series. (Des Willie/Netflix by means of AP).

This image released by Pop Television shows Eugene Levy in a scene from “Schitt’s Creek.” Levy was chosen for a Golden Globe for finest star in a musical or funny series. (Ian Watson/Pop TV via AP).

This image released by Netflix shows Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret in a scene from “The Crown.” Carter was nominated for a Golden Globe for best supporting starlet in a TELEVISION series. (Des Willie/Netlfix by means of AP).

This image launched by Showtime shows Don Cheadle in a scene from “Black Monday.” Cheadle was chosen for a Golden Globe for finest actor in a musical/comedy series. (Nicole Wilder/Showtime by means of AP).

This image launched by HBO Max shows Griffin Matthews, left, and Kaley Cuoco in a scene from the series “The Flight Attendant.” The show was chosen for a Golden Globe for finest musical or funny series on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021. (Phil Caruso/HBO Max via AP).

This image launched by HBO Max shows Kaley Cuoco, left, and Michiel Huisman in a scene from “The Flight Attendant.” Cuoco was chosen for a Golden Globe for best actress in a funny or musical for her role in the tv series. (Phil Caruso/HBO Max by means of AP).

This image released by NBC shows Jane Levy, left, and Skylar Astin in a scene from “Zoey’s Remarkable Playlist.” Levy was chosen for a Golden Globe for best starlet in a musical/comedy series on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021. (Sergei Bachlakov/NBC by means of AP).

This image launched by Netflix shows Lily Collins in a scene from the series “Emily in Paris.” The program was chosen for a Golden World for best musical/comedy series. Collins was also chosen for best starlet in a funny or musical for her function. (Netflix through AP).

This image released by Netflix shows Sarah Paulson in a scene from “Ratched.” Paulson was nominated for a Golden World for best actress in a drama for her function in the tv series. The series was also chosen for best drama. (Saeed Adyani/Netflix through AP).

This image launched by Disney Plus reveals Pedro Pascal in a scene from “The Mandalorian.” The show was nominated for a Golden World for finest drama series on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021. (Disney Plus through AP).

This image released by Netflix reveals Laura Linney, left and Jason Bateman in a scene from “Ozark.” The program was nominated for a Golden World for best drama series on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021. (Steve Dietl/Netflix by means of AP).

This image launched by Netflix reveals Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II in a scene from “The Crown.” The show was nominated for a Golden World for finest drama series on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021. (Liam Daniel/Netflix by means of AP).

This image launched by HBO reveals, from left, Courtney B. Vance, Jurnee Smollett and Jonathan Majors in a scene from “Lovecraft Country.” The show was chosen for a Golden Globe for finest drama series on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021. (HBO by means of AP).

Streaming beginner HBO Max scored two elections with “The Flight Attendant,” a best funny TELEVISION berth and likewise made “The Big Bang Theory” veteran Kaley Cuoco her very first Globe nod.

The service’s huge brother, HBO, earned seven nominations thanks to the mental thriller “The Undoing” and “Lovecraft Nation,” a scary series that mixes the supernatural and racial inequalities.

Obscure Pop TV made five elections– all for the Canadian funny “Schitt’s Creek,” which swept the funny Emmy Awards in 2015. Catherine O’Hara, Eugene Levy, Annie Murphy, Daniel Levy all got nods.

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” The Crown”– tracing the history of Queen Elizabeth II– roared to the top of all TV prospects with six elections, consisting of lead acting nods for Coleman, Corrin and Josh O’Connor in addition to supporting nods to Gillian Anderson and Helena Bonham Carter.

” The Great,” the coming-of-age comedy Hulu series about Russia’s Catherine the Great and her outrageous ascension to the throne, got three nominations– for finest musical or funny TELEVISION show and stars Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult. Another crown-connected duration piece “Brigerton” failed to make a single nod in spite of its appeal.

” The Great” now faces “The Flight Attendant,” “Schitt’s Creek,” “Emily in Paris” and “Ted Lasso” for boasting rights to best funny TV series. Last year, that was “Fleabag.”.

Apple TELEVISION+ scored with the launching series of “Ted Lasso,” in which Jason Sudeikis plays an American football coach who organizes an elite British soccer group in spite of having little knowledge of the game. The show was nominated for finest comedy therefore was Sudeikis.

Other best comedy star competitors are Eugene Levy for “Schitt’s Creek,” Don Cheadle from “Black Monday,” Hoult from “The Great” and Ramy Youssef from “Ramy,” who presently owns the classification crown.

A year after traditional broadcast networks were entirely locked out in all elections, NBC was the lone broadcaster represented Wednesday, scoring a nod for “Zoey’s Remarkable Playlist” star Jane Levy, playing a computer coder who hears and sees individuals express their inner ideas through music.

Netflix’s “Ratched,” Ryan Murphy’s backstory of the well-known nurse from “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” earned 3 elections in spite of poor evaluations. Stars Sarah Paulson and Cynthia Nixon both got nominations.

” Ratched” will do fight for the very best drama on TELEVISION with “The Crown,” “Lovecraft Nation,” “Ozark” and “The Mandalorian.” In 2015, “Succession” won it.

Another noteworthy snub on the TV side was “Dead to Me,” which earned 4 elections last year. This year, Christina Applegate’s program got none.

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