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Emmys: Nominations by Studio

'Horror Story,' 'Modern Family,' 'Homeland' propel 20th TV to top with 57 bids

Here’s a rundown of how TV’s major shops fared in the 65th annual Primetime Emmy nominations derby.

Fueled by “American Horror Story: Asylum” and “Modern Family” (pictured), 20th Century Fox TV and its related banners hoovered up 57 noms, which made it second to HBO (with 108 noms) among all nets and studios.

20th Century Fox Television/fox 21/FTVS – 57

American Horror Story: Asylum – 17

Modern Family – 12

Homeland – 11

Glee – 4

How I Met Your Mother – 4

Arrested Development – 3

The Americans – 2

Family Guy – 2

Bob’s Burgers – 1

The Simpsons – 1

Universal Television – 39

Saturday Night Live – 15

30 Rock – 13

The Office – 3

Parks and Recreation – 2

Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Thursday – 2

Smash – 2

Bates Motel – 1

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon – 1

(*excluding nominations for webisodes)

Warner Bros./Warner Horizon – 30

Big Bang Theory – 8

Political Animals – 5

The Voice – 5

Revolution – 2

Two and a Half Men – 2

2 Broke Girls – 2

Children’s Hospital – 1

Mike & Molly – 1

Nikita – 1

Shameless – 1

Southland – 1

The Looney Tunes Show – 1

BBC – 28

Dancing With The Stars – 9

Top of the Lake – 8

The Girl – 6

Parade’s End – 5

The Hour – 2

Restless – 2

Copper – 1

Sony Pictures Television – 19

Breaking Bad – 13

The Big C: Hereafter – 2

Last Resort – 2

Shark Tank – 1

Steel Magnolias – 1

Lionsgate Television – 17

Mad Men – 12

Nurse Jackie – 5

Masterpiece – 12

Downton Abbey – 12

ABC Studios – 11

Jimmy Kimmel Live – 4

Nashville – 2

Once Upon a Time – 2

Scandal – 2

The Neighbors – 1

 

Media Rights Capital – 9

House of Cards – 9

CBS Television – 9

The Good Wife – 5

Elementary – 2

Blue Bloods – 1

NCIS – 1

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