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Emmy Scorecard by Program and Network

It was a stunning night for HBO at the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards. The pay cabler took home a total of 14 Emmys during Sunday’s telecast to lead all networks, sweeping the top fictional categories with wins for best drama series (“Game of Thrones”), comedy series (“Veep”) and limited series (“Olive Kitteridge”).

The fifth season of “Game Thrones” also broke the all-time record with 12 wins in total, including last week’s Creative Arts Emmys.

In total, HBO won 43 Emmys this year. The second-highest network, NBC, had 12 wins.

See the scorecard below.

Emmy wins by program (2 or more):

Game Of Thrones – 12
Olive Kitteridge – 8
American Horror Story: Freak Show – 5
Transparent – 5
Veep – 5
Bessie – 4
The Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special – 4
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart – 3
Deadliest Catch – 3
Going Clear: Scientology And The Prison Of Belief – 3
Adventure Time – 2
Boardwalk Empire – 2
Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways – 2
House Of Cards – 2
The Jinx: The Life And Deaths Of Robert Durst – 2
Inside Amy Schumer – 2
Over The Garden Wall – 2
Saturday Night Live – 2
Silicon Valley – 2
Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show Starring Katy Perry – 2
Tome of the Unknown – 2
The Voice – 2

Emmy wins by network (2 or more):

HBO – 43
NBC – 12
Comedy Central – 8
FX Networks – 8
ABC – 6
Amazon Instant Video – 5
Cartoon Network – 4
CBS – 4
FOX – 4
Netflix – 4
PBS – 4
Discovery Channel – 3
Adult Swim – 2
CartoonNetwork.com – 2

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