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Emmys 2019: Nominations Scorecard by Program, Platform and Studio

Game of Thrones” dominated nominations for the 71st annual Emmy Awards, earning a record 32 nominations and putting HBO on top again.

The series, which recently aired its final season, was the most-nominated program, followed by Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” (20), HBO’s “Chernobyl” (19), NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” (18), HBO’s “Barry” (17), FX’s “Fosse/Verdon” (17) and Netflix’s “When They See Us” (16).

HBO led for nominations by TV platform, earning 137 and easily topping last year’s leader, Netflix. The streamer came in second with 117 nominations, followed by NBC (58), Amazon (47), CBS (43), FX Networks (32), ABC (26) and Hulu (20). Fox and Showtime tied for ninth place with 18 nominations apiece.

By studio, HBO continued to lead the way with the same number of nominations, since the premium programmer only produces shows for its own platform. By this metric, Disney Television Studios leaped into second place by studio with 58 total nominations; its series include FX’s “Fosse/Verdon” and “Pose,” and NBC’s “This Is Us,” among others, according to a tally from Disney. Universal Television racked up 43 nominations, thanks to “Saturday Night Live” and “Russian Doll.”

It is in the studio category that Netflix lagged, with 13 nominations, given its relative dearth of in-house productions. Five of those nominations went to “Glow,” and three went to “A Series of Unfortunate Events.”

Here’s the full list of nominations for the 71st annual Emmy Awards.

Breakdown by program (five or more):
Game of Thrones (32)
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (20)
Chernobyl (19)
Saturday Night Live (18)
Barry (17)
Fosse/Verdon (17)
When They See Us (16)
Russian Doll (13)
Escape at Dannemora (12)
Fleabag (11)
The Handmaid’s Tale (11)*
Our Planet (10)
Better Call Saul (9)
Killing Eve (9)
Last Week Tonight With John Oliver (9)
Ozark (9)
RuPaul’s Drag Race (9)
This Is Us (9)
True Detective (9)
Veep (9)
Deadwood (8)
The Oscars (8)
Sharp Objects (8)
The Voice (7)
Pose (6)
Succession (5)
The Good Place (5)
Glow (5)

*”The Handmaid’s Tale” wasn’t eligible for a series nomination this year, but here’s why the show is still in the running for other Emmy awards.

Breakdown by platform (five or more): 
HBO (137)
Netflix (117)
NBC (58)
Amazon (47)
CBS (43)
FX Networks (32)
ABC (26)
Hulu (20)
Fox (18)
Showtime (18)
CNN (17)
VH1 (14)
National Geographic (13)
AMC (11)
BBC America (9)
Comedy Central (8)
A&E (5)
TBS (5)

Breakdown by studio: 
HBO Entertainment (137)
Disney Television Studios (58)
Amazon Studios (47)
Universal Television (43)
Sony Pictures Television (28)
FX Productions (27)
CBS Television Studios (27)
Warner Bros. Television (23)
Netflix (13)
MRC Television (12)
Universal Television Alternative Studio (6)

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