Netflix, only a competitor on the motion picture facet of the Globes considering the fact that 2016, dominated to a jaw-dropping diploma, amassing 42 mixed nominations — and that was without its most recent episodic hit, “Bridgerton,” obtaining a single mention. Between organizations, Disney was second, with 25 nominations, though WarnerMedia had 13, which includes 7 for HBO and two for HBO Max.
Netflix has homegrown movies in contention (“Mank,” “The Prom”) as effectively as movies that it acquired from pandemic-stricken standard studios, specifically Aaron Sorkin’s “The Demo of the Chicago 7.” Between the tv groups, the streaming services has proven crowd pleasers (“The Crown,” “Ozark”) and shiny, new hits (“The Queen’s Gambit”). In a shock, “Ratched,” a melodramatic “One Flew More than the Cuckoo’s Nest” prequel from Ryan Murphy, received three nominations, which include just one for best television drama.
Amazon been given 10 nominations, with Regina King’s “One Night in Miami,” a actuality-based mostly drama about a meeting of four Black luminaries, finding up nods for most effective director, song and supporting actor (for Leslie Odom Jr., who performs Sam Cooke). And Globe voters honored “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm,” which arrived on Amazon Prime Video in October, in the most effective comedy or musical category, amongst many others. “Small Axe,” Steve McQueen’s anthology of five movies, included two nominations.
“I’m thrilled about what it suggests about our film tactic — a slate that has developed enormously and actually embraces assorted stories, which is a little something that world wide audiences are demanding,” Jennifer Salke, the head of Amazon Studios, claimed by telephone.