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Netflix earned the most nominations of any network for the 2018 Emmy Awards, breaking HBO’s 17-year streak at the top.
Netflix brought in 112 nominations this year, while HBO earned 108 nods.
Last year, HBO led with 111 nominations, while Netflix came in second with 91.
HBO’s second-place tally comes as the cable network is in the midst of a strategy shift under its new owner, AT&T, to hew closer to Netflix’s production model.

Netflix earned the most nominations of any network for the 2018 Emmy Awards on Thursday, breaking HBO’s 17-year streak as the top network in total Emmy nods.

Netflix brought in 112 total nominations this year. In 2017, the streaming service earned 91 nominations, second to HBO’s 111 nominations.

This year, HBO earned a second-place tally of 108 nominations.

Among Netflix’s nominations, the streaming service earned nods in several top categories, including nominations for “The Crown” and “Stranger Things” for best drama series, and “Glow” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” for best comedy series.

HBO meanwhile placed several shows in the top categories, with “Barry,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” and “Silicon Valley” earning nominations for best comedy series, along with “Game of Thrones” and “Westworld” for best drama. “Game of Thrones” also led all shows with 22 nods.

For the first time since 2001, HBO will not lead all networks in the field of Emmy nominations. HBO’s second-place tally comes as the cable network is in the midst of a strategy shift under its new owner, AT&T, to hew closer to Netflix’s production model.

HBO’s new corporate boss, Warner Media CEO John Stankey, said in a town hall meeting on Monday that HBO will move to produce a higher quantity of TV shows and movies in order to compete with streaming services like Netflix.

The shift is a marked contrast for HBO, as HBO CEO Richard …read more

Source:: Business Insider

      

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