Golden Globes TV Analysis: Netflix Takes More Than Half Of Awards As Streamers Translate Nominations Into Wins

Golden Globes TV Analysis: Netflix Takes More Than Half Of Awards As Streamers Translate Nominations Into Wins
Netflix had a storming night at the Golden Globes with The Crown and The Queen’s Gambit helping the streamer translate its record nominations haul into TV wins.

Netflix won six of the 11 television awards on offer, with Amazon and Apple winning one apiece to see the streamers dominate with 73% of the wins in the small-screen categories.

It beat its 2019 performance, where The Kominsky Method helped it tie with FX to score three awards.

Last year, HBO fended off pressure from Netflix and company but wasn’t able to hold them off this year, though it was surprisingly missing nominations for shows such as I May Destroy You and the cast of Lovecraft Country.

The streaming wins come during a 12 months that saw the Covid-19 pandemic shine even more light on digital services in general. Netflix scored 20 nominations in the Globes TV categories (and 42 overall counting film) so to take six was a major achievement,
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