Netflix, the only Globus theatrical contender since 2016, has dominated to an astounding degree, with 42 combined nominations – and that without its latest episode, “Bridgerton” did not receive a single mention. Among the companies, Disney was in second place with 25 nominations, while WarnerMedia had 13, seven for HBO and two for HBO Max.
Netflix has local movies playing (“Manc”, “The Prom”) and movies purchased from epidemic-affected mainstream studios, including “The Trial of the Chicago 7”. Between television categories, the streaming service has won viewership (“The Crown”, “Ozark”) and stunning new hits (“The Queen’s Gambit”). Surprisingly, “Ratched,” is a melodramatic prequel to Ryan Murphy’s “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” which received three nominations, including one for Best Television Drama.
Amazon received 10 nominations with Regina King’s “One Night in Miami”, a factual drama about the reunion of four black publishers, Best Director, Song and Supporting Actor (for Leslie Odom Jr., who plays Sam Cook Is) shaking head for. And Globe voters honored the “Borat Subarendum Movefilm”, which came in the Best Comedy or Music category on Amazon Prime Video in October. “Small Ax”, Steve McQueen’s Five-Films Anthology, added two nominations.
Jennifer Studios, director of Amazon Studios, said, “I’m delighted that she’s telling us about our film strategy – a list that has grown a lot and includes really different stories, which are on demand from the audience is based.”
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