Emmy nominations 2017: HBO, Netflix lead all networks by wide margin

Even without the awards juggernaut that is “Game of Thrones,” HBO still led among all networks when the 2017 Emmy nominations were announced on Thursday, July 13. Indeed, the paycaster was up from last year’s leading haul of 94 nominations as it tallied up 110 bids this year. But even that performance, impressive as it is, was off from its 2015 record of 126 nominations. Check out the complete list of nominees to see if your favorites made the cut.

Rising rapidly through the ranks of the networks is relative newcomer Netflix. Two years ago, programming on the streaming service merited 34 Emmy Award nominations. Last year, it was up to 56 bids and this year it ranks second, with 91 nominations in all.

Among the big four traditional broadcast networks, NBC leads once again. Indeed, it saw its score rise by almost 50% as it went from 41 to 60 buoyed by the success of “This Is Us.” ABC, CBS and FOX were once again behind the peacock network in that same order as last year.

Below, the scorecard of how the top TV networks performed at the 2017 Emmy Awards nominations (with the network tallies for the last two years included as well for comparison purposes.)

TV NETWORKS
HBO: 110 (2016: 94; 2015: 126)

Netflix: 91 (2016: 56 ; 2015: 34)

NBC: 60 (2016: 41 ; 2015: 37)

FX: 54 (2016: 56 ; 2015: 38)

ABC:  34 (2016: 35 ; 2015: 42)

CBS: 29 (2016: 35 ; 2015: 41)

FOX: 21  (2016: 29 ; 2015: 35)

Hulu: 18 (2016: 2 ; 2015: 0)

Amazon Instant: 16 (2016: 16 ; 2015: 12)

Showtime: 15 (2016: 22 ; 2015: 18)

PBS: 11 (2016: 26 ; 2015: 29)

AMC: 11 (2016: 24 ; 2015: 24)

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