The trend for cable networks and premium streaming providers to dominate the Primetime Emmy Awards continues. While Netflix got the most Emmy nominations in 2020, they’re not the top dog this year. This award goes to HBO, whose HBO Max platform enabled them to oust the streaming service juggernaut. HBO may lead the way in the nominations, but that doesn’t mean the premium content provider gets the most trophies. Could Netflix still get the latest awards? It seems like a possibility.
Netflix received more Emmy nominations than anyone last year
2020 was a strange year for many different reasons, but TV viewers could still rely on their favorite shows to make an unprecedented time predictable. In 2020, Netflix was expected to lead the Emmy nominations. The streaming service received an incredible 160 Emmy Nicks. However, they did not end the evening as the most decorated network.
HBO won in 30 categories despite far fewer nominations, while Netflix took home 21 statues at the Primetime Emmy Awards. This year, the number of Netflix nominations is significantly lower. Netflix received 129 nominations in 2021, but the network remains on the hunt for the most Emmy wins. In fact, it’s entirely possible for HBO and Netflix to switch places.
HBO goes to the 73rd Annual Emmy Awards with more nominations than any other network
The premium cable network HBO goes to the 73rd Annual Emmy Awards with the most nominations. HBO and its streaming service HBO Max are counted as one unit. Experts agree that HBO Max has pushed the service provider over the top in terms of nominations. Still, winning a content creator like Netflix is a huge achievement, even if HBO isn’t leading by a huge margin. HBO received 130 nicks and beat Netflix for just one nomination.
Alongside most of the nominations, HBO has several shows that are favorites at this year’s ceremony. Mare from Easttown and Hacks received 16 and 15 nominations respectively. Mare of Easttown and Hacks both have Jean Smartwho prefers to take home at least one trophy. The flight attendant, the fledgling series starring Kaley Cuoco, received nine nominations and the controversial one Allen v. Farrow is nominated in seven categories.
Will HBO take home the most awards at the 73rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards?
HBO may be the most nominated network at this year’s Emmys, but does that mean they’ll take home the most awards? Not necessarily. HBO topped the nomination list with just a nod, and Netflix cleaned up at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards last weekend. In fact, many of the most coveted awards at the ceremony last weekend went to the streaming giant. According to the Deadline, Netflix ended the night with 34 wins, while HBO only took home 10 trophies. Disney +, the third most nominated content creator, received 13 awards. Sure, the Creative Arts Emmys don’t always state what will happen at the primetime event, but there is a link.
At this point in time, it is still unclear who will be the big winner. With streaming services like Hulu and Amazon Video offering less suitable shows due to backlogs in filming coronavirus (COVID-19), it’s for everyone. HBO might come out on top, but some experts believe Netflix will end up receiving the most trophies. if The crown and The Queen’s Gambit If you get as much love from the academy as you expected, Netflix has a good chance of leaving the night as the content producer with the most decorators.