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Netflix and Amazon make Golden Globes’ nice list

Netflix earns nominations for House of Cards, Orange is the New Black and Derek, while Amazon earns 2 nods for Transparent.
December 11, 2014

Netflix and Amazon represented the streaming space when the nominations were announced for the 72nd Golden Globe Awards on Thursday morning.

Netflix’s House of Cards and Orange is the New Black each earned 3 nominations, while Amazon’s Transparent got 2.

House of Cards received a nomination for best TV series in the drama category, while the show’s stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright will compete for best actor and actress in a drama, respectively.

Orange is the New Black is up for best comedy series. Two cast members were recognized: Taylor Schilling, in the best actress in a TV comedy category, and Uzo Aduba who is nominated for best supporting actress in a TV series, miniseries or motion picture.

Netflix also earned a best actor in a TV comedy nomination for 3-time Globes host Ricky Gervais for his role in Derek, which he both created and starred in.

Amazon’s Transparent received nominations for TV series, comedy, and the show’s star, Jeffrey Tambor, is up for best actor in a comedy.

This is only the second year the Globes have recognized streaming series. Last year, Wright won a Globe for her role in House of Cards, and the show also earned nominations for best series, drama, with Spacey and Corey Stoll also getting nods. Orange is the New Black was also represented with a nomination for Schilling, while Jason Bateman earned a nod (best performance in a television series – musical or comedy) for Arrested Development, which came to Netflix revived in 2013 after a 3-season run on Fox  from 2003 to 2006.

The 72nd Golden Globe Awards will be telecast live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills by NBC on Jan. 11.

Image courtesy of Netflix

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Todd is StreamDaily's U.S. West Coast Correspondent. He has written for a wide range of publications, including The Hollywood Reporter, Variety, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Post, NylonGuys and, yes, even the Weekly World News. Earlier in his career, he served as senior editor for the pioneering alternative movie magazine Film Threat. You can reach him at toddrlongwell[at] or on twitter @toddlongwell1

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