Hulu breaks records with 58 Emmy nominations, Apple TV+ underdog with 51

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The 2022 Primetime Emmy Awards nominees were announced streaming services dominated today and again. Apple TV+ showed an improvement over its older competitors, and Hulu break the record out of 58 Emmy nominations.

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Meanwhile, the rivalry between HBO Max and Netflix continues. HBO Max’s Legacy Now most nominated show of the year with 25 nominations, while Netflix’s The Squid Game received 14 nominations. “Squid Game” will also go down in history as it first non-English language show to participate in the nomination “Outstanding Drama”.

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Today, Apple TV+ received 51 nominations for its content, up from 35 nominations he received last year. A total of 51 is an impressive increase, indicative of the underdog’s commitment to continuing to offer quality original TV shows in its library.

Hulu more than doubled its haul to 58 nomin, a sharp jump from 26 last year. Hulu content was nominated 27 times in 2018, which counts as Record number for Hulu. Four years later, the 14-year-old streamer managed to get a slightly higher total than the two-year-old Apple TV+ streaming service.

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Hulu’s total accomplishment came with its series Murder in the Building and Dope, which received 17 and 14 nominations, respectively.

The Apple comedy series Ted Lasso received a total of 20 nominations, the same as last year, while the new sci-fi drama series Severance received 14 nominations. relatively new and behind the critically acclaimed “Succession” which is only five nods ahead.

‘Ted Lasso’ wins Best Comedy Series in 2021 and is going to do it again this year. Last year, the comedy series Ted Lasso was released. broke records as the most nominated comedy by a freshman, breaking the previous record holder”jubilation“. Apple also announced that it was the first streaming service to win an Emmy in the programming category in its second year of eligibility.

The competition between HBO and Netflix for the Emmys has been going on for ten years. This year, HBO and HBO Max moved ahead with 140 nominations, while Netflix has 105.

In 2021, HBO and HBO Max had 130 nominations. In addition to being the most nominated show of the year, ‘Legacy’ also broke the record Most Primetime Emmy Award nominations for a Drama Series in one year with 14 nominations in active categories.

Netflix received 129 noms last year, so the fact that there are only 105 this time around is a big difference. In addition, there is a service subscriber retention problems so it doesn’t look good to them. A milestone in the Squid Game earns them some points along with 13 nominations for the fourth season of Stranger Things.

Compared to other streamers, Disney+ has the biggest failure, scoring 34 points compared to other streaming services. 71 nominations in 2021. Amazon got 30 magnification 10 nominations last year.

Peacock only managed to get three nominations, while Paramount+ got 11.




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