The nominations for the 70th Primetime Emmys held a clear sign of how much the ground is shifting under the TV industry: streaming service Netflix captured the most nominations overall, 112, taking away a title that HBO held since 2001 and giving broadcast TV more reason to fear its future in awards and viewers.
The news was not so good for Nicole Kidman at Thursday's Emmy nomination ceremony in Los Angeles.
Bruce Miller, executive producer of "The Handmaid's Tale", acknowledged that the show's vision of a theocracy where women are treated as property was hard to watch.
However, "GLOW" has two other nominations, including "Outstanding Comedy Series" and "Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series".
All three Lannister siblings were also recognized, with Lena Headey earning her fourth Best Supporting Actress nomination for her role as Cersei while her on-screen brothers Peter Dinklage (Tyrion) and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime) picked up Best Supporting Actor nods.
HBO has led the nominations for the last 17 years. Game Of Thrones was the dominant series.
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HBO's Westworld fared well in both the categories for Lead Actor in a Drama Series and Lead Actress in a Drama Series. Adrift in third was NBC with 78 nods. GLOW received eight additional nominations in various categories.
Sarah Paulson is nominated on the female side for her role in "American Horror Story: Cult", Ryan Murphy's twisted take on our political divide.
Netflix and FX scored nominations in the Lead Actor and Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie, respectively.
On the comedy side, last year's victor, Donald Glover for "Atlanta", goes up against Anthony Anderson, "black-ish"; Ted Danson, "The Good Place"; Larry David, "Curb Your Enthusiasm"; Bill Hader, "Barry"; and William H. Macy, "Shameless".
The 70 annual Emmy Awards air September 17 on NBC.