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AT&T Stole the Golden Globes Despite Netflix’s 17 Nominations

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Welcome back to the red carpet.

Sunday night’s Golden Globes saw some of the biggest companies vie for Hollywood accolades.

The biggest upset of the night? Despite Real Money Stock of the Day Netflix’s  (NFLX) - Get Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) Report 17 nomination, the streaming service and content creator only brought home two awards. Olivia Coleman took home the globe for best actress in a drama TV series for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II in “The Crown” and Laura Dern won best supporting actress for her role in “Marriage Story.”

Netflix’s streaming rival Amazon took home two awards for ‘Fleabag.’

The real winner of the night was AT&T  (T) - Get AT&T Inc. Report, which owns HBO and Warner Brothers. For its 15 nominations, AT&T brought home six awards for “Succession,” “Chernobyl” and “Joker.”

Laika Entertainment’s “Missing Link” upset Disney’s undefined “Toy Story 4,” “Frozen 2” and “The Lion King” to take home the award for best animated feature. Though Disney did win three awards for Hulu and the FX network for “The Act,” “Ramy” and “Fosse/Verdon.”

Sony won three awards for “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” including best picture in the comedy/musical category.

ViacomCBS  (VIAB) - Get Viacom Inc. Class B Report won three awards for “The Loudest Voice” and “Rocketman.”

Catch our full recap of the Golden Globes in the video above.

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