HBO, Netflix and Amazon Dominated Ad-Supported TV at the Emmys

The broadcast networks won only 2 awards during Monday’s ceremony

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Netflix and HBO’s ongoing Emmy battle ended in a stalemate during Sunday’s 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, as the two outlets tied for most overall wins with 23 trophies each. But Amazon may have made the biggest Emmy statement of all, bouncing back from its shutout during last year’s prime-time telecast to claim five awards on Sunday night and eight Emmys overall this year, including outstanding comedy series for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

Amazon weathered a bumpy year that saw the departure of Amazon Studios chief Roy Price following sexual harassment allegations and a programming shift away from critically acclaimed but barely-watched programming like One Mississippi and Good Girls Revolt.



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