Winning laurels is nothing new for Netflix (NFLX - Free Report) . The company recently added another feather to its cap when it was named Entertainer of the Year by Associated Press (AP). The streaming provider beat well-known names like Ariana Grande, Donald Glover, Michelle Obama and Bradley Cooper to grab the coveted title.
This year so far has been a productive year for Netflix in terms of awards and accolades. At Emmys it tied with AT&T’s (T - Free Report) HBO, winning 23 awards in different categories. Notably, Netflix received the highest ever nominations of 112, not only surpassing HBO’s nominations of 108 but its earlier nominations of 91 in 2017 and 54 in 2016.
Additionally, Stranger Things soundtrack recently won a Grammy Award nomination in the Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media category. Moreover, Netflix won eight nominations at the Golden Globe, per TechCrunch. However, 21st Century Fox’s FX Networks had the lead with 10 nominations, followed by HBO and Amazon Prime, with nine nominations each.
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