The often-predictable Emmy Awards has been shaken up this year, thanks to Netflix. The online streaming service made history by scoring 14 nominations and becoming a major player alongside HBO, Showtime, and FX. Take a look at this year's nominations, by the numbers.
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171: Nominations for "Saturday Night Live" in its 38-year history, setting a new record. This year, the late night sketch comedy show received 15 nods.
108: Nominations for HBO, which blew away the competition. It wasn't even close, with Showtime coming in second at 51.
70: The entire series total nominations received by "30 Rock" in seven seasons.
16: Nominations for "Game of Thrones," the most of any drama.
14: Nominations for Netflix, including Best Drama for "House of Cards." This is the first time an online streaming service has picked up mentions in top categories.
11.7: Million viewers who watched History’s "The Bible," the most of any nominated miniseries (and more than all of the dramas, too).
9: Nominations for "House of Cards," including Best Drama and lead acting nods for Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright.
7: The number of nominees for Best Actress in a Drama and Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy. Usually, six people are nominated per category, so that means there were ties.
3: Number of series that Connie Britton has been nominated for in the past three years — "Friday Night Lights," "American Horror Story," and now "Nashville."
2: Times Al Pacino has won an Emmy. The actor is two-for-two: He won in 2010 for "You Don't Know Jack" and 2004 for "Angels in America."