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2013 Emmy Nominations By the Numbers

kellywoo
Yahoo! TV Emmys Blog
July 18, 2013

2013 Emmy Nominations By the Numbers

kellywoo
Yahoo! TV Emmys Blog
July 18, 2013
2013 Emmy Nominations By the Numbers

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."