Announced on Monday, the 2020 Golden Globes will feature a staggering 17 nominations to streaming platform Netflix, which is more than twice as much as any of its competitors. With nods to “Marriage Story,” which leads with six nominations, “The Two Popes,” and “The Irishman,” Netflix vies for supremacy in the 2020 awards race with not one, but four Best Picture nominations.

Revealed by The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix Golden Globe nominees appear to be dominating the drama section with "The Irishman," "Marriage Story" and "The Two Popes" earning nods in the Best Motion Picture- Drama category.

Martin Scorsese’s mafia feature, “The Irishman,” touts five nominations in total, Best Director- Motion Picture, Best Screenplay- Motion Picture, and Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role for both Joe Pesci and Al Pacino. The Netflix original incidentally marks the very first time Scorsese has worked with Pacino. Among a variety of other accolades, “The Irishman” has also been named Best Film of 2019 by the National Board of Review.

While Netflix's Golden Globe nominations may be at its highest this year, Empire showed that a variety of heavy-hitting contenders still remain. These include “Joker,” for which both Todd Phillips and Joaquin Phoenix have been nominated for Best Director and Best Actor- Drama, respectively, along with “Knives Out,” “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood,” and “Jojo Rabbit.”

Though it might have a weighty competition, Netflix’s “Marriage Story” appears to be a frontrunner, given its already existing nods, including Best Feature (Gotham Awards). Starring Adam Driver of “Star Wars” fame and Marvel's Scarlett Johansson, “Marriage Story” explores the downward spiraling relationship of two individuals in an ongoing divorce. The Netflix original has been nominated for nearly all categories, including Motion Picture (Drama), Actor (Driver), Actress (Johansson), Screenplay, Score, and Supporting Actress (Laura Dern).

Two other Netflix originals have also made the Golden Globes cut. “The Two Popes,” which stars Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce in an adaption of Anthony McCarten's play, has garnered Best Motion Picture (Drama), as well as Actor (Pryce), Supporting Actor (Hopkins), and Screenplay nods.

Eddie Murphy’s “Dolomite is My Name” has likewise been nominated for Best Motion Picture- Musical or Comedy. Murphy also nabbed a Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy nomination for the film.

The winners will be revealed on Jan. 5, 2020 at the Golden Globe Awards ceremony.

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