Streaming made Hollywood history again Monday as Netflix picked up a leading 24 Oscar nominations, marking the first time that the company has earned more than any major studio or specialty distributor.
That included landing two spots in the coveted best picture category for Martin Scorsese's The Irishman and Noah Baumbach's Marriage Story. The Irishman received a total of 10 nominations, tying with Sony's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Amblin/Universal's 1917. However, Warner Bros.' Joker trumped all three films with 11.
Marriage Story and The Two Popes also nabbed multiple nods for Netflix, or six and two, respectively.