The 2019 Golden Globe announcements took place Thursday morning.
Vice, the film about Vice President Dick Cheney that the general public will not be able to see until Christmas Day, earned six Golden Globe nominations, the most of any movie this year.
FX's The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story did best among TV series, with four nods.
FX's 10 nods for shows such as Atlanta, Pose and the final season of The Americans meant a cable network earned the most nominations.
HBO and Amazon each received nine nominations, followed by Netflix's eight while network TV received just four - three for NBC and one for CBS.
Massive box office sensation Black Panther received three nominations for best original song, score and dramatic movie.
Andy Samberg of NBC's Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Sandra Oh, formerly of Grey's Anatomy, will host the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards on January 6 on NBC.