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Emmy nominations were announced Thursday, one side of the TV coin hinted that broadcast's cultural relevance might be staging a comeback.The show's hold on the nation's hearts and eyeballs was further demonstrated by Emmy nominations that include those for best drama series, two for lead actor, and two more for best supporting actor and supporting actress.NBC also scored mightily with its 22 nominations for "Saturday Night Live," which, flourishing in the politically charged Age of Donald Trump, tied with HBO's exotic thriller "Westworld" for most nominations.In all, NBC landed 64 nominations, vaulting far ahead of fellow broadcast networks ABC with 34, CBS with 29 and Fox's 21 . Even so, HBO, as usual, claimed first place with 110 nods, while streaming service Netflix had a robust 91 .Netflix big-shouldered the nominations' best drama category with three contenders: "The Crown," ''House of Cards" and "Stranger Things".HBO's "Veep," the most-nominated comedy with 17 bids, is bucking for its third consecutive top comedy trophy.
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