This image released by HBO shows Evan Rachel Wood in a scene from "Westworld." (HBO via AP)
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HBO's medieval fantasy series "Game of Thrones" led nominations for the Emmy Awards Thursday that spanned satire to the supernatural, but streaming service Netflix knocked HBO off its 17-year pedestal as the network with the most nods.It was followed by NBC's sketch show "Saturday Night Live" and HBO's sci-fi series "Westworld" with 21 nominations each, and Hulu's dystopian vision "The Handmaid's Tale" with 20 .Netflix gathered 112 nods for shows that ranged from supernatural drama "Stranger Things" and British royal show "The Crown" to female wrestling comedy "GLOW," new Western drama "Godless" and reality makeover series "Queer Eye". HBO had 108 nominations and NBC shows earned 78 nods.
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