HBO nearly lapped the field with a dominant 94 nominations for the 68th annual Emmy Awards, though that’s a hefty 32 fewer than last year. FX jumped up to No. 2 overall with a basic-cable record 56 noms, a big surge from last year’s 38 buoyed by The People v O.J. Simpson. Netflix is right behind with 54, 20 more than 2015. NBC leads the broadcast race with 41 noms, followed by ABC and CBS with 35 apiece.

Also worth noting: USA Network scooped a half-dozen nominations, all coming for hot freshman Mr. Robot, after being shut out last year. And nascent Viceland picked up two in its first year. In all, 39 networks or streaming services and a number of online outlets can boast at least one Emmy nom this year.

Here is the complete list of nominations by network:

HBO – 94
FX – 56
Netflix – 54
NBC –  41
ABC –  35
CBS –  35
FOX –  29
PBS –  26
AMC –  24
Showtime – 22
Comedy Central – 17
Amazon – 16
History – 13
A&E –  12
CNN – 9
National Geographic Channel – 9
Discovery Channel – 8
Lifetime – 7
Adult Swim –  6
USA – 6
The CW – 5
BBC America –  4
Cinemax – 4
Disney Channel – 4
IFC – 4
Nickelodeon – 4
Starz – 4
TBS – 4
Cartoon Network – 3
Crackle –  3
Bravo –  2
Hulu –  2
Logo – 2
Viceland – 2
Disney XD – 1
Food Network – 1
Hallmark Channel – 1
MTV – 1
Spike TV – 1
TLC – 1
TV Land – 1

Online
AOL – 2
FunnyOrDie.com – 2
LouisCK.com – 2
ActingDead.com – 1
Arts.gov– 1
BET.com – 1
ComedyCentral.com – 1
NBC.com – 1
Time.com – 1
Vimeo – 1