The 78th annual virtual Golden Globes, hosted by actresses and comediennes Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, saw a huge shift for streaming services.

Netflix stole the show with a whopping 10 trophies, including, The Crown (Best Drama, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress), Trial of the Chicago 7 (Best Screenplay), I Care A Lot (Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical), Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Best Actor for Chadwick Boseman) and The Queen’s Gambit (Best Limited Series and Best Actress in a Limited Series).

It’s no surprise that Netflix got the upper hand over major cable networks like HBO and Showtime. The COVID-19 pandemic caused many productions to shut down, where streaming services were able to pull from their backlog of completed independent projects. During the pandemic, Netflix released a new project almost every week throughout 2020.

Apple TV+, Hulu and Disney+ also walked away with Globes during the award ceremony.

Another milestone for the Globe was Amazon, who became the first of the streaming platforms to win best motion picture comedy or musical, for “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.”

Only time will tell if these streaming platforms will continue to dominate for years to come, but it very well may be the future of television and film.