Charlie Brooker, left, and William Bridges pose with their awards for “Black Mirror.”
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Streaming service Netflix Inc. and premium cable channel HBO battled to a tie at Monday's Emmy awards ceremony, with each taking home 23 of the television industry's top honors, though HBO scored the prestigious best drama prize.This year, HBO's fantasy series "Game of Thrones" won the best drama honor for a third time and was the most-honored show with nine awards in total.The show collected eight trophies overall.Behind HBO and Netflix, Comcast Corp.'s NBC finished with 16 Emmys for shows including "Saturday Night Live" and "Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert," followed by Twenty-First Century Fox's FX with 12 .
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