Streaming TV has already made a mark, but it could be about to hit its tipping point.
For starters, just look at the awards and talent that Amazon and Netflix have captured recently.
At last week’s Golden Globes, Amazon Studios snagged two awards — one for best TV musical or comedy series for Transparent and another for the star of the dark comedy, Jeffrey Tambor, who plays a divorced father who has begun his transition to a woman.
It followed the lead of Netflix, which became the first non-TV network to win an award at the Emmys back in 2013 with three wins for House of Cards — including best director (David Fincher) and best drama cast.
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