It has only been six years since Netflix started making original television series and films, but the streaming site has already grown into a content powerhouse. In fact, the streaming service dominated the 77th Golden Globes to an incredible degree on Monday, winding up with 34 nominations—including a leading 17 in television.

Since it started producing original content, Netflix has only been a paltry competitor of Hollywood on the film side of the Golden Globe. Three years after receiving its first film-related nomination, Netflix emerged as the top contender in both television and film categories on Monday, showing how far it has come as a content powerhouse. That is staggering, considering that six years ago, Netflix wasn’t even making original content for television and film.

Netflix’s renewed position as a cinema power player this year is fueled by the Best Picture nominations for Noah Baumbach’s domestic drama “Marriage Story,” “Martin Scorsese’s mournful mob drama “The Irishman,” and “The Two Popes.”

“Marriage Story” particularly scored big, with nominations for Best Drama, Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Screenplay, and Best Score, to name a few. “The Irishman,” which tells the story of Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran, snagged two Best Supporting Actor nominations, Best Screenplay, Best Director, and Best Picture. It also got the most nominations at the 25th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards.

Netflix’s bounty in the film categories far surpassed that of its closest rival, Sony Pictures, which snagged only 10 nods for flicks like Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” and Marielle Heller’s “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.”

On the television side, Netflix also had the most nominations, albeit much less lopsided. The streaming service earned 17 nods versus only 15 for HBO, which had a powerful showing from “Chernobyl,” “Barry,” and “Big Little Lies.” Netflix, on the other hand, got four nominations each for the critically acclaimed dramas “The Crown” and “Unbelievable.”

This year, Netflix has proven it isn’t just another insignificant contender of Hollywood at the Golden Globe. Considering how the hard-campaigning streaming site managed to sweep the Golden Globe award nominations and beat out traditional studios in its short history as a motion-picture distributor, there is no doubt people will remember 2019 as the Year of Netflix.