The winning continued for Netflix on Tuesday as investors sent the company’s shares up by almost 5 percent one day after the video-streaming leader cemented its place among the TV network titans by bringing home 23 Emmy Awards.

But while Netflix has plenty of hardware to show off, few of its awards came from the more prestigious of the Emmy categories. Claire Foy took home the Emmy for best actress in a drama series for her portrayal of a young Queen Elizabeth II in “The Crown,” which itself won five awards.

However, Foy was the only actor or actress from a Netflix series to win any of the best or supporting acting awards in either the drama or comedy series categories. Regina King won Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her role in Netflix’s “Seven Seconds.”

“The Crown” won a total of five Emmys, but it, and Netflix’s other best drama nominee, “Stranger Things,” missed out on the award for best drama series. That trophy went to HBO’s “Game of Thrones” for the third time in its six nominations. HBO also tied Netflix for most Emmy wins with 23.

Netflix’s two candidates for best comedy series, “GLOW” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” also had to watch as Amazon’s freshman comedy, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” took home the best comedy Emmy Award.

Still, while Netflix will have to wait a year for another crack at the top Emmy prizes, its haul this year wasn’t lost on Wall Street, as Netflix shares closed Tuesday at $367.65, or on analysts who follow the company.

“This was a solid accomplishment, and you can’t take that away from them,” said Michael Pachter, of Wedbush Securities. “In a way, they are ahead of where they need to be.”