Netflix has cut ties with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) – at least for now.

Then later Friday, Amazon confirmed a similar split from the organization that’s behind the Golden Globe awards.

The HFPA came under fire in recent months when it was revealed the organization lacked a single Black member, and faced accusations of somewhat unprofessional behaviors and accepting gifts from competing productions.

On Thursday, the HFPA voted to make a handful of changes to the organization, including bringing in a Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer, as well as new members, presumably with a focus on diversity.

Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos, however, was not thrilled with the changes made, and sent the HFPA a letter to demand more action be taken.

“Like many in our industry, we’ve been waiting for today’s announcement in the hope that you would acknowledge the breadth of issues facing the HFPA and provide a clear roadmap for change,” read the letter, according to Deadline.

Sarandos admitted that the new changes were “a first step,” but said he didn’t believe they would ultimately solve the “systemic diversity and inclusion challenges, or the lack of clear standards for how your members should operate.”

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