Game of Thrones’ recieves record-breaking 32 Emmy nominations
The final season of “Game of Thrones” received a record-breaking 32 Emmy nominations, the awards show announced on Tuesday.
The HBO fantasy adaptation used as a political metaphor for modern-day Americans across the idealogical spectrum has been nominated for outstanding drama series, with its stars Kit Harrington and Emilia Clarke nominated for outstanding lead actor and actress, respectively.
The hit series also packed the supporting actor and actress categories, with three out of the seven nominees for outstanding supporting actor coming from “Game of Thrones” and four out of the six nominees for outstanding supporting actress coming from the show.
Other shows leading among the nominees include Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” up for 19 awards, and HBO’s “Chernobyl,” following closely behind with 18 nominations.
The political comedy “Veep,” also highly popular among Beltway insiders, was also nominated for its final season.
The Emmy Awards airs Sep. 22 on Fox.