Game of Thrones is over, but rewards keep coming. For the final season of the HBO series, Got He won several major victories at the Primetime Emmy Awards in 2019, setting many records and stages.
Since its premiere in 2011, Game of Thrones was nominated for a 161 Primetime Emmy Award, most for a series of scripts in history. Game of Thrones for the fourth time he won the award for the most outstanding dramas, becoming the fifth show with Madmen, West wing, L.A. Law, as well as Hill Street Blues once shows to win it many times.
Actor Peter Dinklage, who portrayed Tyrion Lannister in the series, also made history by winning his fourth Emmy for an outstanding supporting actor in a drama series. Aaron Paul (Breaking bad) was previously associated with Dinklag after winning three times, and now Dinklag is left alone with this milestone, becoming the most decorated actor in his category. Dinklage is the only actor from Game of Thrones Win an acting award during the run of the series.
“I believe that I was so lucky to be a member of the community that deals with tolerance and diversity, because nowhere else could I stand on such a stage,” Dinklag said in his award speech. “About 10 years have passed, everything is said and done, from the moment of my meeting [series creators] David [Benoiff] and Dan [Weiss] until now. I had no idea what I was getting into, but I knew that David and Dan were great … We did nothing but sweat, we did nothing but laughter. "Dave and Dan, we literally walked through fire and ice for you – literally – and I would do it all again in an instant."
Along with receiving the awards “Outstanding Drama Series” and “Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series,” Game of Thrones He also won 10 awards at the Creative Emmy contest earlier this month, receiving 12 Emmy wins out of 32 nominations last season.
Here are some of the milestones Game of Thrones hit over the years:
- In 2019, a total of 32 nominations for an Emmy Award were received, which is a record for any show in one year.
- He won the most Emmy awards among all shows in 2019 with 12 wins.
- Generally, Game of Thrones earned 161 Emmy nominations, a record for a series of scenarios.
- Game of Thrones has the most wins in a series of scenarios with 59 Emmy wins.
- Peter Dinklage has the most victories and nominations for all time in the category “Outstanding Supporting Actor” in the category “Drama”.
- The fifth show in history to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series four times.
Dont be upset Game of Thrones To be finished. HBO put one Game of Thrones prequel to production, which will take place thousands of years before the main series. Plus, there is another one that is “close” to the pilot order. This second prequel is expected to follow the recent history of the Targaryen family, set 300 years before the events. Game of Thrones,
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