‘Game of Thrones’ makes Emmy history with 32 nominations, more than any drama ever

Getting the most Emmy nominations is old hat for “Game of Thrones” by now, and its eighth and final season is no exception. The HBO epic fantasy collected an extraordinary 32 nominations, which is more than any drama in a single year in Emmy history, beating the record of 27 previously set by “NYPD Blue.” 
Check out the complete list of nominations here.
“Thrones” scored its eighth and final nomination for Best Drama Series, which it previously won in 2015, 2016 and 2018. A fourth win this year would tie it with “Hill Street Blues,” “L.A. Law,” “The West Wing” and “Mad Men” for the most Best Drama victories of all time. The show also picked up bids for Best Drama Actor (Kit Harington) and Best Drama Actress (Emilia Clarke), the show’s first ever lead-acting noms, though both Harington and Clarke have been nominated in the past as supporting performers.

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