Emmys Spoil ‘Game of Thrones’ but Does It Matter?

Emmys Spoil ‘Game of Thrones’ but Does It Matter?

When should we be allowed to speak openly about spoilers? This question has been plaguing us for a long time. Is a week long enough? A year? Ten years?     It seems the Emmys had decided that spoiling the final season for Game of Thrones was fair game, considering the show ended in May and the Emmys were the 22nd of September. Although they didn’t show the end of the show, they did show the…     Ayra stabbing the Night King, a move which caused him to shatter like ice.   Image Via Business Insider   However, this …

Certain ‘GOT’ Actors Had to Submit Themselves for Emmy Consideration

Certain ‘GOT’ Actors Had to Submit Themselves for Emmy Consideration

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      Game of Thrones set a record last Tuesday when it received a record thirty-two Emmy nominations, breaking the record for the most nominations by a single program. In addition to writing and directing, several actors also got nominated for their work. One of the actors recently shared the story of how they got nominated. First reported by The Hollywood Reporter, Gwendoline Christie, who plays Brienne of Tarth, was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. But her submission wasn’t made by HBO, but was submitted by the actress herself. The premium channel confirmed that they …

‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Lead Emmy Nominations

‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Lead Emmy Nominations

In a not-so-shocking turn of events, HBO’s hit Game of Thrones and Hulu’s lauded The Handmaid’s Tale are leading the Emmy nominations with a cool twenty-two and twenty nominations, respectively.    Due to its timing, Game of Thrones was not eligible for the awards last year, leaving room for The Handmaid’s Tale to reign victorious, becoming the first show from a streaming platform to win best drama.   However, Game of Thrones is the favorite this year, and, as with all other years that it has been eligible, it is leading the nominations, beating out not only The Handmaid’s Tale …