It’s the biggest awards night of the year in television, and Game of Thrones is represented in a big way at this year’s Emmys! The most nominated show with 22 nominations (with 7 wins already at the Creative Arts ceremony on September 8th), GoT will be competing tonight in several major categories, including:
- Outstanding Drama – Game of Thrones wins!
- Outstanding Supporting Actor (Nominees: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Peter Dinklage) – Update: Peter Dinklage has won the Emmy!
- Outstanding Supporting Actress (Lena Headey)- Update: Thandie Newton of Westworld takes the prize.
- Outstanding Directing, 2 nominees-
Jeremy Podwesa –‘The Dragon and the Wolf’ – 707
Alan Taylor – ‘Beyond the Wall’ – 706
Update: Stephen Daldry has won for directing The Crown.
- Outstanding Writing – David Benioff & D. B. Weiss – ‘The Dragon and the Wolf’ – Update: The writing team from FX’s The Americans wins this one.
A few shots from the red (okay, gold) carpet:
Liam Cunningham and Isaac Hempstead Wright are in the house!
isaac y liam cunningham también han llegado pic.twitter.com/HD67v0eJbG
— varcradel (@haringtonsnows) September 17, 2018
Emilia Clarke presenting with Millie Bobby Brown:
— dragon’s daughter (@yeahclarke) September 18, 2018
Kit Harington presented with Constance Wu:
— Edwin Spencer (@edwinspencer) September 18, 2018
Peter Dinklage wins!
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) September 18, 2018
We’ll keep you updated on the wins, speeches and highlights in the hours to come!
Update: The ceremony has come to a close, with Game of Thrones winning two awards tonight, one for Peter Dinklage and one for the whole damn show- Outstanding Drama! That brings the 2018 Emmy total for Game of Thrones to NINE once we add in all the technical awards. What a fantastic haul for season 7. Congrats to the cast and crew of this amazing show, and we can’t wait to see what the final season has in store!