Skip to comments.'Game of Thrones' reigns with 23 Emmy noms and Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' earns four nods
Posted on 07/14/2016 12:48:15 PM PDT by EveningStar
The nominations for the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards are out. "Game of Thrones" has the most chances to win big on Emmy night with a staggering 23 nominations. And "The People v. O.J. Simpson" is a close second with a total of 22 nods. Drama series "Fargo" is in third with 18 noms, and "Veep" continues to be a large presence at the Emmys with 17 nominations total.
Proving that there is truly no limit to this singer's reach Beyoncé film "Lemonade" is also up for four awards. Take a detailed look at the nominees by the numbers, read first hand nominee reactions, and see how the internet is celebrating or cursing their favorites.
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The last time I cared about the Emmys was probably oh, three decades ago.
Game of Thrones Beginners Guide: Uncensored (HBO
HEY — SPOILER ALERT
That pie in the last episode deserves its own award.
Could it be she called in help from an old friend who specializes in cooking Hot Pies?
What a powerful scene that was. How beautiful & inspiring regarding duty; truly a scene for our times.
Did you see that Benioff & Weiss apologized for that episode? I couldn’t believe it, but here it is: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6xpG74e_-94
SPOILER ALERT!! don’t watch if you’re not up to date.
Ahhh! Yes, certainly — and even better! Had not thought of that. Only thing is, good as the baker was, I know the pie was cold, stone COLD.
Reminds me of a bizarre surreal movie I saw ages ago.
It reminds me of the South Park episode “Scott Tenorman Must Die”, where Cartman gets revenge on a bully by feeding him a chili made from his own parents...
I liked that character. :(
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