The 2017 Emmy Award nominations are out, and HBO is in front of the pack (all over again) although not because of usual heavy hitter “Game of Thrones.” This season it is all about “Westworld” and “Big Little Lies.” Meanwhile, there are many battling co-stars in various groups, that is pretty on brand for FX’s “Feud.” Both Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange received a nomination for lead actress in a limited series or movie. And Sterling K. Brown and Milo Ventimiglia are in competition with one another for lead actor inside a drama series for “This Really Is Us.”
- Here is the complete list of nominees
- “Game of Thrones” did not get any nominations. This is why.
Winter won’t be visiting the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards. “Bet on Thrones” (which accumulated an astounding 23 nominations this past year) isn’t qualified to become nominated for just about any Emmys this season.
The seventh season of “Game of Thrones” won’t premiere until This summer 16, meaning HBO’s fantasy series has missed the eligibility period that need considering with this year’s awards. (To entitled to the 2017 Emmys, a course needed to air episodes between June 1, 2016, and may 31, 2017.)
And, no, the 4 Season 6 episodes that aired throughout the aforementioned dates don’t count. The tv academy includes a “hanging episodes” rule. The Growing Season 6 episodes were classified as released in last year’s eligibility period, so regardless of how amazing “Fight from the Bastards” was, it can’t be nominated this time around.
This is actually the very first time since 2011 that “Game of Thrones” isn’t one of the year’s Emmy contenders.
The series, that was named the very best drama series for that second consecutive year in the 2016 awards, has won 38 Emmys since its debut and supports the record for many awards associated with a drama or comedy series.
Try not to shame everyone’s favorite dragon murder mystery series, yesterday was the growing season premiere party in La, also it was mad king crazy. Take a look at our full party recap.