The Emmy awards reflect this year the fracture that breaks television. On the one hand, the giants. Game of Thrones Y Veep, the two most nominated and awarded series in the history of these awards, are again nominated as best drama and comedy series, respectively. And below them, an apparent infinity of minor titles in follow-up, because television is now a fragmented world of small audiences spread over a growing number of series, but greater in artistic ambitions. That's where remarkable recognitions to series impossible to emit not so long ago: Pose, Bodyguard or Succession. Next to them, they repeat Better Call Saul.
Game of Thrones he has achieved in his last season his best crop of nominations: 32, including for the first time a good part of his cast. There are for the first time veterans Kit Harington (who played Jon Snow) or Emilia Clark (Daenerys in fiction).
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