The popular HBO series Game of Thrones Season 8 has added yet another record to its long list of achievements. The much loved show has created history by setting a record for the most number of nominations at the 71st Emmy Awards this year. The show has been able to grab a total number of 32 nominations, thereby setting a record for the most number of nominations for any show in a single year.
Other than being nominated for the Best Drama Series, the show has also received acting nominations for Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington, Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, Maisie Williams, Nicholaj Coster – Waldau, Sophie Turner, Alfie Allen, Carice Van Houten and Gwendoline Christie. This happens to be a matter of great pride for the popular show which came to an end recently in the month of May.
Game of Thrones, which premiered way back in the year 2011, happens to be one of the most popular shows to be aired on television. The show is well – known for its display of immense violence and gratuitous nudity in all its episodes. The eighth and the final season of Game of Thrones was aired on April 14, 2019 and had received humongous response from the audiences. According to the latest reports, there are a total number of five prequels to the show which have already been planned.
The first of the five prequels has been tentatively named as Bloodmoon or The Long Night. The shooting for the show initially began in Belfast, North Ireland and has now been shifted to Italy.