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Best: 'Game of Thrones' Goes Down in Emmy History
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Best: 'Game of Thrones' Goes Down in Emmy History

Winter has arrived in Westeros, and Game of Thrones has arrived in the hallowed halls of TV greatness: HBO's dragons 'n' politics blockbuster is now the record-holder as the show to win the single most Emmys ever, period. The series now has 38 awards to its name (beating Frasier's 37), including Outstanding Drama Series for the second year running, and this season's most stunning episode, "Battle of the Bastards," nabbed trophies for both Writing and Directing of a Drama Series. It's no surprise that GoT cleaned up, but the sweep was deserved: Season Six was arguably the strongest yet, venturing into territory beyond the scope of George R.R. Martin's books and hitting a confident stride. Apparently you do know something, Jon Snow.