Like every other year, Emmy Award has been hosted to celebrate the best content on TV across American primetime and daytime shows. Game Of Thrones has always been a part of the nominations and winners since the award started in 2011. This year too HBO has submitted some episodes from the final season for the nominations.
Can you guess which are those episodes? Hint: One of them was the worst ending in the history of poor endings.
You got it right. The network has submitted the last episode The Iron Throne for the best-directed episode of the season, helmed by DB Weiss and David Benioff. Another episode The Long Night and The Last of the Starks are also submitted for best directing of the season. These two were directed by Miguel Sapochnik and David Nutter respectively.
To jog your memory, the last episode of the final season was ill received and it was the one which led fans to sign a petition demanding a brand new season. The fans were disappointed with Dragon Queen’s death after going rogue.
Since the news of GOT season 8, episodes submitted to the Emmy Award nominations broke, the internet is going crazy with memes and jokes. Fans are baffled over the submission and praying that the biggest disappointment in the history of shows, should not win.
— Joanna Robinson (@jowrotethis) June 10, 2019
— Myles McNutt (@Memles) June 10, 2019
I rather talk about #Emmys !!! 🥳
The ballot is here, people !! #GameofThrones team already submitted their episodes for writing and directing Emmy categories, guess which episodes they put? 😩
— Aubrey✨ (@MoniqueAubrey) June 11, 2019
— Wilfred Lucas (@wilflucas) June 11, 2019
— House Wyrd (@HouseWyrd) June 11, 2019
can't wait for game of thrones to not win an emmy for best writing. it's gonna be a good good day
— thimbleful (@thethimbleful) June 12, 2019
so who thought it was a good idea for hbo to submit 8×06 of game of thrones for an emmy nomination in best writing category when this episode is of the most boring season finales to ever exist pic.twitter.com/UkI5dGFPdG
— ellie (@odairannies) June 11, 2019
"hbo submits game of thrones series finale for best writing emmy" pic.twitter.com/wReJow8N0m
— clara (@villanellesbae) June 15, 2019
— Patrick (@PatrickSikler) June 11, 2019