I was first introduced to the TV Series Game of Thrones by a neighbour, I particularly liked it because I love fantasy, action and adventure. Then it became an addiction for me, on a yearly basis and for the past 5 years I have been a loyal fan to the happenings of the story. The twists, the action, the pain, the love and the hate. I always get a feeling of satisfaction when things end the way I want it to. I am fond of House Stark and have a soft spot for Jon Snow and Arya Stark. So it comes as no surprise to me that Game of Thrones birthed by George RR Martin’s novels was named best drama series and picked for its outstanding writing and directing.
Game of Thrones, eventually won 12 Awards in this year’s Emmy in Los Angeles bringing the total to 38 which beats Frasier’s previous record of 37.
According to reports from Sky News, Showrunner David Benioff told reporters:
“We love Frasier and he had a long run and we’re sure someone will come along and take it from us.
“We just hope it doesn’t happen until we’re all dead.”
Game of Thrones missed out, however, in the acting categories – despite three of its stars, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke and Maisie Williams being hotly tipped in the supporting actress category.
The award went to Dame Maggie Smith although she was not present at the ceremony, for her performance as the Dowager Countess Violet Crawley in the final series of Downton Abbey.
We say Congratulations to Game Of Thrones and we hope next season would be as thrilling as its last.