The fantasy series "Game of Thrones" has again set its own record at the US television awards Emmys. The series, which ended after eight seasons in May, won two awards (best drama series and best supporting actor) at the gala on Sunday evening in Los Angeles, having previously collected ten trophies in secondary categories.
Already in 2015 and 2016, the series had received twelve awards each – record. Among the other winners of the gala were, among others, the series "Fleabag", which was honored as best comedy series, " Chernobyl " and "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" and "Ozark". The Emmys are awarded in about 120 categories by about 24,000 members of the Television Academy. At the gala, the main categories take center stage. For the fourth time in the Emmy story, there was no presenter at the gala ceremony.