Game of Thrones Season 8 Emmy Wins So Far

TVGuide.com | 9/16/2019 | Amanda Bell
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The watch has ended for Game of Thrones fans after the show's eighth and final season, but there's still a little more action ahead for Westeros. No, we're not talking about any prequel series (or the impending real-life arrival of winter) — instead, it's awards season that will get the series' cast and creatives back on the battlefield. The HBO epic heads into next weekend's 71st Primetime Emmy Awards with a record-breaking slate of nominations.

Judging by the results of the Creatives Arts Emmy Awards, which took place Sept. 14 and 15, the night will not be dark and full of terrors for Game of Thrones at the Primetime Emmys, no matter how polarizing Season 8 may have been. The show is already cleaning house and taking home some of the most coveted trophies in show business.

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The behind-the-scenes talent on Game of Thrones notched a few more wins this weekend, including honors for costuming, makeup, editing, and sound. Here's a breakdown of everything Game of Thrones has won for its final year at the Emmys so far.

Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series: Although there weren't many new additions to the call sheet for Game of Thrones Season 8, casting directors Nina Gold, Robert Sterne, and Carla Stronge still notched another win for their work on the series' final stretch.

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Outstanding Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes: Costume designer Michele Clapton's trophy shelf got even heavier over the weekend, as she won her fifth Game of Thrones Emmy (and sixth Emmy overall) for "The Bells." Costume supervisors Emma O'Loughlin and Kate O'Farrell were also awarded. Considering that was the episode where Daenerys Targaryen's (Emilia Clarke) outfits were working overtime to justify that Mad Queen heel-turn, this victory was much deserved.

Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series: Game of Thrones had three contenders in the category, and...
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