George R.R. Martin (grrm) wrote,
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A New Record

Back from the Emmy Awards in LA.

A night to remember.

GAME OF THRONES set a new record for number of wins by a series in a single year. Eight last week, and four more on Sunday. That's twelve.



Pretty impressive haul when you line them up like that.

The previous record was nine, set by WEST WING.

Anyway... I will have more to say about the Emmys and all that, but we've only been home a few hours, and I'm still pretty tired (celebrating is hard work, and so is travel) so it will have to wait until tomorrow. I do have more to say, and a lot of people to thank.

For now, let it suffice to say that the Emmy looks very good in my TV room, and while it IS an honor just to be nominated (as I have been, six times before), it's even cooler to win.
Tags: awards, emmy awards, game of thrones, hbo, television
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