The Emmys May Have Just Started Major 'Game Of Thrones' Drama


Drama is coming.

The Emmy Committee announced their nominees for this year's award show, and “Game of Thrones” got a buttload of nominations, which is the least shocking news of all time.

With a staggering 23 Emmy nominations, more than any other drama series, "GoT" isn't finished dishing out the drama yet.

As it turns out, the show's biggest battle may come from the sheer amount of stars who were recognized for their work in Westeros.

Three "GoT"-ers snagged noms in the Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series category, alongside Dame Maggie Smith (“Downton Abbey”), Maura Tierney (“The Affair”) and Constance Zimmer (“UnREAL”).

Will Lena Headey blow up the competition like King's Landing?

Maybe some more metal for the Mother of Dragons?

Could the presenter potentially have to announce the award goes to the girl with no name?

The "GoT" nomination drama doesn't stop there!

House Harrington and House Dinklage are also set to do royal battle in the Outstanding Supporting Actor category.

Individual episodes “Battle of the Bastards” and “The Door” were also both nominated for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series.

Other notable nominees for the show include writers David Benioff and DB Weiss for the Outstanding Writing category and Max von Sydow for Outstanding Guest Actor.

The Emmys air live on ABC September 18.