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'Game Of Thrones' Officially Made TV History With Its 12 New Emmy Wins

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In case you missed it, "Game of Thrones" absolutely crushed the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night.

From Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams and Peter Dinklage lighting up the red carpet to "Game of Thrones" winning awards for Best Directing, Best Drama and Best Writing, the night was truly one to remember for Westeros' best and brightest.

After racking up 12 Emmy awards in total this year, “Game of Thrones” beat “Frasier” for the most Emmys ever for a scripted show, 38.

Winter is here. Game of Thrones breaks #Emmys record: https://t.co/JorWneOoF2 pic.twitter.com/sWrZCtY1S8 — BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) September 19, 2016

"A Song of Ice and Fire" writer George RR Martin joined HBO showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss on stage to accept one of the show's 12 awards.

Addressing the Microsoft Theater crowd, Benioff said,

We have the best cast that's I think ever been assembled.

That's a bold statement, but taking the success and popularity of "GoT" into account, Benioff is probably right on the money.

Ugh, is it summer 2017 yet?

Citations: Game of Thrones Now Has the Most Emmy Wins Ever (TIME)