Game of Thrones 2019 Emmy Nominations (Full List)
  • Outstanding Drama Series
  • Best Lead Actor in a Drama Series: Kit Harington (as Jon Snow) 
  • Best Lead Actress in a Drama Series: Emilia Clarke (as Daenerys Targaryen)
  • Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Lena Headey (as Cersei Lannister), Sophie Turner (as Sansa Stark), Maisie Williams (as Arya Stark), and Gwendoline Christie (as Brienne of Tarth)
  • Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: Alfie Allen (as Theon Greyjoy), Peter Dinklage (as Tyrion Lannister), and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (as Jaime Lannister). 
  • Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series: Carice Van Houten (as Melisandre of Asshai)
  • Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series: The Last of the Starks, The Long Night, and The Iron Throne
  • Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Period Or Fantasy Program (One Hour Or More): The Bells
  • Outstanding Special Visual Effects: The Bells
  • Outstanding Main Title Design
  • Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score): Ramin Djawadi
  • Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series
  • Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series: The Iron Throne by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss for The Iron Throne,
  • Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (One Hour): The Iron Throne
  • Outstanding Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes: The Bells
  • Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series: Miguel Sapochnik for The Long Night, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss for The Iron Throne, and David Nutter for The Last of the Starks
  • Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series: The Iron Throne, Winterfell, and The Long Night
  • Outstanding Hairstyling For A Single-Camera Series
  • Outstanding Makeup For A Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)
  • Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup For A Series, Limited Series, Movie Or Special
  • Outstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media Within A Scripted Program: Fight For The Living: Beyond The Wall Virtual Reality Experience 
  • Outstanding Music Composition For A Documentary Series Or Special: The Last Watch
  • Outstanding Sound Editing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour)
  • Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour)
  • Outstanding Stunt Coordination For A Drama Series, Limited Series Or Movie

“Oh my good lord, I never ever thought this would happen. I really didn’t. I went through every single emotion. I couldn’t be more delighted, this is the best day ever. It’s amazing so many of us have been nominated. I’m delighted for everybody. It’s a show we worked on for nearly 10 years. It’s meant so much to so many of us.

I honestly couldn’t feel more overwhelmed, privileged and heartened that people want to see more unconventional female storylines. I’m so excited for Kit and Emilia and Maisie and Alfie, and Nikolaj congratulated me this morning. It feels like a celebration. It was always going to be a situation where not everyone was going to be pleased with the final season. People have invested so much time and energy in talking about the show. Everyone had an idea about how it was going to end. It was truly and undeniably spectacular and had epic proportions that nobody has seen before.”

— Gwendoline Christie on her 2019 Emmy Nomination


The excitement I’ve felt throughout my body when I saw the goats walk in was just… complete and pure ecstasy. I’ve never felt that excited about anything in my life, ever. And I’ve been proposed to. That wasn’t even the best day of my life, this was.

Kit Harington shares personal photos with Esquire Magazine in their May Issue

“This is just me fucking around. I just got bored one day and put it on. Quite often Dany’s wigs were lying around. If that picture says anything, it’s about how much of your time is spent in hair and makeup. ”

“This is from this season. I think he’s asleep there. That was during these long nights filming battles. There was just something so weird about chilling in the greenroom—a tent, basically—with the Night King, who’s making jokes, and the White Walkers around him, who are cracking up. To you it’s normal, but to anyone else walking into that room, it would be bizarre. It’s these bits I’ll miss most—the moments of ‘What the fuck is my job?’”

“This was taken in Spain, and I thought Emilia looked like, as the old saying goes, a million bucks. To me, in this photo, she screams fifties, sixties, Old Hollywood chic. And that’s why I took this snap, ’cause she sort of has a timeless quality to her.”

“Kristofer has one of the most amazing faces ever. I think he looks like an Arctic explorer in this. He’s just wonderfully eccentric and became a very, very good friend.”

“I took this selfie during the Battle of the Bastards [season 6’s biggest episode]. Just to give you an idea, we had six stages of dirt and blood, and I’m on about stage three at that point. And it was pretty uncomfortable. All of that stuff on my face is sticky blood, which is sugar based and attracts wasps and flies. I think I took that selfie just to go, “What the fuck am I in? I’m halfway through this and this is how messy I am.”

We took this this season. I can’t remember what we were there for, whether it was a photo shoot or a costume thing, but it struck all of us that it was so rare that this many people were in one place at one time. So we were like, “Right. We need a family photo.” This is obviously just a snippet of people who were on Thrones. I’d love to get a massive group of everyone who was on Thrones in one big photo. This is just what we ended up with, kind of the core group of us, minus for some reason Lena [Headey, who plays Cersei Lannister]. I don’t know why she’s not there. But it’s a really happy photo. I remember diving into the middle of it, trying to be center. The photo cuts a bit through all the shiny little faces we have to pull on press tours, and the people we are when we’re all dolled up for a premiere or a talk show or what have you. When we get on set together, a group like this, we’re fucking goofy and we play around. And I think you can tell from this photo how much everyone loves each other.”

“Alfie, Richard, and I went to the Wheel of Belfast. It was that time when every city had to have a huge Ferris wheel. We were almost like kids ourselves, going on this big wheel and obviously having this souvenir photo taken. It’s just remarkable looking at it now and thinking we had no idea what was going to happen with the show. We were just young actors happy to be working—literally a world-at-your-feet sort of thing but no expectations from it.”