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Game Of Thrones Is The Most Awarded Scripted Show In Emmy History

If the

Emmys

had an Iron Throne, HBO's

Game of Thrones

would surely be sitting atop it.

The fantasy series based on George R.R. Martin's

A Song of Ice and Fire

 novels dominated at the

2016 Emmys

for the second year in a row, racking up 12 wins including for Outstanding Drama. As ScreenCrush reports, that ties the record the show set in 2015 for most Emmys in a single year.

But on a grander scale, the 12 new trophies give the show 38 total, making it the most awarded scripted show in Emmy history. Sorry,

Frasier

. You've been dethroned.

Host Jimmy Kimmel rode into the ceremony on the back of

Drogon

, hinting at the domination to come. In addition to the award for top drama, showrunners

David Benioff

and

D.B. Weiss

won Outstanding Writing Drama and

Miguel Sapochnik

won Outstanding Directing Drama for the episode "

Battle of the Bastards

." The show also snagged awards for Outstanding Production Design and Outstanding Casting, among others.

It wasn't a total victory, however. Nominees

Kit Harington

(Jon Snow),

Peter Dinklage

(Tyrion Lannister),

Emilia Clarke

(Daenerys Targaryen)

Lena Headey

(Cersei Lannister),

Maisie Williams

(Arya Stark), and

Max von Sydow

(the Three-Eyed Raven), were all shut out of the acting categories.

Check out the complete

list of winners

and prepare yourself for season 7 with some tantalizing

spoilers

.