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Emmy Awards 2019: Where and when to See the awards Reside in India

The 71st Emmy Awards are going to likely be held in Los Angeles on Monday, September 23 and popular show Game of Thrones is anticipated to lead the listing of top champions. Indian lovers waiting patiently to the awards night must get up early since the event starts broadcasting 5 am on Monday. Star World will broadcast the event along with also a repeat telecast will be finished at 10:30 pm IST.

Game of Thrones, the only show to be nominated in all seven play classes, is one of those with the highest nominations – besides the nods for Directing for a Drama Series, Outstanding Drama Series, Writing for a Drama Series, celebrities Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington have been nominated for Lead Actor and Lead Actress in a Drama, respectively.

Gwendoline Christie, Lena Headey, Sophie Turner, and Maisie Williams have been nominated for Supporting Actress in a Drama.

Clubbing equally Primetime Emmys and the Creative Arts Emmys, Game of Thrones’ closing season has bagged 32 nominations, the most nods received in one year by any series in the background of the awards.

The Emmy awards this year may also focus the spotlight on LGBTQ ability, together with many queer artists and shows featuring gay, lesbian and transgender personalities one of the nominees. The FX series Pose, which investigates the 1980s civilization of New York’s underground ballroom, showcased the biggest cast of transgender celebrities in regular series functions as it premiered last season and is competing for the best drama series honors. The show’s lead star Billy Porter is the first openly gay black guy nominated for best lead actor in a play.

As the Oscars went with no bunch in January this year, the Emmys follow match along with the star-studded lineup of presenters includes Gwyneth Paltrow, Ben Stiller, Michael Douglas, Naomi Watts, Julia Louis-Dreyfus… along with also the Kardashian clan. All of 10 Game of Thrones behaving nominees will even take the stage in the occasion.