‘Game of Thrones’ Emmys record: It has 45 wins, so how many more will it add next week?

Game of Thrones” tied “Saturday Night Live” as the biggest winner at the 2018 Creative Arts Emmys over the weekend. Both shows won seven prizes, extending their respective records. “SNL” is the most awarded show of all time, now with 71 wins. And “Game of Thrones” continues to be the most awarded primetime drama or comedy of all time, now with 45 total prizes. How many more do you think it will win when the final awards are handed out at the primetime telecast on Monday?

“Thrones” is up for five more awards at the upcoming telecast: Best Drama Series, Best Drama Supporting Actor (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Peter Dinklage), Best Drama Supporting Actress (Lena Headey), Best Drama Writing (“The Dragon and the Wolf”) and Best Drama Directing (“Beyond the Wall” and “The Dragon and the Wolf”). If it wins all of them that will bring it to 12 awards for the year, tying its totals from 2015 and 2016 when the show set the record as the most awarded continuing series ever in a single year. And that would bring the show’s all-time total to an even 50.

But might it actually come away completely empty-handed on Monday? That’s actually what our latest racetrack odds say. We rank it second for Best Drama Series and Best Drama Directing, behind “The Handmaid’s Tale” in both cases. And Dinklage is in second place for Drama Supporting Actor behind front-runner David Harbour (“Stranger Things”). But even if “Thrones” has an unlucky night its place in history looks pretty secure. It’s hard to imagine any drama or comedy will approach its all-time haul anytime soon.

So what has “Thrones” won so far? See the complete list below.

Best Drama Series (2015, 2016)

Best Drama Supporting Actor
Peter Dinklage (2011, 2015)

Best Drama Directing
“Mother’s Mercy” (2015)
“Battle of the Bastards” (2016)

Best Drama Writing
“Mother’s Mercy” (2015)
“Battle of the Bastards” (2016)

Best Drama Casting (2015, 2016)

Best Costumes (Series)
“The Prince of Winterfell” (2012)
“The Lion and the Rose” (2014)

Best Costumes (Period/Fantasy)
“The Winds of Winter” (2016)

Best Costumes (Fantasy/Sci-Fi)
“Beyond the Wall” (2018)

Best Main Title Design (2011)

Best Makeup (Non-Prosthetic, Single-Camera Series)
“The Old Gods and the New” (2012)
“Kissed by Fire” (2013)
“Mother’s Mercy” (2015)
“Battle of the Bastards” (2016)

Best Makeup (Prosthetic)
“The Children” (2014)
“The Door” (2016)
“The Dragon and the Wolf” (2018)

Best Music Composition (Series)
“The Dragon and the Wolf” (2018)

Best Picture Editing (Single-Camera Drama)
“The Dance of Dragons” (2015)
“Battle of the Bastards” (2016)

Best Production Design (Single-Camera Series)
“Garden of Bones”/”The Ghost of Harrenhal”/”A Man Without Honor” (2012)

Best Production Design (Contemporary/Fantasy)
“The Laws of God and Men”/”The Mountain and the Viper” (2014)
“High Sparrow”/”Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken”/”Hardhome” (2015)
“Blood of My Blood”/”The Broken Man”/”No One” (2016)

Best Production Design (Single-Camera, Period/Fantasy)
“Dragonstone” (2018)

Best Sound Editing (Series)
“Blackwater” (2012)
“Hardhome” (2015)

Best Sound Mixing (One Hour Series)
“Blackwater” (2012)
“Hardhome” (2015)
“Battle of the Bastards” (2016)
“Beyond the Wall” (2018)

Best Special Visual Effects
“Valar Morghulis” (2012)
“Valar Dohaeris” (2013)
“The Children” (2014)
“The Dance of Dragons” (2015)
“Battle of the Bastards” (2016)
“Beyond the Wall” (2018)

Best Stunt Coordination (2015, 2016, 2018)

Be sure to make your Emmy predictions today so that Hollywood insiders can see how their TV shows and performers are faring in our odds. You can keep changing your predictions as often as you like until just before winners are announced on September 17. Be sure to also predict winners for the Creative Arts ceremonies slated for September 8 and 9. And join in the fun debate over the 2018 Emmy taking place right now with Hollywood insiders in our television forums. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.

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