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"Game of Thrones" dominates Emmy nominations with 23 nominations

The fantasy series "Game of Thrones" will start as favorite for the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards, the most important television, to achieve today 23 nominations, including best drama series, ahead of "The People v O.J. Simpson "with 22 and" Fargo "with 18. EFE

Actors Anthony Anderson ( "Black-ish") and Lauren Graham ( "Gilmore Girls") were responsible today to announce the nominations for the Emmy at a ceremony held at the Wolf Theatre Academy of Television in Los Angeles .

"Game of Thrones" will try to repeat that got the award for best dramatic series last year before "The Americans", "Better Call Saul", "Downton Abbey," "Homeland", "House of Cards" and "Mr. Robot".

Meanwhile, "Veep" defend the award won in 2015 for best comedy series against the applicants "Black-ish", "Master of None", "Modern Family", "Silicon Valley", "Transparent" and "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt".

Kyle Chandler ( "Bloodline"), Rami Malek ( "Mr. Robot"), Bob Odenkirk ( "Better Call Saul"), Matthew Rhys ( "The Americans"), Liev Schreiber ( "Ray Donovan") and Kevin Spacey ( " House of Cards) will compete for the Emmy for best dramatic interpreter.

In addition, the award for best actress in a drama series nominees will as last year's winner, Viola Davis ( "How to Get Away with Murder"), Claire Danes ( "Homeland"), Taraji P. Henson ( "Empire "), Tatiana Maslany (" Orphan Black "), Keri Russell (" The Americans ") and Robin Wright (" House of Cards ").

On the other hand, Anthony Anderson ( "Black-ish"), Aziz Ansari ( "Master of None"), Will Forte ( "Last Man on Earth"), William H. Macy ( "Shameless"), Thomas Middleditch ( "Silicon Valley ") and Jeffrey Tambor (" Transparent "), the winner of last year, the award for best comic actor will be played.

As for the comic actresses protagonists fight for this recognition the winner of the Emmy 2015 Julia Louis-Dreyfus ( "Veep"), Ellie Kemper ( "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"), Laurie Metcalf ( "Getting On"), Tracee Ellis Ross ( "blackish"), Amy Schumer ( "Inside Amy Schumer") and Lily Tomlin ( "Grace and Frankie").

Finally, the candidates for the Emmy for best limited series are "American Crime," "Fargo," "The Night Manager", "The People v O.J. Simpson "and" Roots ".

The 68th Primetime Emmy will be held on September 18 in the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles with Jimmy Kimmel as master of ceremonies.

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