After 8 years, 73 episodes, multiple deaths and countless nude body parts, Game of Thrones finally concluded this year.
A once in a generation hit with both public and critics, Game of Thrones won an astonishing 47 Primetime Emmy Awards. To put this in perspective, the previous record for a scripted television series, held by Frasier, was 37.
With the final season now aired, it seems increasingly probable that the show will pass a half century of Emmy wins in September.
But where are those three extra awards going to come from?
The safest bet here is Outstanding Drama. Bookmaker Paddy Power has Game of Thrones the overwhelming favourite at 1/4 to win the category. At best this seems a two horse race, with Killing Eve at 4/1. After that, it is all long shots, with Better Call Saul at 20/1, and Pose at 25/1.
There is also a very good chance that the show will pick up another Emmy in the Outstanding Directing: Drama Series category. The episode The Long Night is the favourite here at 4/11, with The Iron Throne second favourite at 11/2.
However, the show is unlikely to have things all its own way. With a huge cast, it’s difficult for any particular actor to stand out for particular recognition. Nevertheless, there is a chance for Kit Harington to pick up the Outstanding Lead Actor: Drama award. He’s currently at 12/1, comfortably in the chasing back behind Jason Bateman who remains at Evens.
At 9/2 Emilia Clarke is better placed to win Outstanding Lead Actress, though she will have to get past favourite Sandra Oh.
The Outstanding Supporting Actress: Drama category is full of GoT options. Maisie Williams and Lena Headley are both at 10/3, Gwendoline Christie is at 9/1 and Sophie Turner is at 22/1. However, with so many options to choose from, it seems likely the vote will be split, allowing Julia Garner to win for Ozark.