While fans may have been less than enthused about Game of Thrones Season 8, Emmy voters shared none of their qualms about the caliber of the final season of the hit HBO series.

The nominees for the 71st annual Primetime Emmy Awards took place Tuesday morning and Game of Thrones got a ton of love — so much, in fact, that the series has once again set an Emmys record. With a stunning 32 nominations, Game of Thrones has officially broken the record for most nominations for a show in a single season. The previous high-water mark was held by NYPD Blue, which nabbed 26 nominations in 1994.

In addition to Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke being nominated in the Outstanding Lead Actor and Actress in a Drama Series categories, the show itself was also nominated for Outstanding Drama Series. The Outstanding Supporting Actor category is stacked with Alfie Allen, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, and Peter Dinklage, while Lena Headey, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams, and Gwendoline Christie are all nominated in the Outstanding Supporting Actress category.

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That's already a pretty impressive showing, and it doesn't even factor in awards for directing, costumes, hairstyling, etc. (See the full list below.) This massive turnout for Game of Thrones helped HBO walk away from the nominations announcements with a record-breaking 137 nods. While fans might be shocked that Game of Thrones raked in so much support from voters with such a polarizing season, it doesn't come as too much of a surprise, given that final seasons of major shows tend to win big. Emmy voters often give a huge show of support to final seasons as a bit of a legacy vote, so we can probably expect a fair amount of these nominations to turn into actual awards.

Other popular series raked in more than respectable numbers (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel with 19, Chernobyl and Saturday Night Live with 18, Fosse/Verdon and Barry with 17, and When They See Us with 16), but none of them could touch Game of Thrones in its final season glory.

Check out the rest of the 2019 Emmy Awards nominees here!

Game of Thrones' complete 2019 Emmy nominations:

Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Period Or Fantasy Program (One Hour Or More)
Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series
Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-camera Series (One Hour)
Outstanding Fantasy/sci-fi Costumes
Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series
Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series
Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series
Outstanding Single-camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series
Outstanding Single-camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series
Outstanding Single-camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series
Outstanding Hairstyling For A Single-camera Series
Outstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media Within A Scripted Program
Outstanding Main Title Design
Outstanding Makeup For A Single-camera Series (Non-prosthetic)
Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup For A Series, Limited Series, Movie Or Special
Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score)
Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series
Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series
Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series
Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series
Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series
Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series
Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series
Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series
Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series
Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series
Outstanding Drama Series
Outstanding Sound Editing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour)
Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour)
Outstanding Special Visual Effects
Outstanding Stunt Coordination For A Drama Series, Limited Series Or Movie
Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series

The 71st Primetime Emmy Awards will air live Sunday, Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on Fox.

Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) in the <em>Game of Thrones</em> finale, "The Iron Throne."Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) in the Game of Thrones finale, "The Iron Throne."