Battle of TV titans as Hollywood gears up for 2019 Emmys

“Game of Thrones” is already the winningest drama series in Emmys history with 57 overall wins, but newcomer “Succession” will look to dethrone the show.
2:19 | 09/20/19

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We are back now with the emmys' excitement. Just two days away from TV's biggest night, the first major awards show of the season. So the big question, will "Game of thrones" continue their reign or be dethroned? Give us a prediction, T.J. Holmes. My goal is to make it through the intro without a winter is coming reference, okay. That's my point. So you can't help but talk about "Game of thrones." Look, final season 32 nominations, a record. I don't know about winter, but more awards are coming. Oh. And the Emmy goes to -- Reporter: Two days to go until the Emmy awards. Here's a prediction for you. We've got one more award to go. Reporter: "Game of thrones" will win everything. That's what many are expecting for the ratings powerhouse fresh off its final season. We have the won great war. Now we will win the last war. Reporter: "Game of thrones" is already the winningest drama series in Emmy's history, it has 57 wins overall. When you play the game of thrones you win or you die. Reporter: But stiff competition comes from a newcomer. "Succession." Go on. Give it your best shot. Reporter: "Game of thrones" isn't the only series looking to sweep this Sunday. Since I started working for you. Reporter: "Veep" is looking for its fourth win as outstanding comedy season facing off against "Barry," "Fleabag" and "The marvelous Mrs. Maisel." "Veep's" vif Julia louis-dreyfus could get a seventh Emmy. Her six emmys for playing that character the most anybody has won for playing the same character. Yeah. Oh, my god. That is so great for me. Reporter: There is a new kid on the block. Feeb bye waller-bridge could fall off an upset for her role in "Fleabag." That would ruin my life. Reporter: Some people get upset. "Stranger things," "The handmaid's tale," "Big little shut out. Let me explain. They're not eligible because of when they premiered. They missed the deadline for being eligible this year. Some say they did it by design to avoid "Game of thrones" juggernaut this year. Just a rumor but still that's why some of the bigger names aren't in there. But "Game of thrones" is likely to clean house. "Ozark" I like too. Good show. Two days. Some of our favorite shows. Winter is coming, though.

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