Subject to unspeakable violence at the hands of brutal men over the years, the women of Westeros came back with a vengeance in the latest season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and strengthened the show’s leading role in Sunday’s Emmy awards. The popular medieval fantasy series enters the Primetime Emmys as the most-nominated show with 23 nods, including three in the supporting drama actress category and two in the supporting drama actor category.
Actress Lena Heady in the Backstage Creations Suites for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre. (File Photo: AP)
Maisie Williams attends the season six premiere of “Game of Thrones”. (File Photo: AP)