6 Emmys Records That Could Fall in 2016 (Photos)

Joe Otterson
6 Emmys Records That Could Fall in 2016 (Photos)

Julia Louis-Dreyfus #1

Julia Louis-Dreyfus could potentially break or tie three records this year. The first: If she wins her fifth Emmy for her role on “Veep,” she will tie Don Knotts, Ed Asner, and Candice Bergen for most Emmys won for playing the same character

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus #2

A fifth win for her role on “Veep” combined with her previous win for “New Adventures of Old Christine,” would mean Dreyfus becomes the all-time leader in wins in the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy category, surpassing Bergen and Mary Tyler Moore

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus #3

Winning her seventh overall Emmy would mean Dreyfus would tie for second place for most acting Emmy wins along with Allison Janney, Asner, and Moore

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Allison Janney

Allison Janney currently has seven Emmys to her name. A win this year for “Mom” would tie her with current record holder Cloris Leachman with eight each

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“Game of Thrones”

“Game of Thrones” could surpass “Frasier” for most Emmys ever won by a series. “Frasier” won 37 Emmys during its run. “Game of Thrones” has 35 going into Sunday and is up for nine more awards in five categories, including Outstanding Drama Series

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“Modern Family”

It’s a bad year for “Frasier.” If “Modern Family” wins Outstanding Comedy Series for the sixth time this year, it would surpass “Frasier” for the most wins in the category

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