By now, you’ve probably seen a clip of the Emmy-winning drama The Handmaid’s Tale on the big screen, but that won’t stop you from taking a look at some of the most popular TV shows this year.
We’re talking about some of our favorite TV shows from the past 10 years.
Below are some of your favorite TV Shows of the past decade, which will be receiving Emmys in 2017.
We’re not just talking about the Emmies, we’re talking Emmy nominations for every genre, too, which should give you a feel for how each of these shows were nominated in each category.
So, without further ado, here are the Emms of 2017:We know you’re probably wondering which shows were most nominated in the Emmie category, and that’s because this is the year we’re looking back at the Emme Awards for Emmys, which are the Oscars of TV.
That’s right, Emmys are the highest honors that the Emmy Awards give to television programs, and they’re also the Oscars for Emmieds.
(Yes, you read that right.)
But here’s the catch: Emmie Awards aren’t all about awards.
There’s also a whole bunch of Emmys that are for specific achievements, and while we love Emmys for celebrating the achievements of the people who create them, we don’t think we should be celebrating all of the same things that Emmiewas.
We thought we’d take a look back at some Emmys of the last decade and see what made them so special, so we can all celebrate the Emmoes of 2017!
We’re going to focus on shows that were nominated for Emmie Awards in 2017, but there are tons of Emmiem awards that are nominated for other categories, too.
Here’s a rundown of the top 10 EmmIES of 2017, as well as some other awards that have also been nominated in Emmioes.1.
The Handmaiden’s Tale (Netflix, 2017)A classic, it’s the most important story about a woman who is trapped in a world where her past is erased, and she must learn to live without it.
It’s also one of the best television shows of all time, so it’s no surprise that it won the Emie Award for Best TV Series in the category for Best Dramatic Presentation.
It has also been the most successful Netflix series to date, which is pretty incredible given that the first season cost $20 million and aired for three seasons.
This isn’t the first time a Netflix series has been nominated for an Emmie Award, but we’re glad that it was the first to do it.2.
Mad Men (AMC, 2017, for Season 7)The best drama series of 2017 was definitely Mad Men.
It was nominated for three Emmys and won three Emmie awards, and the Emmitt Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
But what was really impressive about this season is that it’s also the best drama season ever for AMC.
It only has five episodes, but it’s already gotten its fair share of awards nominations.
We loved how the series made its way to Emmy voters and was nominated three times for Out of the Park, Out of Sight, and Outstanding Achievement in TV Drama.3.
The Walking Dead (AMc, 2017; AMC, 2017 for Season 8)The Walking Dead season 8 episode 9 is one of our favorites of 2017.
We had to get our hands on the episodes because we can’t get them on Netflix.
But we’re so excited about this one because of how well it plays.
We also loved the way it went from a zombie-focused series into a zombie drama series, and how the show managed to have more action and gore than the season prior.4.
The Good Wife (CBS, 2017–2018)The Good Wife is one Emmy-winning show that has been on a steady decline since its premiere in 2005.
It had been a hit on HBO and Showtime, and then the show was cancelled in 2016.
But the series went on to have a big success on Netflix, and fans still keep coming back to see how the drama turned into a hit TV show.5.
The Americans (FX, 2018–2019)It might not be as big as other shows, but The Americans is one that has really kept fans in the loop on what’s going on in the world.
The series has won the Emmy Award for best drama for two consecutive seasons and a Peabody Award for outstanding drama series.
The cast is also known for being a powerhouse group, and this is one show that will always be a hit.6.
American Horror Story: Coven (FX / AMC, 2018)This is the first installment in a season of shows where we’ll see a new character or two on the show.
We’ll also see the return of a few of the