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This year's Emmy awards winners shows me hope for the near future of television. One of my favorite shows, 'Game of Thrones' has broken the record for most Emmys won. The show now has an all time total of 38. That is super impressive. Along with that, Remi Malek won the award for best leading actor in a drama series.
Of course, there were many others that took home awards, but these two stand out the most for me. This shows me that HBO and other channels will continue to churn out more and more serious/adult driven shows. The proof is now there that they can make shows that aren't dumbed down, and don't censor every little thing that may trigger someones political correctness.
'Game of Thrones' pushes the bar as far as it possibly can when it comes to what they show. And 'Mr. Robot' is probably one of the most difficult shows to follow that I've ever seen. Yet they both won the most/hardest Emmys to win.
With that said, I am a huge advocate for Netflix. That company is doing so many great things, in all the best ways. If it were up to me, I would love to see my favorite shows ripped from cable companies, and placed in the awesome hands of Netflix. Though they are doing a wonderfull job of that so far, It will still be a while before they succeed (I think). Though in the meantime, It's awesome to see television taking a more intellectual and less-censored approach.