‘Game of Thrones’ nabs 23 Emmy nominations, while Beyonce’s Lemonade makes a digital splash, too

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Los Angeles, CA - And the Emmy goes to....

A YouTube video?!

Yeah, this year's Emmy awards are including a lot more digital content, and that means it won't just be your favorite TV shows competing for gold statues but also YouTube and other digital sites, too.

And Houston's own Queen Bey-- Beyonce is busting out in the new award category, picking up four Emmy noms for her masterpiece, Lemonade.

Beyonce even received an Emmy nod for directing the critically-acclaimed Lemonade, and some insiders think this could be her year to add some awards to go along with her 20 Grammys!

But the real talk of Tinseltown is "Game of Thrones" for slaying the competition with a commanding 23 nominations!

Yeah, some things never change, like "Thrones" getting all kinds of technical nods.

And for the sixth year in a row, the show is up for outstanding drama.

But back to the digital domain: new categories like "outstanding short form variety series" have YouTube nominated for "Honest Trailers."

And even Jerry Seinfeld's online show on Crackle is up for "outstanding variety talk series."

The Academy says that since more people are watching more content digitally, it wants to reward those creative efforts and recognize excellence.

You can get a complete list of all the nominees at Emmys.com.

But you'll have to wait until September 18th to see who wins.

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