Are you a true TV fanatic? Test your knowledge of 2017's Emmy-nominated shows

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From new series to old favorites, see if you can win big with our Emmy trivia.

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HBO's 'The Night Of' earned several 2017 Emmy nominations.
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This British star nabbed Emmy noms for both 'Girls' and 'The Night Of':

Riz Ahmed, a British actor seemingly everywhere in Hollywood these days, scored two noms for both Best Lead Actor in a limited series and Outstanding Guest Actor is a comedy series. He was also last seen in the latest chapter to the 'Star Wars' franchise in 'Rogue One.'

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'Stranger Things' on Netflix continues to garner attention from the Emmy awards.
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This 'Stranger Things' actress could make history on Emmy night:

At only 13 years of age, British actress Millie Bobby Brown may become the youngest ever to win a Best Supporting Actress in a drama Emmy. As the mysterious Eleven in the Netflix drama 'Stranger Things,' the actress's performance has made her a frontrunner for the award.

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Australian actor Geoffrey Rush.

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Australian actor Geoffrey Rush was nominated for his role in this mini-series:

Rush's portrayal of the iconic physicist Albert Einstein in "Genius" is one of 10 nominations that the critically beloved series received. The story was adapted from "Einstein: His Life and Universe," a book researched by Walter Isaacson at the Einstein archives at Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

Before Carrie Fisher's passing, the character of General Leia Organa was to have a major role in 'Episode IX.'
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Carrie Fisher received a posthumous Emmy nom for her role in this comedy series:

American actress Carrie Fisher, who passed away in late December 2016, has been nominated for her guest starring role in the Amazon comedy series "Catastrophe." In addition to starring in the upcoming "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," Fisher will also be seen next in the fantasy drama "Wonderwell."

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This former Broadway smash earned an Emmy nom for its live performance on NBC:

"Hairspray Live!," a television adaptation of the 2002 Broadway musical, earned an Emmy nomination for, naturally, "Outstanding Hairstyling in a Multi-Camera Series or Special." The event was a success for NBC, with about 9 million tuning in.

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The final trailer for 'Game of Thrones' season 7 has bite.
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HBO's 'Game of Thrones' received no Emmy noms this year because:

For the first time since 2011, "Game of Thrones" is not a contender in the Emmy Awards because its season 7 premiere date came too late. The television academy requires that a series premieres between June 1, 2016, and May 31, 2017.

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The Netflix series 'House of Cards.'
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The fifth time may be the charm for this 'House of Cards' actress:

For the fifth year running, American actress Robin Wright has been nominated for her role as Claire Underwood in the Netflix political drama "House of Cards." Wright, who also played a major role opposite Israeli actress Gal Gadot in "Wonder Woman," will next been seen in the sci-fi thriller "Blade Runner 2049."

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Chef's Table on Netflix.
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The foodie-focused 'Chef's Table' earned its 6th Emmy nom for this network:

"Chef's Table," which profiles the culinary genius and restaurants of the world's greatest chefs, is nominated twice this year for Outstanding Documentary and Outstanding Cinematography. Its fourth season hits Netflix later this year.

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'Saturday Night Live' tied this series for the most Emmy nominations with 22:

The HBO sci-fi fantasy drama "Westworld" performed much better than expected, picking up a remarkable 22 Emmy nominations. The series – starring American actors Evan Rachel Wood, Jimmi Simpson and James Marsden – is now the frontrunner for best dramatic series.

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Mandy Patinkin speaking at a conference.
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American actor Mandy Patinkin earned his third Emmy nom for this series:

Mandy Patinkin is once again up for an Emmy for his portrayal of Saul Berenson in Showtime's "Homeland." The series, based on a hit TV series from Israel, is headed into its seventh season and will reportedly be set in Virginia.

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