The 2015 Primetime Emmy Awards are right around the corner and people are already starting to debate which of their favorite shows deserve to bring home the golden trophy this year. Perhaps the most fan lauded show up for nominations this year is HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” which earned a whopping 24 nominations.

After Season 5 captivated fans of the hit HBO fantasy drama, the show was nominated for a cavalcade of Primetime Emmy Awards, including the highly coveted outstanding drama series, best supporting actor and actress and best directing for a drama series. According to the official Emmys website, the show has earned 83 nominations and 22 wins since its premiere in 2011. With so many fans hoping to be vindicated for their love of the show by seeing it take home some Emmy awards, it’s important to understand which categories it’s eligible for.

As many may not be aware, most of the show’s nominations were presented at the Creative Arts Emmys, which were held on Sunday Sept. 12 and saw the series take home eight awards before the 2015 show, which will be hosted by Andy Samberg, even airs (via Yahoo TV). To help make sure fans of the show know when to cross their fingers and hold their breath during the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards, below is a rundown of all the categories in which the show is nominated, starting with the creative Emmys it already won.

Creative Arts Emmys (Won)

  • Outstanding Makeup For A Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)
  • Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Fantasy/Contemporary Program (One Hour or More)
  • Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series
  • Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series
  • Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series
  • Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour)
  • Outstanding Special Visual Effects
  • Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Drama Series, Limited Series, or Movie

Creative Arts Emmys (Lost) 

  • Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series
  • Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup For A Series, Limited Series, Movie Or A Special
  • Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Fantasy/Contemporary Program (One Hour or More)
  • Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series (Diana Rigg)
  • Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series

Primetime Emmys (To Be Announced At Sept. 20 Show) 

  • Outstanding Drama Series
  • Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series (Peter Dinklage)
  • Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series (Lena Headey and Emilia Clarke)
  • Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series
  • Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series
  • Outstanding Costumes For A Period/Fantasy Series, Limited Series Or Movie
  • Outstanding Main Title Design