Emmy Awards 2015: Expectations and Anticipations In Tonight’s Awards Presentation; Where To Watch the Emmys?

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3909725882_1291a2238a_bIt’s Emmy’s night! The 67th Prime Time Emmy Awards will once again bring together TV’s top stars, creators and writers. The night of hoors, which will be hosted by Andy Samberg and airing on Fox, will begin broadcasting live at 8 p.m. EST.

This year, the rules have changed for many of the categories, thus, surprises are to be expected. Some categories have been split, while shows in the drama/comedy categories have to submit and defend why their series belong to the category in which they are hoping to get a nomination.

Apart from the rule changes, the number of oinations have also increased to seven noninees per category. All these are being done to prevent TV insiders from gaming the nomination process, which has been somewhat of a problem at the Emmys for years.

This year’s highly anticipated Emmy wins include: Jon Hamm, for his portrayal as Don Draper in “Mad Men.” This will be the last year the series gets to enter nominations, as the show bowed out for good last Spring. Hamm, who has been nominated for best actor for “Mad Men” since 2007, has yet to win his acting plum. Will this be the year?

“Game of Thrones” leads the nomination this year, with 24. Will Lena Headey bag the Best Actress trophy? Or will it be co-star Emila Clarke?

In comedy, “Modern Family” has been the jury’s favorite, bagging the Best Comedy award for the last five years. But this year, there’s strong buzz that the transgender family series “Transparent” is going to bumb the ABC series out of the spot. Will it happen?

Catch the Emmy’s tonight on Fox. But you can also catch pre-awards red carpet show at Yahoo TV! or E! Online. During the show,  you can also watch backstage streams at the official Emmys site.

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