ByAzaan Khan, writer at Creators.co
Azaan Khan

The 2014/2015 tv show runs have begun and are almost about to end. Many new faces were seen and to be honest, the show Better Call Saul, Empire and How To Get Away With Murder were the most outstanding. Many shows have, will end this year. We got to say goodbye to many fan favorite shows like Parks and Recreation, Two and a Half Men and Mad Men. Unfortunately, we might never see stars such as Amy Poehler and John Hamm on television ever again.

So now, let's go the the most important night in television history. THE EMMY'S!!!! The Emmy award is considered the most important award for a television show.

I'm not going to write about writing, directing, miniseries or tv movies. Let's just start with the most favored to win an award in the category's they are famous for:

COMEDY:

Outstanding Comedy Series: Well, Modern Family has been dominating the Emmy's for years but this year, they have pretty serious competition from newbie Jane The Virgin, who snatched a Golden Globe this year, and the fan favorites, The Big Bang Theory.

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: We all know it's gonna be Jim Parsons, or maybe Bob Odenkirk could win, if Better Call Saul was nominated as a comedy show.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Aaaah, a very tough category. Julia Louis-Dreyfous has dominated this category, but Amy Poehler can not be underestimated for her role of Leslie Knope in Parks and Recreation. It's a tie between these two, or maybe Gina Rodriguez might pull of a surprise.

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Without a doubt, it's one of the Modern Family men.

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: So, we have a tough fight between veterans Allison Janney and Kate Mulgrew. Julie Bowen and Mayim Bialik should not be underestimated, though.

DRAMA:

Outstanding Drama Series: It's a tough competition even without Breaking Bad. The most favored at Mad Men and Homeland.

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series: Honestly, it should go home with Kevin Spacey for his bad ass role of Frank Underwood, but John Hamm might finally win an Emmy, because, well you know he's Don Draper.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series: It's probably gonna go to Viola Davis or the Good Wife. I mean, Julianna Margulies.

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: With Aaron Paul gone, Peter Dinklage seems unstoppable.

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Christine Baranski and Leana Heady seem certain to walk out with an Emmy.

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