Break out your ballots and put on your thinking caps: It's time to make Emmy predictions.
TV's highest honor will be given out Sunday at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards (8/7c on Fox), where a ton of questions will be answered. Will Mad Men four-peat? Will bridesmaids Steve Carell, Jon Hamm, Hugh Laurie or Michael C. Hall finally become the bride? Will Emmy host Jane Lynch walk away an Emmy winner?
Check out the list of nominees, make your picks and see if they match up with ours.
A sign of things to come? Boardwalk Empire won a leading seven awards at the Creative Arts Emmys.
HBO's freshman drama took home statuettes Saturday night for casting, makeup, art direction, editing, visual effects, sound editing and cinematography. Game of Thrones and Mildred Pierce were also among the HBO programs recognized, bringing the cable channel's total tally to 15 wins.
See photos, nominees and more in our Emmys section
Boardwalk, which has already earned Golden Globes for the show and leading man Steve Buscemi, could do even more damage at next weekend's prime-time Emmy Awards, where the show looks to keep Mad Men from being named Outstanding Drama Series for a fourth consecutive year.
Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) is one heck of a CTU agent. Unfortunately, this superagent has encountered trouble in every shape and form over the last eight seasons of 24, from former CTU agent-turned-mole Nina Meyers to President Charles Logan to Jack's own father. TVGuide.com takes a look back at the best baddies in Jack's wake.
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While directing Friday's episode of Miami Medical, former ER star Paul McCrane made sure of one thing.
"There are helicopters in Miami Medical," McCrane says with a laugh, "but fortunately I stayed far away."
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McCrane, of course, played ER's Dr. Robert Romano, who lost his arm when he backed into the tail rotor blade of a chopper. One season later, McCrane's character was killed off when another helicopter crashed in the ambulance bay, crushing him.