Before we can fill out our winners predictions for television's biggest night, the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, we need to figure out who will be there. That's where the annual nominations announcement comes in.
The nominations will be revealed on Thursday, July 12, starting at 11:20 a.m. ET/8:20 a.m. PT, and there are several options for you to choose from if you want to live stream the exciting event. You can watch the stream on the official Emmys.com page, as well as on the Emmys' YouTube and Facebook pages, the latter of which is embedded below so just keep this page open and leave the search behind.
Game of Thrones is actually eligible to receive nominations this year after having to sit out last year's awards due to the fact that its late 2017 premiere date kept it ineligible. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel was also not eligible last year, though it did clean up at the Golden Globes and Critics Choice Awards earlier this year and is expected to make splash this time around. Netflix darlings Stranger Things and The Crown are also great candidates for nominations this year, and it's worth mentioning that should Noah Schnapp snag a nomination, he'd tie the record as the youngest male actor ever to be nominated for a drama series (the record is currently held by 13-year-old nominee Johnny Crawford for The Rifleman in 1959).
After the nominations are all announced, be sure to mark down the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony on you calendars, which is set to air Monday, Sept. 17 on NBC.