Nomination ballots for the 63rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards had to be submitted by Friday June 24 at 5:00 pm PT. The nominations will be revealed on July 14 at 5:35 am PT. Gold Derby surveyed a slew of TV experts for their predictions in the 19 top Emmy races. Our pro pundits are: Michael Ausiello (TV Line), Daniel Manu (Television Without Pity), Melanie McFarland (IMDB), Matt Mitovich (TV Line), Frazier Moore (Associated Press), Tom O’Neil (Gold Derby), Jill Serjeant (Reuters), Paul Sheehan (Gold Derby) and Ken Tucker (Entertainment Weekly). See all of their predictions here.
Our experts are confident about who will hear their names announced as nominees. But who should not bother getting up early that morning? And what shows will be left off the lists of contenders? Many of these people and programs have been nominees in the past but are expected to be missing from this year’s ballot. We highlight these former Emmy favorites as well as high-profile newcomers destined to be snubbed a new photo gallery. Are any of your choices here? VIEW GALLERY