You decide: Who will win Golden Globes in the 11 TV categories?

Who will be the nominees and winners in the 11 television races at the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards? Our new predictions center is now open for you to log your picks.

At last year’s awards, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” its leading man Andy Samberg and Amy Poehler (“Parks and Recreation“) were the comedy winners. On the drama side, it was first wins for “Breaking Bad” and Bryan Cranston plus Robin Wright (“House of Cards“).

Among returning laffers, look for possible continued support of “The Big Bang Theory” (Jim Parsons), “Episodes” (Matt LeBlanc), “Girls” (Lena Dunham), “House of Lies” (Don Cheadle), “Louie” (Louis C.K.), “Modern Family” (Sofia Vergara), “New Girl” (Zooey Deschanel), “Nurse Jackie” (Edie Falco), “Orange is the New Black” (Taylor Schilling), and “Veep” (Julia Louis-Dreyfus).

Freshman contenders could include “Bad Judge” (Kate Walsh), “Black-ish” (Anthony Anderson), “Derek” (Ricky Gervais), “Jane the Virgin” (Gina Rodriguez), “Mulaney” (John Mulaney), “Silicon Valley” (Thomas Middleditch), “Transparent” (Jeffrey Tambor), and “Vicious” (Ian McKellen).

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While “Breaking Bad” will not be back, returning dramas include: “The Blacklist” (James Spader), “Boardwalk Empire” (Steve Buscemi), “Downton Abbey” (Michelle Dockery), “Game of Thrones” (Peter Dinklage), “The Good Wife” (Julianna Margulies), “Homeland” (Claire Danes), “House of Cards” (Kevin Spacey), “Mad Men” (Jon Hamm), “Masters of Sex” (Michael Sheen), “Orphan Black” (Tatiana Maslany), “Ray Donovan” (Liev Schreiber), and “Scandal” (Kerry Washington).

Among the newcomers with strong potential are: “The Affair” (Dominic West), “Gotham” (Ben McKenzie), “Halt and Catch Fire” (Lee Pace), “How to Get Away with Murder” (Viola Davis), “The Knick” (Clive Owen), “Madam Secretary” (Tea Leoni), “Manhattan” (John Benjamin Hickey), “Penny Dreadful” (Josh Hartnett), “Red Band Society” (Octavia Spencer), “State of Affairs” (Katherine Heigl), and “The Strain” (Corey Stoll).

Related: ‘True Detective’ will compete at Globes as limited series, SAG as drama series

While “True Detective” contended at the Emmys as a drama, the Globes have shunted the program and its stars Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson into the newly named Limited Series categories.

Other movie/mini Emmy nominees in the hunt at the Globes include “American Horror Story: Freak Show” (Jessica Lange), “Fargo” (Billy Bob Thornton), “The Normal Heart” (Mark Ruffalo), “Sherlock” (Benedict Cumberbatch), and “The Trip to Bountiful” (Cicely Tyson).

Other strong possibilities include: “Death Comes to Pemberley” (Matthew Rhys), “Extant” (Halle Berry), “Gracepoint” (Anna Gunn), “The Honourable Woman” (Maggie Gyllenhaal), “Houdini” (Adrien Brody), “The Missing” (James Nesbitt), “Olive Kitteridge” (Frances McDormand), “Peter Pan Live” (Allison Williams), “Return to Zero” (Minnie Driver), “The Spoils of Babylon” (Kristen Wiig), “24: Live Another Day” (Kiefer Sutherland), and “Worricker” (Bill Nighy).

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