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The 67th annual edition of the Emmy Awards begin at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET on Sunday, Sept. 20. Awards in 26 categories will be handed out at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles during a three-hour ceremony hosted by Andy Samberg that airs live nationwide on FOX. 

Join our team of editors, who cover the TV industry year-round, on the homepage for a two-hour pre-show beginning at 3 p.m. PT / 6 p.m. ET.  Be sure to follow us on Twitter @goldderby for all the latest results. Then, right after the kudocast, come back to join the conversation as we delve into the evening. How was Samberg in his rookie hosting gig? What were the best (and worst) moments? Did the right people and programs win? Who gave the best speech? Add your thoughts in our chatbox. 

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We are predicting the winners of all the races including Best Drama Series and Best Comedy Series. Our forecasts are based on a combination of four sets of predictions by: 18 Experts (journalists from outlets like Deadline, Variety and TV Guide who write about the Emmys)our seven EditorsTop 24 Users (those two dozen folks who scored the best predicting last year's winners); and thousands of reader just like you.

The battle for Best Drama Series is between four-time champ "Mad Men," which would be the first to win for a final season since "The Sopranos" (2007), and "Game of Thrones," a four-time also-ran in this race that won a record eight Creative Arts Emmys last Saturday. Either would set a record with a victory: "Mad Men" would be the only drama to win this award five times while "Game of Thrones" would be tied with "The West Wing" for most Emmys in a single season. 

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Comedy Series is shaping up to be showdown between "Veep," which has lost its first three bids in this race, and the freshman "Transparent." "Modern Family," which has owned this award for five years running, is unlikely to break its tie with "Frasier" for most wins. 

Which show do you think will win Best Drama Series? Make your own Emmys picks now to the right or at the bottom of this post, and you could win one of our three prizes ($500, $300 and $200 Amazon gift certificates) as well as a place of honor on our leaderboard and a starring role in next year's Top 24 Users (the two dozen folks who do the best predicting this year's Emmys line-up).

Last year, our Experts had an accuracy rate of 58.62% when it came to predicting the Emmy winners. That score tied them with both Gold Derby's Editors and the Top 24 Users. Our Users scored  51.72% (Click on any of these groups to see what they got right and wrong last year.)

Which group will be victorious this year? Meet the guy who won our contest to predict the Emmys last year — and learn how he did it and how you can be our next Gold Derby superstar.

As some of our Users turn out to be our smartest prognosticators, it's important that you give us your predictions. Your picks influence our Users racetrack odds, which also factor into our official combined odds.

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