Emmys 2016: Details for our live pre-show, presenters, ceremony rundown, predictions for all categories

Gold Derby has you completely covered for the 68th Emmy Awards slated for this Sunday. The live ceremony is hosted by Jimmy Kimmel on ABC starting at 5:00 p.m. PT; 8:00 p.m. ET.

Below is a complete summary of our live pre-show and post-show coverage, list of show presenters, the ceremony rundown of categories, and links to all of our predictions with winner odds from our experts, editors, top 24 users, and overall users.

Complete list of 2016 Creative Arts winners and nominees

In a rollicking annual tradition, we will also have a live pre-show webcast hosted by senior editor Matt Noble from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. PT. After the ceremony, watch our live post-show debating the winners and losers plus much more. Both will feature commentaries and analysis by many Gold Derby editors and contributors. Click here to watch the pre-show as it happens. Click here to watch the post-show.

We want to know your opinions on all Emmy-related matters! Comment during the celebrity red carpet arrivals in this forums thread. Comment during and after the ceremony in this forums thread. You can also visit our Twitter page for immediate news as it happens at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

Want to know who the winners will be? Daniel Montgomery has compiled a cheat sheet for all 27 categories with projected winners in each.

Here is a link to our brand new behind-the-scenes photo gallery in the press room and throughout the theater plus red carpet.

As for the ceremony itself, you can click here for a full list of presenters (including Tom Hiddleston for the final category of Best Drama Series), click here for the full ceremony rundown and category order, click here for more info about the memoriam segment, and click here to watch this week’s chat with Kimmel.

We’ve also interviewed over 100 of this year’s Emmy nominees. Click here to watch any of those video chats.

At last weekend’s Creative Arts Emmys, we had 16 red carpet interviews on Saturday (including winners Margo Martindale and Peter Scolari) and 14 red carpet chats on Sunday (including winner RuPaul Charles). At Friday’s acting nominee reception, we had 10 red carpet interviews with nominees (including Tatiana Maslany).

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And here are links to many valuable Emmy-related stories from the past two weeks:

“Game of Thrones” just two wins away from tying “Frasier” for all-time wins record

Will “House of Cards” win both lead actor trophies in same year?

PREDICTION: “Game of Thrones” has 2-to-5 odds to win Best Drama Series

PREDICTION: Robin Wright has 10-to-9 odds to win Best Drama Actress

PREDICTION: Rami Malek has 8-to-13 odds to win Best Drama Actor

PREDICTION: Lena Heady has 2-to-5 odds to win Best Drama Supporting Actress

PREDICTION: Kit Harington has 1-to-2 odds to win Best Drama Supporting Actor

PREDICTION: “Veep” has 2-to-11 odds to win Best Comedy Series

PREDICTION: Julia Louis-Dreyfus has 2-to-13 odds to win Best Comedy Actress

PREDICTION: Jeffrey Tambor has 3-to-10 odds to win Best Comedy Actor

PREDICTION: Allison Janney has 10-to-11 odds to win Best Comedy Supporting Actress

PREDICTION: Tony Hale has 11-to-8 odds to win Best Comedy Supporting Actor

PREDICTION: “All the Way” has 2-to-13 odds to win Best TV Movie

PREDICTION: “People v. O.J Simpson” has 1-to-10 odds to win Best Limited Series

PREDICTION: Sarah Paulson has 1-to-10 odds to win Best Movie/Mini Actress

PREDICTION: Courtney B. Vance has 1-to-2 odds to win Best Movie/Mini Actor

PREDICTION: Jean Smart has 3-to-10 odds to win Best Movie/Mini Supporting Actress

PREDICTION: Sterling K. Brown has 2-to-5 odds to win Best Movie/Mini Supporting Actor

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