The 68th annual Primetime Emmy Awards air on Sunday, September 18.
They will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and they will pay homage to the top shows and and stars on television.
Who do we think will win the top prizes? Who do we think SHOULD win the top prizes?
Find out below!
WILL Win: Best Drama
Game of Thrones. It won in 2015 and it's the most universally beloved show on television. Now that voters have overcome their hesitancy to reward a genre series such as this, it may never lose again.
SHOULD Win: Best Drama
The Americans. It's a miracle it's even nominated. It has no chance of winning. But it's the best show on television with the two best lead actors/actresses on television.
WILL Win: Best Comedy
Transparent. It probably shouldn't be in this category, but voters have recognized lead Jeffry Tambor in the past. Now they will salute the entire series.
SHOULD Win: Best Comedy
Veep. It's the funniest show on TV. This is an award for comedy, right?
WILL Win: Best Actor in a Drama
Bob Odenkirk, Better Call Saul. The Emmys can't keep rewarding House of Cards when it keeps getting worse (right?), so that takes Kevin Spacey out of the running. The other options seem a bit too out there, while Odenkirk has shown shocking versality and vulnerable on this Breaking Bad spinoff.
SHOULD Win: Best Actor in a Drama
Rami Malek, Mr. Robot. Easily the most captivating and memorable performance on TV in the last year. A true standout.
WILL Win: Best Actress in a Drama
Claire Danes, Homeland. It's a safe bet and one that no one can really disagree with. That's how the Emmys typicall roll.
SHOULD Win: Best Actress in a Drama
Tatiana Maslany, Orphan Black. She has less of a chance than The Americans, but television has never seen a lead actress do anything remotely close to what she does on this BBC America hit.
WILL Win: Best Actor in a Comedy
Jeffey Tambor, Transparent. Other performances may have been funnier, but if we're talking pure acting ability here.
SHOULD Win: Best Actor in a Comedy
We would not object to Tambor. But Anthony Anderson in some incredibly layered work on black-ish, a show that tackles race better than any series in recent memory.
WILL Win: Best Actress in a Comedy
Tracee Ellis Ross, black-ish. We're going out a limb here because we think the Emmys will do the same.
SHOULD Win, Best Actress in a Comedy
Ellie Kemper, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. She absolutely, positively, literally makes this show. It's impossible to think of anyone else in the role of Kimmy.
And the Emmys Will Go To...
.... you tell us! Chime in below in the Comments section with your take!