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Emmys 2014: Pick and share your winners on the play-at-home ballot

Fill out your #Emmys ballot here and get ready for TV's big night

The 2014 Emmys telecast approaches, and although the television academy's official voting period is over, it's not too late to make your predictions about who will walk away with a statuette from the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards.

Use our play-at-home ballot of some of the top categories to make your picks, then save and share your chosen winners on Twitter and Facebook.

HBO and "Game of Thrones" led the pack when nominations were announced, with the fantasy series earning 19 of the cable network's 99 total nominations, including one in the coveted drama series category. Other top nominees include FX's "Fargo" and "American Horror Story: Coven," which are both in the running for the miniseries award. You can check out the complete list of nominees and Creative Arts Emmy winners, which were announced Aug. 16, here.

For those of you not quite caught up on all the nominated series (and who could blame you, the new golden age of television means there are quality shows aplenty), take a peek at what some TV experts have predicted will take home the prize in the top races or compare notes with Gold Standard columnist Glenn Whipp. More in-depth analysis and Emmys coverage, including video interviews with nominees, is available at The Envelope.

Make sure to check back to see how your picks stacked up after the winners are announced Monday. The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards will be held at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, hosted by Seth Meyers.

What are your Emmy picks? Let me know on Twitter: @tracycbrown

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