Emmys 2013: Watch the nominations live online

The nominations for the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards are set to be announced at 5:35 a.m. Pacific Thursday, and you can watch them unfold live right here.

Will Netflix score nods for "House of Cards" and the reboot of the comedy series "Arrested Development," thereby shaking up the broadcast-cable TV nexus?

Will Emmy nominations go to Academy Award winners such as Michael Douglas and Matt Damon (HBO's "Behind the Candelabra,") Al Pacino and Helen Mirren (HBO’s “Phil Spector”), Holly Hunter and writer-director Jane Campion (IFC’s “Top of the Lake”) and Kevin Spacey (“House of Cards”)?

Will someone be outrageously snubbed?

We'll find out as "Breaking Bad's" Aaron Paul and Emmy show host Neil Patrick Harris, standing in for  "House of Cards' " Kate Mara, announce the nominees at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in North Hollywood.

Drama series contenders include "Homeland," "Downton Abbey," "Boardwalk Empire," "Breaking Bad," "Game of Thrones," "Mad Men" and "House of Cards."

Among the comedy series hopefuls are "Modern Family," "The Big Bang Theory," "30 Rock," "Veep," "Girls," "Arrested Development" and "Louie."

Potential nominees in the TV movie/miniseries category include "Behind the Candelabra," "Top of the Lake," "American Horror Story: Asylum," "Political Animals," "Parade's End" and "The Bible."

As for who's favored to be picked, you can check out our Emmy Buzzmeter panelists' picks, as well as Gold Standard columnist Glenn Whipp's picks for shows, actors and actresses in the drama, comedy and movie/miniseries categories.

Neil Patrick Harris will host the Emmy Awards, which will be handed out on Sept. 22 and will air live on CBS.

Keep coming back to Show Tracker for complete coverage of the Emmy nominations, with news updates, nominees' reactions and our experts' analysis.

[Update: Neil Patrick Harris is a last-minute replacement as nomination presenter, subbing for Kate Mara.]