Best Drama Series Fox Empire is perfect for the Globes, they love a musical series (see Glee, Smash). Now, 2 seasons in and by far the most popular new show of 2015, it's bound to clean up at this awards show. Game of Thrones just won the Emmy Award for the same category, but the HFPA hasn't shown much love for the series since it awarded Peter Dinklage back in 2012. Outlander is due to get some attention, but is it capable of taking down Empire? We'll see. House of Cards is bound to return this year, leaving Downton Abbey, Mr. Robot and Better Call Saul all fighting for the 5th place. The latter has the best chance, especially seeing as the HFPA was embarrassingly late to the Breaking Bad party. I'd like to see a Shonda Rhimes show take the last place though, like How To Get Away With Murder.1. Empire, Fox2. Outlander, Starz3. Game of Thrones, HBO4. House of Cards, Netflix5. How To Get Away With Murder, ABCMaybe: Better Call Saul, AMC Best Actor in a Television Drama Starz It's no secret that the HFPA loves to nominate the big names every year, but it also loves to award some newcomers, like Gina Rodriquez. Terrance Howard, Jon Hamm and Kevin Spacey will all appear due to their star power (that's not to say they aren't worthy) but Sam Heughan and Rami Malek are the only ones really in competition this year. I'm going to guess the former will take it home.1. Sam Heughan, Outlander2. Rami Malek, Mr. Robot3. Terence Howard, Empire4. Jon Hamm, Mad Men5. Kevin Spacey, House of CardsMaybe: Bob Odenkirk, Better Call Saul Best Actress in a Television Drama ABC I don't understand why Viola Davis hasn't won a Golden Globe yet, but hopefully it'll be fourth time lucky this year for the How To Get Away With Murder actress. Taraji P. Henson is a serious contender in this category, but Davis has the edge due to her SAG and Emmy wins last year. Caitriona Balfe will take up spot three for her role on Outlander and previous winner, Robin Wright, will take the fourth spot. I'd like to see FX's The Americans get some sort of love, and seeing as Keri Russell has won in this category before for her role on Felicity 16 years ago, hopefully she'll reappear.1. Viola Davis, How To Get Away With Murder2. Taraji P. Henson, Empire3. Caitriona Balfe, Outlander4. Robin Wright, House of Cards5. Keri Russell, The AmericansMaybe: Tatiana Maslany, Orphan Black Best Comedy Series Netflix Veep stormed the Emmys this year, with wins for Lead Actress, Supporting Actor, Writing and Casting, as well as its first win for Comedy Series, but will the HFPA follow in their footsteps? Maybe, but they've failed to show it any love other than for Julia Louis-Dreyfus, so maybe not. Transparent won in this category last year and is expected to return, as is Orange is the New Black. Aside from Transparent, Netflix' Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt was the only other new series to break the Emmy comedy category, and we know the Globes love Tina Fey so it's bound to appear here, it might even win, leaving one more spot up for grabs. You know what else the Golden Globes love... RYAN MURPHY. They nominate American Horror Story every single year, along with a few of its actors. Glee won two Globes for Outstanding Comedy Series, and Nip/Tuck won a Drama award for it's second season. Could this mean that, despite the disappointing ratings and dwindling quality, Scream Queens could enter the race? I'm betting on it. Aziz Ansari's charming Netflix comedy, Master of None, may well join the list as well. It's first season is clever, socially relevant, and hilarious, and so far critics are roaring about it. This looks to be a Netflix filled category this year.1. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Netflix2. Veep, HBO3. Scream Queens, Fox4. Transparent, Amazon Prime5. Orange is the New Black, NetflixMaybe: Master of None, Netflix Best Actor in a Television Comedy Amazon Prime Jeffrey Tambor is probably going to win again, but who will join him on the nominations list? Will Forte, Anthony Anderson and Rob Lowe potentially. Previous winner in this category, Matt LeBlanc, managed to hold on to his place for the Emmys, so there's a high chance he'll reappear here after missing out last year. With just one spot left, can Aziz Ansari break out after his successful freshman series, Master of None, was released on Netflix in November? He has a good chance.1. Jeffrey Tambor, Transparent2. Rob Lowe, The Grinder3. Anthony Anderson, Black-ish4. Will Forte, The Last Man on Earth5. Aziz Ansari, Master of NoneMaybe: Matt LeBlanc, Episodes Best Actress in a Television Comedy Netflix Last year, newcomer Gina Rodriguez took home the trophy for the freshman series of Jane the Virgin. In fact, every year since 2005 (except 2013, when Amy Poehler won and 2009 when Tina Fey won again) this category has been won by an actress for their work in the first seasons of their TV shows. Looking at the new shows and their leading actresses, Constance Wu, Emma Roberts and Ellie Kemper are all fighting for the top spot. Nobody can stop Julia Louis-Dreyfus right now, so she's bound to be nominated this year for Veep, as is Poehler for the last season of Parks and Recreation. Fingers crossed there's enough room for comedy genius Lisa Kudrow, but with both the Grace & Frankie ladies competing here too, if anyone's going to squeeze in, it'll be one of those two.1. Ellie Kemper, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt2. Contance Wu, Fresh Off the Boat3. Emma Roberts, Scream Queens4. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep5. Amy Poehler, Parks and RecreationMaybe: Jane Fonda or Lily Tomlin, Grace and Frankie Best Limited Series or Motion Picture made for Television FX The Golden Globes loved Fargo's first season, and I'm guessing with all the big names appearing in the second season, it's going to love it even more this time round. Bessie, Show Me A Hero and American Crime will all be nominated, as will (of course) American Horror Story: Hotel.1. Fargo, FX2. Bessie, HBO3. American Crime, ABC4. Show Me A Hero, HBO5. American Horror Story: Hotel, FXMaybe: Nightingale, HBO Best Actor in a Limited Series or Motion Picture made for Television HBO This category is quite a quiet one compared to all the other acting categories, so the chances of it being full with recognizable names is even higher. Oscar Isaac gave a brilliant performance on HBO's Show Me a Hero, as did David Oyelowo in the HBO TV Movie, Nightingale, and so far Patrick Wilson is doing well on Fargo's second season. Other than those names, it's all pretty meh. Golden Globe winners, Matt Bomer and Colin Farrell could fill the last two spaces, if they can fight off Tom Selleck, Ricky Gervais, Bill Paxton and Will Ferrell.1. Oscar Isaac, Show Me a Hero2. Patrick Wilson, Fargo3. David Oyelowo, Nightingale4. Matt Bomer, American Horror Story: Hotel5. Colin Farrell, True DetectiveMaybe: Tom Selleck, Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise Best Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture made for Television FX Dunst. Dunst. Duuuuuuunst. She's killing it in the much anticipated second season of FX's Fargo, and are we really that surprised? Nope. I'd say she's locked to win this award, but with big names like Lady Gaga, Queen Latifah, Rachel McAdams and Nicole Kidman all eligible in this category, who knows who they'll acknowledge.1. Kirsten Dunst, Fargo2. Queen Latifah, Bessie3. Felicity Huffman, American Crime4. Lady Gaga, American Horror Story: Hotel5. Rachel McAdams, True DetectiveMaybe (but hopefully not): Nicole Kidman, Grace of Monaco Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture made for Television Netflix There's six spaces in each supporting category at the Emmy Awards, which means from the 18 actors who were nominated (or will be nominated the following year) they need to whittle it down to just 5. That's 13 great performances that there just isn't room for. How do they do it?! You'd think that all 3 winners would appear in the Golden Globe nominations, but that's not always true. Tony Hale has just come off of his second Emmy win and I still don't think he'll make the cut. Richard Jenkins, who won the Emmy for his role in Olive Kitterage, isn't eligible this year, but he wasn't nominated last year either. Peter Dinklage is the only winner who I would bet on returning, mainly because he's won the Golden Globe before for the same role. The only actor from the Comedy category who might make it is Tituss Burgess for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, like I said, the Globes love Tina Fey. Other than Dinklage, representing TV Dramas Jonathan Banks has the best shot of being nominated as well. The last two spaces will probably go to a TV Movie/Limited Series actor, maybe Ted Danson and Damian Lewis.1. Tituss Burgess, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt2. Jonathan Banks, Better Call Saul3. Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones4. Ted Danson, Fargo5. Damian Lewis, Wolf HallMaybe: Fred Savage, The Grinder Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture made for Television HBO Lena Headey or Joanne Froggatt should have won the Emmy, but as the latter won the Globe last year, lets hope the former wins it this year. They'll be some reappearances from last years category, Froggatt being one, Uzo Aduba being another. Mo'Nique is a lock to be nominated for the first time since her 2010 win for Precious, which leaves just one more space (seriously expand the category guys!). Regina King has just come off of a shocking (but definitely deserving) win at the Emmys so she could ride that into a Golden Globe nom. Jamie Lee Curtis, who has six nominations behind her and two wins, could be nominated for her role on Ryan Murphy's Scream Queens. In all honesty I'd rather see Niecy Nash nominated for playing Denise Hemphill on the same show, but it wouldn't surprise me if two-time nominee Lea Michele reappears instead. Also on a Ryan Murphy show, famously unlucky Emmy-nominee Sarah Paulson could break in to this category for the first time since appearing on the show, having been nominated twice before for Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip and Game Change. Jean Smart is representing Fargo for the supporting ladies, but already it's too overcrowded. Allison Janney was nominated last year, but having already got a Golden Globe nomination streak behind her for The West Wing, another is possible, but unlikely just yet.1. Lena Headey, Game of Thrones2. Joanne Froggatt, Downton Abbey3. Regina King, American Crime4. Mo'Nique, Bessie5. Uzo Aduba, Orange is the New BlackMaybe: Lea Michele, Jamie Lee Curtis or Niecy Nash for Scream Queens But we all know how unpredictable the Golden Globes can be. Find out who'll make the cut on December 10th!