There’s a good chance that Hollywood’s biggest TV stars aren’t getting much sleep right now.
At 8:35 a.m. EST, “House of Cards” actress Kate Mara and “Breaking Bad” star Aaron Paul will be on hand at the Television Academy’s Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre in North Hollywood, Calif., to announce the nominees for this year’s 65th Primetime Emmy Awards — and we’ll be live-blogging all the action for you at ABCNews.com.
“Half of the likely nominees started in film and a lot are theater people,” Stacey Wilson, the Hollywood Reporter’s senior editor in charge of Emmy coverage, told ABCNews.com. “TV is not seen as fringe anymore. You’d be lucky to get on a show now. Actors know that scoring a role on a prestige TV show will do more for their career than starring as the lead in a crappy movie.”
The awards show will air live on CBS on Sunday, Sept. 22 from the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles.
ABCNews.com will be liveblogging the nomination event starting at 8:35 a.m. ET today. You can check out our liveblog here or see the updates roll in below. The module below will automatically update — no need to hit refresh.