The 2014 Emmy winners will be announced during Monday's awards ceremony, broadcast on NBC and hosted by 'SNL' vet and 'Late Night' show host Seth Meyers. While there are always a fair share of shockers -- like how last year saw 'The Newsroom' star Jeff Daniels beating out Bryan Cranston for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama -- everyone has their eyes on 'Breaking Bad,' given it finished its final season late last year, HBO's breakout hit 'True Detective,' Netflix's 'Orange Is the New Black' and FX's buzzed-about 'Fargo' series.

So, who will take home the big awards?

The 2014 Emmys will air tonight on NBC, starting at 8 p.m. EST. We'll keep you updated throughout the evening as the winners are announced, but check out the list of nominees below.

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Bryan Cranston, ‘Breaking Bad’
Kevin Spacey, ‘House of Cards’
Jon Hamm, ‘Mad Men’
Matthew McConaughey, ‘True Detective’
Woody Harrelson, ‘True Detective’
Jeff Daniels, ‘The Newsroom’

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
Claire Danes, ‘Homeland’
Robin Wright, ‘House of Cards’
Kerry Washington, ‘Scandal’
Julianna Margulies, ‘The Good Wife’
Lizzy Caplan, ‘Masters of Sex’
Michelle Dockery, ‘Downton Abbey’

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie
Benedict Cumberbatch, ‘Sherlock’
Chiwetel Ejiofor, ‘Dancing on the Edge’
Idris Elba, ‘Luther’
Martin Freeman, ‘Fargo’
Mark Ruffalo, ‘The Normal Heart’
Billy Bob Thornton, ‘Fargo’

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie
Jessica Lange, ‘American Horror Story: Coven’
Sarah Paulson, ‘American Horror Story: Coven’
Helena Bonham Carter, ‘Burton and Taylor’
Minnie Driver, ‘Return to Zero’
Cecily Tyson, ‘The Trip to Bountiful’
Kristen Wiig, ‘The Spoils of Babylon’

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Jim Parsons, ‘The Big Bang Theory’
Matt LeBlanc, ‘Episodes’
Don Cheadle, ‘House of Lies’
Louis C.K., ‘Louie’
William H. Macy, ‘Shameless’
Ricky Gervais, ‘Derek’

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Melissa McCarthy, ‘Mike & Molly’
Taylor Schilling, ‘Orange is the New Black’
Lena Dunham, ‘Girls’
Edie Falco, ‘Nurse Jackie’
Amy Poehler, ‘Parks and Recreation’
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, ‘Veep’

Outstanding Reality-Competition Program
‘The Amazing Race’
‘Dancing With the Stars’
‘Project Runway’
‘So You Think You Can Dance’
‘Top Chef’
‘The Voice’

Outstanding Variety Series
‘The Colbert Report’
‘The Daily Show With Jon Stewart’
‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’
‘Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon’
‘Real Time With Bill Maher’
‘Saturday Night Live’

Outstanding TV Miniseries
‘American Horror Story: Coven’
‘Bonnie and Clyde’
‘Fargo’
‘Luther’
‘Treme’
‘The White Queen’

Outstanding Comedy Series
‘The Big Bang Theory’
‘Louie’
‘Modern Family’
‘Orange is the New Black’
‘Silicon Valley’
‘Veep’

Outstanding Drama Series
‘Breaking Bad’
‘Downton Abbey’
‘Game of Thrones’
‘House of Cards’
‘Mad Men’
‘True Detective’

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Aaron Paul, ‘Breaking Bad’
Peter Dinklage, ‘Game of Thrones’
Mandy Patinkin, ‘Homeland’
Jim Carter, ‘Downton Abbey’
Jon Voight, ‘Ray Donovan’
Josh Charles, ‘The Good Wife’

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Anna Gunn, ‘Breaking Bad’
Maggie Smith, ‘Downton Abbey’
Lena Headey, ‘Game of Thrones’
Christine Baranski, ‘The Good Wife’
Christina Hendricks, ‘Mad Men’