Emmy Awards 2014: Anchors make their picks — and you can, too
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"Breaking Bad" or "House of Cards?"
Robin Wright or Kerry Washington?
These questions can only mean one thing — it's time to sit back and enjoy one of the biggest pop culture events of the year, the Emmy Awards. And TODAY is teaming up with USA Today, giving the Take team — and you — a chance to vote on the winners.
Head over to USA Today to vote on which nominees you think will bring home a statue.
For best drama, Natalie has her eyes on "Breaking Bad." The show "should be rewarded for best ending ever — period — to a hit show." Al picked "House of Cards," which he feels "still delivers great writing, acting and its share of surprises and twists."
In the best actor in a drama category, Willie is banking on "True Detective's" Matthew McConaughey bringing home the hardware. But Tamron's thinks his co-star Woody Harrelson will be the winner.
"The show is an eerie ball of magnificent acting. It's a tough category, but I am with Woody," Tamron explained.
All of the anchors agree on one thing: "Orange Is The New Black" will win best comedy. Make sure to tune into TODAY's Take on August 26 for a full recap of the big winners, and visit USA TODAY to learn more about the series.