The 63rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards air live on FOX Sunday, September 18, 2011 from 8-11 p.m. ET.

What shows will win the big prizes and what stars deserve a chunk of gold? Here's a look at the list of 2011 nominees and a complete breakdown of who will likely win and, more importantly, who should win!

The list of nominees for the 63rd annual Emmy Awards is stocked largely with the same series as previous years (The Office, 30 Rock, Mad Men, Dexter, etc.). However, there are some notable newcomers, including HBO's Boardwalk Empire and Game of Thrones and NBC's long-snubbed Friday Night Lights.

Without further adieu, here's a look at the complete list of nominees and our predictions for who will win Sunday night. Who we think deserves the prize will appear underlined. Who we think will actually win the Emmy will appear in bold. If the two coincide, the answer will appear underlined and in bold. Got it?

Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below!

Outstanding Drama Series

    Boardwalk Empire

    Dexter

    Friday Night Lights

    Game of Thrones

    The Good Wife

    Mad Men

AMC's Mad Men has a monopoly on this award. Nearly every critic predicts that the slow-burn period drama about an advertising agency will win again this year. Mad Men, is truly a work of television art, don't get me wrong, but the completely underrated and under-watched Friday Night Lights deserves every bit of its nomination after four seasons going unrecognized by the Emmys. One can hope, right?

Outstanding Comedy Series

    Big Bang Theory

    Glee

    Modern Family

    The Office

    Parks and Recreation

    30 Rock

Modern Family or 30 Rock - that is the question. NBC's 30 Rock dominated this category until ABC's Modern Family swept in during the 2010 awards and snatched the prize. Modern Family's second season kept the laugh-o-meter pretty dang high, and we're predicting another spot at the top for the quirky mockumentary in 2011.

Outstanding Actor in a Drama

    Steve Buscemi, Boardwalk Empire

    Kyle Chandler, Friday Night Lights

    Michael C. Hall, Dexter

    Jon Hamm, Mad Men

    Hugh Laurie, House

    Timothy Olyphant, Justified

This one is pretty much guaranteed. 2011 will likely be the year that Jon Hamm finally gets his long awaited Emmy for Outstanding Actor in a Drama. Why this year? Due to the show's timing, three-time winner Bryan Cranston, of AMC's Breaking Bad, is not in the running.

 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama

    Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones

    Josh Charles, The Good Wife

    Alan Cumming, The Good Wife

    Walton Goggins, Justified

    John Slattery, Mad Men

    Andrew Braugher, Men of a Certain Age

This one is always tough, as it's a category that favors variety. There have been no repeat winners since 1996 and none of this year's nominees have ever won this category. While John Slattery may win after four nominations, he didn't have the strongest plot line on the last season of AMC's Mad Men. Our vote's on Peter Dinklage of HBO's Game of Thrones.

Outstanding Actress in a Drama

    Kathy Bates, Harry's Law

    Connie Britton, Friday Night Lights

    Mireille Enos, The Killing

    Mariska Hargitay, Law and Order: SVU

    Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife

    Elisabeth Moss, Mad Men

We vote for Connie Britton whose dramatic decision in the final episodes of NBC's Friday Night Lights brought women across America to tears. That said, CBS' The Good Wife is right up the Academy's alley, and the voters love Margulies.

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama

    Kelly Macdonald, Boardwalk Empire

    Archie Panjabi, The Good Wife

    Christine Baranski, The Good Wife

    Margo Martindale, Justified

    Michelle Forbes, The Killing

    Christina Hendricks, Mad Men

Critics are unanimous that Margo Martindale's riveting portrayal of Mags Bennett, the matriarch of a crime family in FX's Justified, is a shoe-in for the win. There's no argument here. We couldn't agree more.

 Outstanding Actor in a Comedy

    Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock

    Louis C.K., Louie

    Steve Carrell, The Office

    Johnny Galecki, The Big Bang Theory

    Matt LeBlanc, Episodes

    Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory

After six straight nominations and no more chances (since he's off the show), this is without a doubt Steve Carrell's year for his role in NBC's The Office. However, no actor was more fearless and fascinating to watch last year than Louis C.K.

 Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy

    Chris Colfer, Glee

    Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Modern Family

    Ed O'Neill, Modern Family

    Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family

    Ty Burrell, Modern Family

    Jon Cryer, Two and a Half Men

Winning the Golden Globe in January, it looks like Chris Colfer of FOX's Glee may have the momentum for the prize. However, in our book, this one is all about the supporting actors in ABC's Modern Family. They're all so hysterical that it's hard to choose. Eric Stonestreet won last year, but if anyone deserves the award in 2011, it'd be the devastatingly funny Ty Burrell.

 Outstanding Actress in a Comedy

    Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie

    Tina Fey, 30 Rock

    Laura Linney, The Big C

    Melissa McCarthy, Mike & Molly

    Martha Plimpton, Raising Hope

    Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation

This year, it looks to be Laura Linney's turn for her role in Showtime's The Big C. The Academy loves to choose actresses in shows that tiptoe across the Comedy/Drama line. That said, we're still in love with Edie Falco's neurotic, pill-popping performance in Showtime's other dramedy, Nurse Jackie.

 Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy

    Jane Lynch, Glee

    Betty White, Hot In Cleveland

    Julie Bowen, Modern Family

    Sofia Vergara, Modern Family

    Kristen Wiig, Saturday Night Live

    Jane Krakowski, 30 Rock

Long live Betty White. The former Golden Girl and five time Emmy winner looks primed to add another piece of gold to her collection. However, our vote's on the night's presenter, Jane Lynch, of FOX's Glee.

 Outstanding Reality Show

    The Amazing Race

    American Idol

    Dancing With the Stars

    Project Runway

    So You Think You Can Dance

    Top Chef

For seven years, CBS' Amazing Race owned this category. Then, in 2010, Bravo's Top Chef finally ousted the long-time champ to come out on top. Will Amazing Race fight its way back to the top? Our bet is on another win for Top Chef.

 Outstanding Variety, Comedy Or Musical Series

    The Colbert Report

    Conan

    The Daily Show With Jon Stewart

    Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

    Real Time With Bill Maher

    Saturday Night Live

First things first, note that Conan was nominated for an Emmy, while Jay Leno's The Tonight Show was not. Will he win? Probably not. Our vote is on Emmy and fan-favorite The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, as it has taken the top prize for eight years running.

Other nominations:

 Outstanding TV Miniseries or Movie

    Cinema Verite

    Downton Abbey

    The Kennedys

    Mildred Pierce

    The Pillars of the Earth

    Too Big To Fail

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy

    Kristin Chenoweth, Glee

    Dot-Marie Jones, Glee

    Gwyneth Paltrow, Glee

    Cloris Leachman, Raising Hope

    Tina Fey, Saturday Night Live

    Elizabeth Banks, 30 Rock

Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy

    Idris Elba, The Big C

    Nathan Lane, Modern Family

    Zach Galifianakis, Saturday Night Live

    Justin Timberlake, Saturday Night Live

    Matt Damon, 30 Rock

    Will Arnett, 30 Rock

Outstanding Leading Actor in an Mini-Series or Movie

    Greg Kinnear, The Kennedys

    Barry Pepper, The Kennedys

    Edgar Ramirez, Carlos

    William Hurt, Too Big To Fail

    Idris Elba, Luther

    Laurence Fishburne, Thurgood

Outstanding Leading Actress in a Mini-series or Movie

    Kate Winslet, Mildred Pierce

    Elizabeth McGovern, Downton Abbey

    Diane Lane, Cinema Verite

    Taraji P. Henson, Taken From Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story

    Jean Marsh, Upstairs Downstairs

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Mini-series or Movie

    Evan Rachel Wood, Mildred Pierce

    Melissa Leo, Mildred Pierce

    Mare Winningham, Mildred Pierce

    Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey

    Eileen Atkins, Upstairs Downstairs

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Mini-series or Movie

    Guy Pearce, Mildred Pierce

    Bryan F. O'Byrne, Mildred Pierce

    Tom Wilkinson, The Kennedys

    Paul Giamatti, Too Big to Fail

    James Woods, Too Big to Fail

So what do you think? Who will take home the big award Sunday night? Share your thoughts below!