A rundown of how the cable and broadcast networks fared at Thursday's 65th annual primetime Emmy award nominations.
In a year of Emmy nominations that — outside of the Netflix infusion — were fairly lacking in revolutionary selections, a great deal of high-caliber talent was left out of the fun.
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"House of Cards" broke through to become the first digitally distributed series to earn a major nomination for the 65th annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
The time is nigh: The 2013 Primetime Emmy nominations will be announced at 5:40 a.m. Thursday.
Louis J. Horvitz will direct the broadcast of the Primetime Emmys for the 17th time, as part of a production team that will also include Renato Basile, Danette Herman and Brian Stonestreet.
Kaley Cuoco, Jessica Walter and Allison Williams are among top contenders.
"Modern Family" remains the force for others to reckon with.
Turnover in the category is a definite possibility, but so is the status quo.