And the Emmy results are in! Well, your Emmy results that is.
In anticipation of the Emmys on Aug. 25, we asked fans which shows and actors would get their vote in some of the most contentious categories. (Don’t worry, we focused on real categories, not the wacky ones.)
“Whenever a committee or an academy gathers to determine the results of an awards show, we at People’s Choice believe the fan’s voice should also be heard,” said President of People’s Choice, Fred Nelson. “The fans have spoken, and we’re so happy to have offered this experience for them to express their voices where they otherwise wouldn’t have had the chance.”
From Outstanding Drama Series to Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, fans had to make some difficult decisions based on the Academy’s nominee pool.
So, who do they think most deserves a golden statuette this year?
Fans want to see repeat wins for a handful of 2013 Emmy winners including Breaking Bad for Outstanding Drama Series, The Big Bang Theory’s Jim Parsons for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, The Voice for Outstanding Reality-Competition Series, and Downton Abbey’s Michele Dockery for Outstanding Lead Actress in A Drama Series.
Fans also want to see Jimmy Fallon take the title of Outstanding Variety Series from Stephen Colbert, who won last year for The Colbert Report.
Check out the full list of fan voted Emmy winners below:
Outstanding Comedy Series
The Big Bang Theory
Outstanding Drama Series
Outstanding Lead Actor in A Comedy Series
Jim Parsons as Sheldon Cooper (The Big Bang Theory)
Outstanding Lead Actor in A Drama Series
Bryan Cranston as Walter White (Breaking Bad)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Taylor Schilling as Piper Chapman (Orange is the New Black)
Outstanding Lead Actress in A Drama Series
Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Crawley (Downton Abbey)
Outstanding Reality-Competition Program
Outstanding Supporting Actor in A Comedy Series
Ty Burrell as Phil Dunphy (Modern Family)
Outstanding Supporting Actor in A Drama Series
Aaron Paul as Jesse Pinkman (Breaking Bad)
Outstanding Supporting Actress in A Comedy Series
Mayim Bialik as Amy Farrah Fowler (The Big Bang Theory)
Outstanding Supporting Actress in A Drama Series
Anna Gunn as Skyler White (Breaking Bad)
Outstanding Variety Series
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Tune into the Emmys on Aug. 25 on NBC at 8 E.T./5 P.T. to find out if the Academy’s picks line up with how fans voted.