Los Angeles – AP TV columnists Lynn Elber and Frazier Moore give their predictions on who will win at the Emmys this year.Truth be told, we're both perplexed about which Emmy nominees will carry trophies home from Monday's ceremony.Allow us to explain. There was so much great TV last season that standout prime-time shows including The Good Wife and Scandal and stars Michael Sheen (Masters of Sex) and James Spader (The Blacklist) didn't even make the cut as nominees.Those who did are, for the most part, richly deserving. But now how to choose among them?Then there's this year's notable trend of shape-shifting, with programs squeezed into categories that could give them better odds of winning — even if the fit might raise viewers' eyebrows.Cases in point: Netflix's prison-set Orange Is the New Black, which despite its dark content is vying with the likes of Modern Family for comedy laurels, and HBO's True Detective, which looks all the world like a miniseries yet is gunning for Mad Men and other open-ended dramas.Thanks, TV academy, for keeping us all guessing!Even so, this pair of TV devotees are game to try to read the minds of Emmy voters and, in a bit of bravado, offer up our choices for the best of the best.Here are the contenders and our own sometimes clashing, sometimes matching picks for seven major categories:DRAMA SERIES
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