Emmys: Watch the Live Stream of the 2015 Nominations

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Cat Deeley and Uzo Aduba

Tune into live coverage of the TV Academy announcement.

If there's one downside to the TV Academy's decision to announce the 2015 Primetime Emmy Award nominations later in the morning — and, let's be honest, it's not a very big one — it's the fact that you can't watch the announcement of nominees for TV's biggest awards on an actual television set. Fortunately, the below live stream will air Thursday morning's proceedings in their entirety.

The stream kicks off at 8:20 a.m. PT (11:20 a.m. ET), with the nomination announcement scheduled to begin 10 minutes later. Last year's winner for outstanding guest actress in a comedy series, Orange Is the New Black star Uzo Aduba, and perennial reality-host nominee So You Think You Can Dance's Cat Deeley are teaming up to deliver this year's big news with TV Academy officials from a small theater in Los Angeles' Pacific Design Center.

At the beginning of August, videos of nominated individuals and works will be made available to TV Academy members, and voting runs between Aug. 17 and Aug. 28. (This year, it's almost all happening digitally.)

The 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards will air live on Sept. 20. The Fox telecast will be hosted by Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Andy Samberg, again taping at the newly christened Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles. Many of the nominees, most notably those in the guest actor and actress races, will be honored the week prior at the Sept. 12 Creative Arts Emmys.

Stay with The Hollywood Reporter throughout Thursday morning for a complete rundown of the nominations, reactions from the nominees and live feedback from THR editors and TV critic Tim Goodman. And for an in-depth look at some of this year's biggest contenders, check out each of the THR roundtables — including interviews with Amy Schumer, Lena Dunham, Bob Odenkirk, Ricky Gervais, Viola Davis, Taraji P. Henson, David Oyelowo, Will Forte, Transparent creator and showrunner Jill Soloway and dozens more.

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