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Emmy Awards 2015 Live Streaming Free (FOX): How to Watch Online 67th Emmys and Winners

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The 67th Emmy Awards 2015 will go down tonight as celebrities, creators of comedies, dramas and variety of shows gather at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. FOX will be broadcasting Emmys 2015 live starting at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. Info on how to watch the highly-anticipated Emmys 2015 live stream online can be found below.

The 67th Emmy Awards 2015 will go down tonight as celebrities, creators of comedies, dramas and variety of shows gather at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. FOX will be broadcasting Emmys 2015 live starting at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. Info on how to watch the highly-anticipated Emmys 2015 live stream online can be found below.

Hosted by former "Saturday Night Live" comedian Andy Samberg, Emmy Awards 2015 will hand out more than 20 awards as the most buzz is surrounding the top prizes - best drama and best comedy series.

As stars begin arriving on red-carpet, viewers can visit CBS for live streaming footage. Emmys has setup 15 cameras behind the scene, providing a better experience of the entire festivity, and all can be accessed on Emmys Backstage Live.

The 67th Emmy Awards will be broadcasted live by FOX on Sunday night, which means their website would be the best place to watch the full event repeats once the show ends.

Among the seven "Best Drama Series" nominations, "Mad Men," "Game of Thrones," and "Downtown Abbey" are in for the fiercest competition, while popular sentiment points to "Mad Men" as it bids for a record fifth drama series to crown its final season. Another serious contender is HBO fantasy series "Game of Thrones," which has a leading 24 nominations.

AMC newcomer "Better Call Saul" - a spin-off of "Breaking Bad" - Showtime's CIA thriller "Homeland," Netflix political drama "House of Cards," "Downton Abbey," and the female prisoners of Netflix's "Orange is the New Black," round out the drama series competition.

HBO's Washington political comedy "Veep," and its tech series "Silicon Valley," FX's "Louie,", NBC's "Parks and Recreation", and Netflix's "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," are also in the running.

Emmy Awards 2015 nominees and winners can be found here.  

The Emmys began as a small recognition event in 1949. This year's event has a rule change at the Television Academy that expanded voting from about 1,000 to some 18,000 member.