Emmys 2014: Who should win Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series?

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The 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards nominations for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series may look rather familiar. Other than William H. Macy being nominated for "Shameless" and Ricky Gervais getting a nod for "Derek," the field is a repeat of last year.

Jim Parsons has earned his sixth nomination in the category for "The Big Bang Theory." He's turned that nod into a win four times, so far. Louis C.K. returns with his fourth nomination in a row for FX's "Louie," while Don Cheadle ( "House of Lies") and Matt LeBlanc ( "Episodes") were both recognized the third year in a row.

The real winner this year is Showtime, which earned three of the six nominations with "Shameless," "House of Lies" and "Episodes." 

Who will take home the ultimate prize, though? This is your chance to let Zap2it know who you think deserves the Emmy. Vote in the poll before, then tune into the Emmys Aug. 24 on NBC to see if your pick wins.

Photo/Video credit: Showtime/CBS/FX/Netflix