Last year our user Chancey Plagman (screen name “Chanceman”) did so well at predicting the Daytime Emmy nominations — 14th place out of hundreds of predictors — that he’s now featured in a league along with the other Top 24 Users to predict this year’s noms.
The Top 24 Users did the best at predicting last year’s Daytime Emmy nominations (62.78%) when competing against Gold Derby’s Editors (60.56%), our Experts (58.33%) and All Users (58.33%). Which group will come out victorious this year? (See all prediction accuracy rates here.)
Plagman is 19 years old and hails from Harlan, IA where he’s a full-time student at Minnesota State University Moorhead. We sat down with Plagman to get a feel for what he’s currently predicting at the Daytime Emmys. See Plagman’s early predictions below, and resist the urge to copy or steal them as your own.
“I think they’ll award Alison Sweeney for sure for Best Actress, and that will be a big way of awarding it this year. ‘General Hospital‘ will win a few I think, and ‘The Bold and the Beautiful‘ has a big vote, too. So I think they’ll turn to ‘Young and the Restless,'” he explains.
Among his other predictions, Plagman thinks that Anthony Geary will triumph as Best Actor, Blake Berris will take home Best Supporting Actor and Amelia Heinle will earn a trophy for Best Supporting Actress.
Who do you think will win Best Actress at the Daytime Emmys? Will Sweeney finally be nominated and prevail? Use our drag-and-drop menu below to make your predictions. Top scorer wins $100. Click here to enter your picks in eight other drama categories.