With leading 1/10 odds from our TV Experts, Sarah Paulson (“The People v. O.J. Simpson”) is predicted to win Best TV Movie/Limited Series Actress at Sunday’s 2017 Golden Globes. This would be Paulson’s first Globe following recent victories at the Emmys and Critics’ Choice Awards for her role as embattled prosecutor Marcia Clark in the FX production. All seven of our Experts are predicting Paulson to triumph: Joyce Eng (TV Guide), Tariq Khan (Fox News), Tom O’Neil (Gold Derby), Lynette Rice (Ent. Weekly), Christopher Rosen (Ent. Weekly), Paul Sheehan (Gold Derby) and Ken Tucker (Yahoo).
In second place is Riley Keough (“The Girlfriend Experience”) with 40/1 odds, who is one of only two nominees from the Starz network this year. As Elvis Presley‘s granddaughter, Keough may the likeliest to upset Paulson because Golden Globes voters just can’t get enough of Hollywood royalty.
Next up is Charlotte Rampling at 50/1 odds, who stars in the slick BBC intelligence series “London Spy.” While this is her first career Golden Globe nom, Rampling was nominated for the Oscar last year for “45 Years” (2015), losing out to Brie Larson (“Room”).
Rounding out our experts’ rankings of the Best TV Movie/Limited Series Actress race, Kerry Washington (“Confirmation”) comes in fourth place at odds of 66/1, while Felicity Huffman (“American Crime”) is in fifth place with 80/1 odds. Both ladies lost the Emmy to Paulson in September.
According to our overall combined odds featuring the predictions of all Experts, Editors, Top 24 Users (those who did the best at their winner picks last year), and Users, the top choice is also Paulson with 2/13 odds based on the support of more than 1,100 people making their predictions. Once again the second spot is held by Keough, but she’s further away with 20/1 odds. We then have Rampling at 25/1, Washington at 50/1, and Huffman at 66/1.
“The People v. O.J. Simpson” is nominated for more Golden Globes than any other TV production this year, earning five total for Best Limited Series, Best Actress (Paulson), Best Actor (Courtney B. Vance) and two for Best TV Supporting Actor (Sterling K. Brown and John Travolta).
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