Congratulations to Kevin Polowy (Yahoo) for being the only one of 14 Experts to have a perfect score of 100% when predicting the 2017 Producers Guild Awards winners on Saturday. He was tied with 11 of our Users out of over 900 people worldwide with that top percentage picking three film and six television categories. See the Experts prediction page here.
Each of our perfect scorers, including Polowy, correctly predicted that “La La Land” (picture), “Zootopia” (animation), and “OJ: Made in America” (documentary) would win their film categories. They also picked TV winners “Atlanta” (comedy), “Stranger Things” (drama), “The People v. O.J. Simpson” (movie/limited series), “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” (variety), “The Voice” (reality competition), and “Making a Murderer” (reality). See our full Users and Editors report here.
In the second spot among Experts, there is a four-way tie with 88.89% correct (eight of nine categories): Edward Douglas (Weekend Warrior), Anne Thompson (Indiewire), Peter Travers (Rolling Stone), and Susan Wloszczyna (RogerEbert.com). Following them with 77.78% right are Joyce Eng (TV Guide), Tariq Khan (Fox News), Brian Truitt (USA Today), and Adnan Virk (ESPN). The next best at 66.67% are Thelma Adams (Gold Derby), Tom O’Neil (Gold Derby), and Paul Sheehan (Gold Derby). Sasha Stone (Awards Daily) has 55.56% correct. Jack Mathews (Gold Derby) only predicted three of the categories and got all of them correct.
You can see how your score compares to all others in our leaderboard rankings of all contestants, which also includes links to see each participant’s predictions. to see your own scores, go to the user menu in the top right corner of every page of Gold Derby when you’re signed in to the site. Use drop down menu to go to “View Profile,” then look for the links to your “Award Show Scores.” Gold Derby must evaluate each potential winner’s eligibility as per our contest rules. If eligible, the first-place finisher gets a $100 Amazon gift card.
Be sure to make your Oscar winner predictions. Weigh in now with your picks so that Hollywood insiders can see how the films and performers are faring in our Oscar odds. You can keep changing your predictions right up until just before the ceremony on February 26 at 5:00 pm PT/8:00 pm ET. Be sure to read our contest rules. And join in the fierce debate over the Oscars taking place right now with Hollywood insiders in our forums.