Congratulations to Peter Travers (Rolling Stone) for being the top Expert with 66.67% when predicting the 2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards TV winners on Sunday. He was best among 15 Experts, journalists who cover the entertainment industry throughout the year. See the Experts prediction page here.
Travers’ six correct picks were John Lithgow (“The Crown”) for Best TV Drama Actor, Claire Foy (“The Crown”) for Best TV Drama Actress, “Orange is the New Black” for Best TV Comedy Ensemble, Julia Louis-Dreyfus (“Veep”) for Best TV Comedy Actress, Sarah Paulson (“The People v. O.J. Simpson”) for Best TV Movie/Limited Series Actress, and “Game of Thrones” for Best TV Stunt Ensemble.
In the second spot among Experts, there is a six-way tie with 55.56% correct (five of nine categories): Joyce Eng (TV Guide), Dave Karger (IMDB), Tom O’Neil (Gold Derby), Paul Sheehan (Gold Derby), Anne Thompson (Indiewire), and Adnan Virk (ESPN). Another six-way tie follows at 44.44% between Bonnie Fuller (Hollywood Life), Tariq Khan (Fox News), Matthew Jacobs (HuffPo), Lynette Rice (Entertainment Weekly), Brian Truitt (USA Today), and Susan Wloszczyna (RogerEbert.com). Kerr Lordygan (Rotten Tomatoes) and Ken Tucker (Yahoo) are next at 33.33%.
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