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The Amazing Race 30

The Amazing Race 30

To make your predictions, click on each question above. Below: Grab a contender from the left column and add it to the right column by clicking on the green + symbol. For the winner question, rank contenders based on likelihood of winning. Make your first picks now and then click "SAVE & NEXT" to jump to the next category. Change them later as often as you wish. Read contest rules.
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The Voice 13

The Voice 13

To make your predictions, click on each question above. Below: Grab a contender from the left column and add it to the right column by clicking on the green + symbol. For the winner question, rank contenders based on likelihood of winning. Make your first picks now and then click “SAVE & NEXT” to jump to the next category. Change them later as often as you wish. Read contest rules. WEEKLY PRIZE: $100 Amazon gift certificate.
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Top Chef 15

Top Chef 15

To make your predictions, click on each question above. Below: Grab a contender from the left column and add it to the right column by clicking on the green + symbol. For the winner question, rank contenders based on likelihood of winning. Make your first picks now and then click "SAVE & NEXT" to jump to the next category. Change them later as often as you wish. Read contest rules.
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Dancing with the Stars 25

Dancing with the Stars 25

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Survivor: Heroes v. Healers v. Hustlers

Survivor: Heroes v. Healers v. Hustlers

To make your predictions, click on each question above. Below: Grab a contender from the left column and add it to the right column by clicking on the green + symbol. For the winner question, rank contenders based on likelihood of winning. Make your first picks now and then click "SAVE & NEXT" to jump to the next category. Change them later as often as you wish. Read contest rules.
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Hell's Kitchen 17

Hell's Kitchen 17

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Project Runway 16

Project Runway 16

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America's Got Talent 12

America's Got Talent 12

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American Idol ‘Top 8 Week’

American Idol ‘Top 8 Week’

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Survivor #30.08 ‘Keep It Real’

Survivor #30.08 ‘Keep It Real’

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Daytime Emmys 2015

Daytime Emmys 2015

"General Hospital" is one step closer to Daytime Emmys redemption. It picked up 28 nominations this year, more than any other program, including Best Drama Series. "GH" suffered some of last year's biggest snubs, failing to earn nominations for writing, directing, or Drama Series, and winning just two awards, fewer than any other soap. But it's represented in all three top dramatic races this time around. It also picked up 13 acting nominations, including two (Donna Mills and Linda Elena Tovar) in the new Special Guest Performer category. Following with 25 nominations is "The Young and the Restless," which won a whopping nine awards last year, including Best Drama. It had led this year's acting pre-nominations with 22, and 11 of its actors made the final cut, including three (Meredith Baxter, Sally Kellerman and Ray Wise) in the Special Guest Performer race. "The Bold and the Beautiful" was next with 19 bids, but that includes only four acting nominations, and none for five-time Emmy winner Heather Tom, who had contended for the last four years for the CBS soap. But Fred Willard did make the cut for Special Guest Performer for his role as John Forrester. "Days of Our Lives" earned the fewest nominations among soap operas with 16, but that includes Best Actress for Alison Sweeney, her first nomination after 21 years on the series. However, all four remaining soap operas were nominated for Drama Series, Writing Team, and Directing Team, so there wasn't a single snub in those races. Following the four soaps, "Sesame Street" led all children's programs with 13 bids, while "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" is the top talk show with 10 bids and "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" is the most nominated animated program with seven. The nominations were announced on CBS's "The Talk," which picked up seven nominations of its own, including Best Entertainment Talk Show and Best Entertainment Talk Show Host. ABC's once formidable talker "The View" only picked up two nominations this year, for Best Hairstyling and Best Multiple Camera Editing. There were a few major snubs in the drama acting categories. Best Supporting Actor frontrunner Blake Berris ("Days") was left out entirely, as was his co-star, last year's winner Eric Martsolf. Younger Actress favorite Camryn Grimes ("Y&R") was also overlooked. Peter Bergman ("Y&R") wasn't able to extend his record for the most Best Actor nominations: this would have been his 20th career bid.
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The Voice ‘Top 20 Week’

The Voice ‘Top 20 Week’

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Dancing with the Stars #20.04 ‘Most Memorable Year’

Dancing with the Stars #20.04 ‘Most Memorable Year’

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Survivor #30.07 ‘The Line Will Be Drawn Tonight’

Survivor #30.07 ‘The Line Will Be Drawn Tonight’

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American Idol ‘Top 9 Week’

American Idol ‘Top 9 Week’

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Dancing with the Stars #20.03 ‘Latin Night’

Dancing with the Stars #20.03 ‘Latin Night’

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American Idol ‘Top 10 Week’

American Idol ‘Top 10 Week’

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Survivor #30.06 ‘Odd Woman Out’

Survivor #30.06 ‘Odd Woman Out’

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Dancing with the Stars #20.02 ‘My Jam Monday’

Dancing with the Stars #20.02 ‘My Jam Monday’

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The Amazing Race #26.05 ‘Get in That Lederhosen, Baby’

The Amazing Race #26.05 ‘Get in That Lederhosen, Baby’

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American Idol ‘Top 11 Week’

American Idol ‘Top 11 Week’

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Survivor #30.05 ‘We’re Finally Playing Some Survivor’

Survivor #30.05 ‘We’re Finally Playing Some Survivor’

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Survivor #30.04 ‘Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner’

Survivor #30.04 ‘Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner’

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American Idol ‘Top 12 Week’

American Idol ‘Top 12 Week’

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The Amazing Race #26.04 ‘The Great Amazing Nasty Race’

The Amazing Race #26.04 ‘The Great Amazing Nasty Race’

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Survivor #30.03 ‘Crazy is as Crazy Does’

Survivor #30.03 ‘Crazy is as Crazy Does’

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MTV Movie Awards 2015

MTV Movie Awards 2015

Fanboys and fangirls will do battle when voting for this year's MTV Movie Awards. The top nominees are the sci-fi action blockbuster "Guardians of the Galaxy" and the young-adult romance "The Fault in Our Stars," both of which have seven nominations including Movie of the Year. "Neighbors" also has seven bids, but it's not up for the top prize. For the complete list of nominations, click here. "Guardians" earned four of its nominations for star Chris Pratt (Male Performance, Shirtless Performance, Musical Moment, and Comedic Performance). Elsewhere, Zoe Saldana earned a bid for Best On-Screen Transformation, and Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel are up for Best Duo. In addition to its Movie of the Year nomination, "Fault" stars Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort picked up six bids. Woodley contends for Female Performance. Elgort is nominated for Male Performance, Breakthrough Performance, and Shirtless Performance. Together, they're also up for Best Duo and Best Kiss. Despite missing out on nominations in the top categories, "Neighbors" was singled out for Duo (Zac Efron and Dave Franco), Fight (Efron and Seth Rogen), Kiss (Rose Byrne and Halston Sage), WTF Moment (Rogen and Byrne), Musical Moment (Rogen and Efron), and Comedic Performance (Byrne). Efron also aims to defend his title for Best Shirtless Performance; he won last year for "That Awkward Moment." "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Fault in Our Stars" may have the most nominations, but they may face a tough challenge in the top category from "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1." The penultimate installment of the "Hunger Games" franchise is nominated for just four awards, but the previous film, "Catching Fire," won Movie of the Year last year, and star Jennifer Lawrence has won Best Female Performance for the last three years in a row. Might fans decide they've awarded "Hunger Games" enough already? Maybe not. MTV voters aren't shy about awarding their favorites again and again. The "Twilight" saga won the top prize four years in a row (2009-2012). Before that, the "Lord of the Rings" franchise went undefeated from 2002 to 2004. None of the above films made a significant impact at the Oscars, except "Guardians of the Galaxy," which earned a pair of bids for Visual Effects and Makeup/Hairstyling, but MTV still saved plenty of room for academy favorites. That's surprising because this year's Oscar movies were relatively low-grossing, and MTV usually favors big studio hits. Like the Oscars, MTV nominated eight films for Movie of the Year, and half of them were also nominated for Best Picture: "American Sniper," "Boyhood," "Selma," and "Whiplash." Meanwhile, 10 out of the 20 Oscar-nominated performances are represented. Oscar-winner J.K. Simmons earned a bid (Villain, "Whiplash"), as did Reese Witherspoon (Female Performance, "Wild"), Emma Stone (Female Performance, "Birdman"), Cooper (Male Performance, "American Sniper"), Rosamund Pike (Scared-as-S**t Performance and Villain, "Gone Girl"), Michael Keaton and Edward Norton (Fight, "Birdman"), Meryl Streep (Villain, "Into the Woods"), Eddie Redmayne (On-Screen Transformation, "The Theory of Everything"), and Steve Carell (On-Screen Transformation, "Foxcatcher"). But while the Oscars turned out to be a duel between "Birdman" and "Boyhood," awards-season films are usually underdogs with MTV viewers. The last time MTV viewers agreed with the academy on the best film was "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" in 2004.
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Tony Awards Nominations 2015

Tony Awards Nominations 2015

Tony Awards nominations will be announced on April 28 with the 69th edition of these top theater honors taking place on June 7.
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The Amazing Race #26.03 ‘#MurphysLaw’

The Amazing Race #26.03 ‘#MurphysLaw’

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Dancing with the Stars #20.01 ‘Season Premiere’

Dancing with the Stars #20.01 ‘Season Premiere’

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The Amazing Race #26.02 ‘I Got the Smartest Dude’

The Amazing Race #26.02 ‘I Got the Smartest Dude’

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