More than 700 Gold Derby readers predicted the winners in 11 categories at the Golden Globes for TV. In total, our Users logged almost 8,000 predictions.
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For a full breakdown of our results by category, click here.
The Globes often favor new and buzzworthy shows and big-name stars, and this year was no exception, with Showtime's watercooler thriller "Homeland" winning Best Drama Series for the second year in a row, while HBO's edgy "Girls" won Best Comedy Series. Acting prizes went to A-listers including Maggie Smith ("Downton Abbey"), Julianne Moore ("Game Change"), and Kevin Costner ("Hatfields and McCoys").
Were the winners predictable? Yes, according to our users' results. A whopping 16 correctly predicted 91%: jal2170, JdannyBF, Vektor, pgrimald, february77, LeonardHuang, ssfweb, pcioth01, Max, tomglee92, aticus, PopOfCulture, amflag, uncreativename, igottafindbubba, and vinipereira.
That matches the performance of our top expert, Tariq Khan (Fox News). He was followed by Peter Travers (Rolling Stone) with 82%. Matt Atchity (Rotten Tomatoes) and Gold Derby's Tom O'Neil were tied for third with 73%.
Our editors were less reliable this time around. Tied at 73% were Matt Noble and Darrin Dortch, followed by a four-way tie between Chris Beachum, Marcus Dixon, Robert Licuria, and Daniel Montgomery with 64%.
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Meet our contest winners today at 3 p.m. PT: Join our live chat with Bryce & Jonathan, who had best scores predicting Critics Choice and Golden Globe nominations
Critics Choice Nominations: Bryce H scored an impressive 83% when sizing up 20 categories. That was one percentage point ahead of our smartest Editor, Daniel Montgomery. Our top Expert was also one of our Editors, Paul Sheehan, who reaped 74%. To see how you performed, check out our leaderboard plus the score section of your account page.
Golden Globe (Film) Nominations: Jonathan was our top User, reaping a staggering 86% when forecasting the lineup of 10 categories. That put him six percentage points ahead of our best Expert -- Scott Mantz (Access Hollywood) -- and eight ahead of our leading Editor, Daniel Montogomery. Did you made the cut on the leaderboard score breakdown?
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award Winners: Christian aced all rivals, scoring 82%. That was almost 20 percentage points ahead of our top Expert (Edward Douglas of ComingSoon ) and Editor (Matt Noble), both of whom earned scores of 64%. Christian foresaw that surprise screenplay win for "Before Midnight." See leaderboard.
National Board of Review Award Winners: Cinemateo21 tied with one other User (dottardi) at 34% of the winners of the National Board of Review awards. However, he wagered his points strategically and scored three times as many to win the contest. Both are to be commended as only three of our editors got even one winner correct while our Experts were shut out entirely. See leaderboard.
New York Film Critics Circle Award Winners: Likewise, Ryan Fernand tied with RobertPius at 67% of the winners of the New York Film Critics Circle but won on points. His margin of victory in that tally was closer (about 30% difference) but highlights how important it is where you place your Super (500 points) and Big (200) bets. See leaderboard.
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