Do you think “The Bold and the Beautiful” will win best drama series at the Daytime Emmys for a third year in a row? Or will “All My Children” get a farewell hug when trophies are doled out Sunday night at the Las Vegas Hilton (8 p.m. ET/PT, CBS)?
Will Michael Park (“As the World Turns“) repeat as best actor, beating James Scott (“Days of Our Lives“), Maurice Benard (“General Hospital“), Christian LeBlanc (“Young and the Restless“) and Ricky Paull Goldin (“All My Children“)?
Log your Daytime Emmy predictions here at Gold Derby and see how you score. After the awards ceremony is over, Gold Derby will calculate your score.
Gold Derby is set up like Facebook – a social network where you can log your predictions for all top showbiz awards, including the Oscars, Primetime Emmys and Grammys. You can also upload photos to your profile page, send messages to friends and list your Top 10 lists of favorite films and TV shows. Start at our main predictions page and you’ll be guided through the easy set-up process. Then use our simple drop-and-drag menus to grab your choices for award predictions from the left column, move them to the right and then switch them around easily until you’re happy with how your forecast stacks up in each category. Below is a sample of what my Daytime Emmy prediction for best drama series looks like after I moved the choices around.
Here, below, is what my predictions page looks like when framed against my profile page.