Best TV Movie jumps ship to Creative Arts Emmys, so hurry and update your Gold Derby predictions: What will win?

Now that the Best TV Movie category has jumped ship from the Primetime Emmys to the Creative Arts Emmys, it’s time to update your predictions at Gold Derby. In our predictions center you can make your picks for the 26 Emmy categories that will be presented live on NBC on September 17, as well as 25 different races that’ll be handed out the prior weekend at two Creative Arts events.

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This year’s nominees for Best TV Movie are “Black Mirror: USS Callister” (Netflix), “Fahrenheit 451” (HBO), “Flint” (Lifetime), “Paterno” (HBO) and “The Tale” (HBO). The winner will be announced Saturday, September 8, where trophies will be presented for scripted programming including comedy, drama, limited series and animation. On Sunday, September 9, categories related to documentary, reality and variety programming will be awarded.

No reason was given for the switcheroo, though this is the second time in four years that Best TV Movie was moved off the main telecast. Back in 2015 “Bessie” prevailed at the Creative Arts Emmys. Following that victory, “Sherlock: The Abominable Bride” (2016) and “Black Mirror: San Junipero” (2017) were both announced at the live Primetime ceremony.

Here’s the nominations breakdown for all five of the 2018 Best TV Movie Emmy nominees:

“Black Mirror: USS Callister” – 7 nominations
Best TV Movie
Best Actor for Jesse Plemons
Best Writing for William Bridges and Charlie Brooker
Best Cinematography
Best Music Composition
Best Picture Editing
Best Sound Editing

“Fahrenheit 451” – 5 nominations
Best TV Movie
Best Cinematography
Best Costumes
Best Sound Editing
Best Sound Mixing

“Paterno” – 2 nominations
Best TV Movie
Best Directing for Barry Levinson

“The Tale” – 2 nominations
Best TV Movie
Best Actress for Laura Dern

“Flint” – 1 nomination
Best TV Movie

PREDICT the Emmy winners now; change them until September 17

Be sure to make your Emmy predictions today so that Hollywood insiders can see how their TV shows and performers are faring in our odds. You can keep changing your predictions as often as you like until just before winners are announced on September 17. Be sure to also predict winners for the Creative Arts ceremonies slated for September 8 and 9. And join in the fun debate over the 2018 Emmy taking place right now with Hollywood insiders in our television forums. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.

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