Congratulations to our User Marcelo Henn for the best accuracy score of 77.78% when predicting the 2021 Emmys nominations on Tuesday morning. He is actually tied at that percentage with lovelylovely and Camryn, but received more score points because he used his two Super Bets (500 points) wisely, reaping 53,621 points in all.
Almost 3,800 people worldwide predicted these 73rd annual Primetime Emmy nominees announced by previous winners Ron Cephas Jones and Jasmine Cephas Jones. Our top scorer got 112 out of 142 nominee slots correct, with some difficult choices like “Cobra Kai” for Best Comedy Series, “The Boys” and “This Is Us” for Best Drama Series, Uzo Aduba (“In Treatment”) for Best Drama Actress and Jonathan Majors (“Lovecraft Country”) for Best Drama Actor.
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For our 10 Gold Derby Editors predicting, we have a three-way tie in first place at 75.69% for Daniel Montgomery, Matt Noble and Tom O’Neil. Up next at 73.61% is Riley Chow. Following him at 72.92% are Joyce Eng, Paul Sheehan and myself. Marcus Dixon is at 71.53%, then Rob Licuria at 70.14% and Christopher Rosen at 68.06%. See Editors’ scores.
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