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Deadline Hollywood's Emmy seer Pete Hammond squares off against Gold Derby editor Tom O'Neil to track the Emmy Awards race. Is "Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" star Rachel Brosnahan unbeatable for Best Comedy Actress? Or can Tracee Ellis Ross ("Black-ish") or Allison Janney ("Mom") take her down? Will Donald Glover be automatic winner of Best Actor after his victory last year? And what about those supporting races?


Gold Derby editors Tom O'Neil and Daniel Montgomery duke it out over their predictions for nominees and winners of the 2018 Emmys. Now that "Game of Thrones" is back in the running, will it conquer last year's champ "The Handmaid's Tale"? Will "Atlanta" or "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" win Best Comedy Series? What other programs will be nominated?


"The good news for every studio and every network is that 'Veep' is not back," announces Marcus James Dixon at the start of our discussion about Best Comedy Series at the 2018 Emmys. "Veep" is the reigning three-time winner of the top comedy prize, but it's taking the year off so it won't be eligible to four-peat. Marcus is joined by fellow Gold Derby editors Paul Sheehan, Chris Beachum, Daniel Montgomery and Joyce Eng in our latest slugfest video.


With so many new dramas clamoring for Emmy's attention, this year's Best Drama Series race is dividing Gold Derby's editors. Two recent winners are back in play -- "Game of Thrones" and "The Handmaid's Tale" -- as are last year's nominees "The Crown," "Stranger Things," "This Is Us" and "Westworld." But with "Better Call Saul" and "House of Cards" both taking the year off, which freshman series are in contention at the 2018 Emmys?


4 Oscar Experts clash over Best Picture Predictions: Pete Hammond (Deadline Hollywood), Anne Thompson (Indiewire), Tim Gray (Variety) and Tom O'Neil (Gold Derby). Is "Shape of Water" really out front? Or "3 Billboards"? Can "Dunkirk" or "Get Out" pull off an upset? 

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Tom O'Neil chats with Ronnie Boadu, who is known as EastWest at GoldDerby where he consistently achieve a high degree of accuracy for his Oscars, Emmys and other predictions. How does he do it? What are his Oscars views now?

Direct download: eastwest.mp3
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The feisty editors of AwardsDaily and GoldDerby track the frontrunners to win Oscars, Producers' Guild Awards and Screen Actors Guild Awards on Jan. 16, 2018. Will 'Three Billboards,' 'Lady Bird,' 'Shape of Water,' 'Get Out' or 'Dunkirk' break out?

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Watch Gold Derby's Tom O'Neil, Daniel Montgomery and Amanda Spears clash with strong opinions on who'll win the 2018 SAG Awards for film and TV. Also PGA Awards, too. Top contenders: "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri," "Lady Bird," "The Shape of Water," "Get Out."


Following the Critics' Choice and Golden Globes, three films seem to be out front to win Best Picture at the Oscars: "The Shape of Water," "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri" and "Lady Bird." However, might underdog "Get Out" end up taking them all down on Oscar night? Gold Derby's editorial team -- Tom O'Neil, Paul Sheehan, Chris Beachum, Daniel Montgomery, Marcus James Dixon and Joyce Eng -- debates this and other hot topics in our latest Oscar predictions slugfest.


Gold Derby's #1 Oscar Expert tracks this year's derby with Gold Derby's Editor-in-Chief. Beware: These are Joyce's picks just days before Golden Globe nominations come out. They're subject to change soon.

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Category:entertainment -- posted at: 10:08pm EDT