Pete Hammond tops at predicting winners of TV Golden Globes
Among the 20 pro pundits who also forecast the winners of the TV Golden Globes, Pete Hammond was tops with eight out of 11 races right. As a group, we scored just 92 out of 220 for a success rate of only 41.8%. All of us missed Chloe Sevigny's win for "Big Love" in the catch-all supporting actress category. Marshall Fine (Star Magazine, Hollywood and Fine) was the only pundit to predict Emmy champ Toni Collette ("United States of Tara") to win for lead comedy series actress while Pete and Sasha Stone (AwardsDaily) were the only two to see "Dexter" star Michael C. Hall taking home lead drama series actor.
Just behind our champ with seven races right were Edward Douglas (ComingSoon.net) and Steve Pond (The Odds, TheWrap). Fine, Dave Karger (Entertainment Weekly) and I scored six while following with five right were Lane Brown (Vulture, New York Magazine), Nathaniel Rogers (FilmExperience), Sam Rubin (KTLA) and Peter Travers (Rolling Stone).
Scott Bowles (USA Today), Sasha and Susan Wloszczyna (USA Today) each scored four while Scott Feinberg (AndTheWinnerIs), Paul Gaita (The Circuit, The Envelope), Kevin Lewin (World Entertainment News Network), Guy Lodge (InContention), Michael Musto (Village Voice) and Chuck Walton (Fandango) each got three right. Courtney Hazlett (Scoop, MSNBC) got two correct of the eight categories she predicted.