[May 8, 2017 at 12:00 PM ET]
That’s a wrap folks! As is tradition with the MTV Awards, it ended up being a crazy evening filled with LOTS of upsets! Highlights included:
– Emma Watson winning the first ever gender-neutral Best Actor in a Movie award.
– Underdog Trevor Noah winning the Best Host award over Ellen Degeneres.
– Jack and Randall unexpectedly taking the Best Tearjerker award from a dying Hodor.
For a more detailed recap of the award ceremony’s highs and lows, click here. Also, stay tuned for our upcoming TV Tourney with Showbuzz Daily! In any case, we’ll see you soon 🙂
The PTF Content Team
[May 7, 2017 at 21:00 PM ET]
Aaaaaaand we’re officially underway! With a couple of award-winners already announced, and several more to come, it looks like we’ve got an exciting night ahead of us! How have your predictions been so far? Accurate? We hope so!
[May 4, 2017 at 2 PM ET]
May the 4th be with you as you predict the upcoming MTV Movie & TV Awards! Or maybe you just need a little help from the experts! Both Jodi and Marc have weighed in. Which expert do you agree with? Neither? Both? Stay tuned for another update to see where the PTF Median goes!
[May 3, 2017 at 10 AM ET]
Cultural icon MTV just got even more icon-er.
For the 2017 edition of its renowned, “not your parents award show” MTV Movie Awards, the groundbreaking network breaks ground again by combining Movies and TV together, as well as women and men together in a slew of gender-neutral categories.
To commemorate this–and to feed our players’ incessant hunger for all things entertainment-related–PTF presents the MTV Movie and TV Awards Tournament–15 pop culture questions that will pop your brains as you try to pick winners amongst some of the greatest talents across showbiz today.
And you won’t be alone; you’ll be playing against two showbiz execs, deeply experienced beyond their young years, namely:
Entertainment Expert and Producer Jodi Lieberman
The former VH1 and Just For Laughs talent exec and co-founder of Comedy Gives Back now runs JLC Entertainment Group, a company that manages, develops, and produces with clients across all platforms, including TV, film and digital.
Talent Manager and Producer Marc Hamou
Now partner at Thruline Entertainment in L.A., Marc has a fine-tuned eye for talent honed over two decades of experience discovering and developing performers from the ground up. Current clients include Jay Baruchel (GOON), Emily VanCamp (Captain America) and Marc-Andre Grondin (CRAZY).
And you won’t be playing for nothing, either. Top point-getter takes home a $50 online shopping card, while the next nine each win a $20 card…ostensibly to buy movies and TV shows 😉