Once again, Bleeding Cool wants to hear from you, our faithful readers, to help us choose our second annual best-of (and in some cases worst-of) roundup.
We’ll be taking nominations until midnight PST on January 5th. At that time, we’ll take everyone’s nominations, get the top five or six in each category and then we’ll put out the official nominee list for everyone to vote on. That voting will run for two weeks, and on February 1st, we’ll announce the Winners of Bleeding Cool’s 2017 Readers’ Awards. We prattle on throughout the year on which we think is best and worst, now it’s your turn to chime in on which you think they are.
We do reserve the right to adjust which category a title is submitted for, just in case anyone goes and writes in Get Out under Best Comedy Film (we’re not the Golden Globes, after all).
Some fine print:
- We will filter out by IP addresses to ensure that each IP votes only once.
- In each category, you can enter up to three nominations.
- You do NOT need to enter names into each category (for example you can leave all the TV fields blank if you wish).
- Take your time, again you can only submit a set of nominations from your IP address once, so fill out as many categories as you intend to on that first pass.
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