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The Shape of Water fights back against Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri! (Source: Know Your Meme)

First of all, I have to say that I unfortunately missed the ceremony due to the fact that I'm still working on my web project. The morning the ceremony started, I had not even a thought of checking it out because I had to deal with the web template that one of my teammates suggested which actually caused more confusion and delay than Thomas the tank engine, with deprecated functions and all other stuff. The afternoon after however things took a better turn as I was able to communicate with the same teammate who sent the new template to give a couple of remedies to make it work. That doesn't change the fact that the website publishing had to be delayed for another week sadly. :(

Personal stuffs aside, The Shape of Water was set to settle another score with Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri after a Best Picture defeat in Golden Globes, in addition to the quantity of wins. The deadly TV duo of Big Little Lies and The Handmaid's Tale had a mission to keep their award win momentum at their disposal, while Amazon's new comedy series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel attempted to seize the early awards en route to the Emmys should the series gets the said nod for September.

The ceremony was hosted by actress and activist Olivia Munn and was held at the Barker Hangar, Santa Monica, California, and was aired on The CW network.

The winnersCollapse )

Some personal reactions towards Critics Choice hereCollapse )

All said, we are finally settled up for that one gala in particular: 24th Screen Actors Guild Awards, the final gateway before the Oscars. After the movies and television shows managed to impress the press and the critics, it is time to see which movies and television shows impress the Guild. Will it end up in a same outcome or will there be difference than the two awards before it?

And at long last, the first official coefficient ranking will be released, along with the first assessment!