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Performers of the Month - July 2018 Voting *RESULTS*



*RESULTS*


The Readers’ Choice Performer of July took the lead right from the start and no competition ever again came near her. The winner of the title is The 100’s Marie Avgeropoulos who has consistently been a powerhouse in her portrayal of Octavia Blake. Her character has arguably had the biggest arc of any of the characters on the show. Who the character is now is nothing like she was when the series began. While that is a great testament to the writers it is largely in part because of all the heart and charisma Avgeropoulos brings to Octavia. This season was a huge one for Octavia providing Avgeropoulos with some brilliant material to dig into. Damocles Pt. 1 (5x12) is the episode that she won for and it was the start of a critical change in the character. This episode displayed the new Blodreina while also starting to bring back some elements of the old Octavia. Throughout this hour, Octavia was a character in crisis and Avgeropoulos stunningly captured every tough decision and heartbreaking realization making those moments seem vividly real. Her performance throughout the series has always been standout, but there was something truly special about this hour. It was in many ways the beginning of the end for Blodreina and the re-birth of Octavia Blake. Marie Avgeropoulos is SpoilerTV’s July Readers’ Choice Performer of the Month.



The Staff Choice Performer of July winner is Amy Adams, the star of HBO’s gripping adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s debut novel, the dark and psychological, Sharp Objects. In a rare television performance, Adams has been amazing, thrilling fans and critics alike. She won for the third episode, Fix, as Camille Preaker, a troubled reporter returning home to her small hometown to investigate the disappearance and death of several young girls. In this episode, an emotionally fragile Camille learns more about her complex new half-sister, Amma, discovers her contentious relationship with her disapproving, status-conscious mother hasn’t and isn’t likely to change and continues the investigation into the deaths despite a less than warm welcome home. As she navigates the minefield of emotions regarding returning home, she is haunted by her recent past that includes a tragic stay in rehab. Adams has been mesmerizing the entire series and, in this episode, shows us even more sides to this intriguing character she is so vividly bringing to life. Her performance in Sharp Objects and this episode, in particular, earned much-deserved recognition from SpoilerTV staff as their July Performer of the Month choice.


Marie Avgeropoulos and Amy Adams will each receive a winner article that will release prior to the end of the month. In the meantime, use the comments section here to discuss these two brilliant winners and all of their incredibly gifted fellow nominees.

*ORIGINAL POST*

Thanks to a great turnout for the nominations round we have a strong list of nominees. It will be interesting to see who will prevail this month.

Now it's time to determine who will be our July Readers' Choice Performer of the Month. The results will remain hidden for the duration of voting. The results of this poll and the Staff voting will be revealed after the poll closes.

2017 Staff's Choice Performer of the Year: Tatiana Maslany
2017 Readers' Choice Performer of the Year: Sam Heughan

January Winners:
Readers' Choice: Camilla Luddington (Jo Wilson) - Grey's Anatomy
Staff Choice: Justina Machado (Penelope Alvarez) - One Day At A Time

February Winners:
Readers' Choice: Tala Ashe (Zari Tomaz) - Legends of Tomorrow
Staff Choice: Mandy Moore (Rebecca Pearson) - This Is Us

March Winners:
Readers' Choice: Sarah Drew (April Kepner) - Grey's Anatomy
Staff Choice: Iain De Caestecker (Leo Fitz) - Agents of SHIELD

April Winners:
Readers' Choice: Abigail Spencer (Lucy Preston) - Timeless
Staff Choice: Sandra Oh (Eve Polastri) - Killing Eve

May Winners:
Readers' Choice: Tom Ellis (Lucifer Morningstar) - Lucifer
Staff Choice: Keri Russell (Elizabeth Jennings) - The Americans

June Winners:
Readers' Choice: Bob Morley (Bellamy Blake) - The 100
Staff Choice: Elizabeth Moss (June Osborne) - The Handmaid's Tale

Please remember that a performer can only win once in 2018. After that win, they will be ineligible to win again in 2018, but they will secure a spot in our year-end Performer of the Year contest.

Now comes the hard part where you can only vote for 1 performer. The poll will be live until Saturday, August 11th at 6 pm ET. After you vote be sure to make a pitch in the comments section for what the performer you voted for most deserves to win.


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