Launches New CIRCUIT CENTER For Reader Awards Show Predictions

The new Circuit Center will be located within the existing Circuit Hub. Editors, Awards Circuit staff, and users can come together to predict award shows from across the entertainment industry.  

New York – February 13, 2019, a digital leader in coverage of entertainment awards shows, film and television reviews, and news announced its continued expansion of the Circuit Hub. A reformatted and restructured Circuit Center has been implemented as part of the Circuit Hub, allowing users to create a one-of-a-kind community for their year-round entertainment awards needs. This will give users an unprecedented ability to track their predictions throughout the year.

Currently celebrating its tenth anniversary, AwardsCircuit began to analyze and predict entertainment awards in 2008. The site remains independent, allowing for the integration of new features into the site. The Circuit Hub provides a unique interface for users to quickly read and assess the races for various awards bodies through the eyes of the Editor-in-Chief of AwardsCircuit, Clayton Davis.

The newly redesigned Circuit Center will give users control of their own prediction forecasting. When creating a profile, you can sign into the system using Facebook, Twitter, Google, or personal email. Users are encouraged to add a profile picture or avatar, as well as let other users know in which state you live.

Users will see 10 available spots in each prediction page but that’s designed for the “nomination stage” of predicting which will allow all the users to list their 10 predicted choices in each category.

User profiles can be viewed by others, allowing readers to see predictions from any user within the community. Another feature of the Circuit Center is weekly tracking, which will allow you to see your past predictions throughout the year.  Rather than limiting users to the maximum number of nominees in each category, readers can rank as many as ten potential nominees in every category.

Users can also engage with each other in groups, messaging, and leagues for competition. Users will have the ability to create their own leagues for friends and family or join leagues created by other users if they so choose. For those users with similar interests, you will be able to create leagues based on communities, fandoms, and other interests.  

Each league has a message board so you can communicate with other users. On the message board, you can discuss the daily news from the world of film and television, or entirely unrelated discussions.  If you wish to communicate with just a single user, rather than the entire group, a direct messaging system is also available. This version of the Circuit Center does not currently have a scoring system in place. However, the next update of the system will integrate that feature. In the meantime, users can create their own scoring systems within their message boards of the group.

On the left-hand side of the Circuit Hub, a group of awards shows will be present. If Clayton has predicted the nominees for a show, you will also be able to predict for that awards show. One week after the 91st Oscars, Clayton Davis will release his year-in-advance predictions for the 92nd Oscars. At that point, users will be able to make their year-in-advance predictions as well.  

To learn more about The Circuit Hub, Circuit Center, expansion plans, or to book an interview with its owner and founder Clayton Davis, contact [email protected], call (929) 777-8325, or visit the website at

If you find any technical issues on the site, please e-mail [email protected].


The Awards Circuit has been the premier entertainment and awards site since May 2008. It is owned and operated by Editor-in-Chief Clayton Davis. AC also staffs an eclectic group of writers, all from different walks of life, and all from different areas of the world.

Awards Circuit is committed to delivering unbiased news and awards coverage to both industry professionals and dedicated fans of film, television, music, and theatre. Our diverse team of writers provides an in-depth analysis of both American and international entertainment.


Clayton Davis is the esteemed Editor and Owner of Born in Bronx, NY to a Puerto Rican mother and Black father, he’s been criticizing film and television for over a decade. Clayton is a member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association where he votes and attends the kick-off to the awards season, the Critics’ Choice Awards. He’s also an active member of New York Film Critics Online, International Press Academy, Black Reel Awards and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association. Clayton has been quoted and appeared in various outlets, including The New York, Variety, Deadline, Los Angeles Times, Bloomberg Television, AOL, Huffington Post, Bloomberg Radio, The Wrap, Slash Film and The Hollywood Reporter.

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