People's Choice Awards 2016: Furious 7 and The Big Bang Theory Are Fan Favorites

by | January 7, 2016 | Comments

The winners of the 42nd Annual People’s Choice Awards were revealed last night on a show broadcast live on CBS. The Award celebrates fans’ favorites in categories spanning film, television and music. Read through for the list of movie and television winners.

Movie Winners | TV Winners

Favorite Movie

Favorite Movie Actor

Favorite Movie Actress

Favorite Action Movie

Favorite Action Movie Actor

Favorite Action Movie Actress

Favorite Animated Movie Voice

Favorite Comedic Movie

Favorite Comedic Movie Actor

Favorite Comedic Movie Actress

Favorite Dramatic Movie

Favorite Dramatic Movie Actor

Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress

Favorite Family Movie

Favorite Thriller Movie

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  • Bill E

    Wow, the average person is really stupid.

    • dommyluc

      Thank you, sir. You are a gentleman and a scholar!

    • Ht Rubenstein


  • vincent

    I’ll admit, I’m curious to see who won, but man, are those results disappointing and the reason why I don’t watch these award shows anymore.

  • Drift

    Wow, were the only people who voted a bunch of teenage women or something? Seriously, this is pathetic.

    • Bradly Martin

      That’s what the even weirder thing about these results are. The “TEEN PEOPLE CHOICE!” awards are a thing too. Why separate them if the noms and winners are all the same?

    • Sabine Andris

      Teenage women? I assure you sir, at least 50% are ‘teenage men’ who voted for those horrible movies.

  • The People’s Choice Awards are always a joke but at least they got The Martian into the right category. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Vits/Vicente Torres

      And then blew it by listing TOMORROWLAND as a drama.

  • If my only choices were those that are listed, my votes would have been as follows:

    Favorite Movie: Inside Out
    Favorite Action Movie: Furious 7
    Favorite Comedy: Spy
    Favorite Dramatic Movie: The Martian
    Favorite Family Movie: Inside Out
    Favorite Thriller: I didn’t see any of these

    • Bradly Martin

      Thriller just breaks my heart. I heard that Taken 3 won and I was shocked. then I came to this page to see what it beat and it’s more crap nobody even saw. There were so many good thrillers this year too. Ugh, I had to see what won the year Argo, and Gone baby Gone were in theaters.

      • According to the Wikipedia;

        Gone Baby Gone was 2007. The winner of the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Movie that year was Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End. It beat out The Bourne Ultimatum and Transformers.

        Argo was 2012. The winner of the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Movie that year was The Hunger Games. It beat out The Amazing Spider-Man, The Avengers, The Dark Knight Rises, & Snow White & The Huntsman.

        • Vits/Vicente Torres

          ARGO was nominated for Favorite Dramatic Movie.

  • *flush*

  • Jared

    Why did furious 7 win best movie? Inside out is far better. Well at leasts its not as bad as least year when maleficent won.

    • massive2341

      Maleficent won? Over what?

      • According to the Wikipedia, Maleficent won last year over:
        22 Jump Street
        Captain America: Winter Soldier
        Guardians of the Galaxy
        X-Men: Days of Future Past

        • Jared

          Which shows how biased the peoples choice awards are. I know for a fact that a lot more people liked guardians of the galaxy, winter soldier, days of future past and probably 22 jump street than maleficent. Also, last year divergent won best action movie over guardians of the galaxy, winter soldier and days of future past.

          • Texas Humanist

            It’s possible that because The Winter Soldier, Days of Future Past, and Guardians of the Galaxy catered to the same demographic, they split the votes between the three, leaving Maleficent to win, as much as I hate to say it, given how much I loved the other three (although I should give Maleficent a try).

          • Vits/Vicente Torres

            Good theory… but how does that apply to this year?

        • massive2341

          Well that’s some bull.

    • Vits/Vicente Torres

      “Not as bad”? The 2nd best-reviewed nominee and the rare “Best installment in a frachise despite being the 7th” won.

      • Jared

        Furious 7 was terrible. If they wanted more mainstream nominees, they could have at least picked good ones like the martian, mad max, mission impossible 5, creed, or straight outta compton

        • Vits/Vicente Torres

          I didn’t like FURIOUS 7 either, but the consensus was positive. Those other movies had better reviews, but at least 3 of them got nominated in other categories anyway.

    • KingRichard22

      Take a look at it’s Box Office figures & u’ll know..

  • massive2341

    I think this has to be the worst awards ceremony ever.

    I get that certain people have opinions, but as much as I love Furious 7, there is no way that it can beat Inside Out. EVER. Not on a storytelling front, and certainly not on a visual front (even though the Paul Walker effect was spot on.)

    Dakota Johnson was AWFUL in an AWFUL movie as Fifty Shades of Grey. The fact that you even put her on the list, and NOT Charlize Theron for Mad Max, is just dumb as hell.

    Again, MINIONS over Inside Out? MINIONS? As much as i don’t hate it as much as everyone else (I was/ out of the U.S., so I didn’t experience the “Minion Mania”), it is NO WAY like Inside Out.

    Finally, I get that the list didn’t have very good films in the first place, but TAKEN 3 as best thriller? Compared to Ex Machina? Or Rogue Nation? Bull crap.

    Easily the dumbest choices I’ve ever seen for any awards show, period.

    • Vits/Vicente Torres

      1) Charlize WAS nominated, but for Favorite Action Movie Actress.
      2) ROGUE NATION would’ve been in Favorite Action Movie, not Favorite Thriller. EX MACHINA didn’t perform well at the box office, so of course it won’t win a public voting award.

      • massive2341

        Oh, didn’t see it at first. My apologies. Still it’s dumb that they’d put Shaliene Woodley over her.

        As for Rogue Nation, I meant to delete that, but I guess it un-did it or something.

        • Vits/Vicente Torres

          While I didn’t hate Shailene’s performance in it like I did in the 1st one, I still think she shouldn’t have won. I wanted Emily Blunt to win.

          • massive2341

            Yeah she was great in Sicario

  • Vits/Vicente Torres

    There was a mistake last night: The pre-nomination process began in the middle of October, before OUR BRAND IS CRISIS, CONCUSSION and SPOTLIGHT’s releases. Despite the clips shown during the ceremony, Sandra Bullock actually won for MINIONS and Will Smith and Rachel McAdams were actually nominated for FOCUS and SOUTHPAW.

    • KingRichard22


  • Funderwood

    Please change the name of this award show……as I am also a “people”, but I did not vote at my local Taco Bell. I would like my dignity erased from having anything to do with this award show. Thank you, Mr. People

  • DGR

    Jeez, people are stupid.

  • dommyluc

    Man, is far as I am concerned, having root canal done is more enjoyable than “Big Bang”. I love Jim Parsons, but the Sheldon character is getting progressively more annoying, and Kelly Cuoco is about as funny as Schwarzenegger when he does comedy – in other words, deadly.
    Oh, and the People’s Choice Awards are about as relevant as the Miss America pageant, the Golden Globes, and American Idol. Remember Pia Zadora? Remember Fantasia Barrios? How about Taylor Hicks? Bueller? Bueller?!

  • Brandon MacLeod

    I sometimes question award shows like the Oscars and if the people who decide the winners really know what they’re talking about. Then I see award shows like this and realize that the people in charge of the Oscars are 1000000x better at picking winners than the idiots who picked these winners.

  • KingRichard22

    Did Chris Hemsworth win for Avengers: Age of Ultron or In the Heart of the Sea..? Curious..

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