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  • Guest2014
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    Choice TV Show: Drama
    Gossip Girl
    Nashville
    Pretty Little Liars
    Revenge
    Switched At Birth

    Choice TV Actor: Drama
    Penn Badgley, Gossip Girl
    Joshua Bowman, Revenge
    Lucas Grabeel, Switched At Birth
    Ian Harding, Pretty Little Liars
    Nick Wechsler, Revenge

    Choice TV Actress: Drama
    Troian Bellisario, Pretty Little Liars
    Blake Lively, Gossip Girl
    Vanessa Marano, Switched At Birth
    Hayden Panettiere, Nashville
    Emily VanCamp, Revenge

    Choice TV Show: Fantasy/Sci-Fi
    Arrow
    Beauty and The Beast
    Once Upon a Time
    Supernatural
    The Vampire Diaries

    Choice TV Actor: Fantasy/Sci-Fi
    Jensen Ackles, Supernatural
    Stephen Amell, Arrow
    Jared Padalecki, Supernatural
    Ian Somerhalder, The Vampire Diaries
    Paul Wesley, The Vampire Diaries

    Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi
    Katie Cassidy, Arrow
    Nina Dobrev, The Vampire Diaries
    Ginnifer Goodwin, Once Upon a Time
    Kat Graham, The Vampire Diaries
    Kristin Kreuk, Beauty and the Beast

    Choice TV Show: Action
    Chicago Fire
    Elementary
    Hawaii Five-0
    NCIS: Los Angeles
    Nikita

    Choice TV Actor: Action
    Scott Caan, Hawaii Five-0
    LL Cool J, NCIS: Los Angeles
    Jonny Lee Miller, Elementary
    Jesse Spencer, Chicago Fire
    Shane West, Nikita

    Choice TV Actress: Action
    Lyndsy Fonseca, Nikita
    Lucy Liu, Elementary
    Grace Park, Hawaii Five-0
    Maggie Q, Nikita
    Monica Raymund, Chicago Fire

    Choice TV Show: Comedy
    The Big Bang Theory
    Glee
    Modern Family
    New Girl
    Suburgatory

    Choice TV Actor: Comedy
    Chris Colfer, Glee
    Jake Johnson, New Girl
    Ashton Kutcher, Two And a Half Men
    Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory
    Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family

    Choice TV Actress: Comedy
    Kaley Cuoco, The Big Bang Theory
    Zooey Deschanel, New Girl
    Mindy Kaling, The Mindy Project
    Lea Michele, Glee
    Bridgit Mendler, Good Luck Charlie

    Choice TV: Animated Show
    Adventure Time
    Bob’s Burgers
    Family Guy
    Gravity Falls
    The Simpsons

    Choice TV: Reality Competition Show
    American Idol
    The Bachelor
    Dancing with the Stars
    The Voice
    The X Factor

    Choice TV: Reality Show
    Dance Moms
    Here Comes Honey Boo Boo
    Keeping Up with the Kardashians
    Married to Jonas
    Tia & Tamera

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    Riley
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    Are teenagers really watching Chicago Fire?  I feel like Game of Thrones is a lot bigger with them.

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    24Emmy
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    Teens don’t care about cable shows unless they’re on ABC Family.

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    Riley
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    That’s not true.

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    SaraR
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    MTV is a cable channel.

    Seems like the more accurate, although still very sweeping generalization, is that cable channels (and the networks, to a lesser extent, excluding CW) are not concerned with marketing toward teenagers and developing programming with them in mind. It’s all about the 18-49.

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    24Emmy
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    That’s not true.

    Well obviously not all teens, but the ones that voted didn’t branch out much into cable.

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    That Don Guy
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    [quote=”thedemonhog”]That’s not true.

    Well obviously not all teens, but the ones that voted didn’t branch out much into cable.[/quote]
    “Voted”?  What makes you think any teens had anything to do with determining the nominations?

    The TCAs are like the Kids Choice Awards and the MTV Music Awards – nominations are determined “behind the curtain”.

    There was a time when TCAs worked like this:
    1.  A group of representatives of the sponsors and Fox got together and chose 10 entries in each category to appear on the online ballot.  IIRC, one of the things they considered was how well they thought teens liked each entry.
    2.  After the online voting ended, the top 4 in each category were considered the “nominees” as announced on the show.
    3.  The sponsors’ representatives got together again to choose the winners.  One of the things considered was, “How likely is it that the nominee will appear at the ceremony?”

    However, once Bob Bain took over, they changed – now, it’s:
    1.  Somehow – they don’t say how, although it might be based in part on a survey – they choose five nominees in each category.
    2.  After the online voting, the producers may choose any of the top four vote-getters in each category as the winner.

    One of these days, an awards show will consist entirely of musical performances, and then, at the end, viewers will be instructed to go to the show’s website to see who won the awards.  Oh, wait – that’s how a handful of the Kids Choice Awards (usually things like “favorite book” (although now almost all of the nominess are book series) where none of the authors usually show up) are given out now, isn’t it?

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