‘Outlander’ wins Most Bingeworthy Show at Critics’ Choice Awards: Emmys, are you paying attention?

On Sunday, “Outlander” won the trophy for Most Bingeworthy Show at the 22nd Critics’ Choice Awards, a category that’s voted on strictly by the fans. Will this strong showing of support for “Outlander” help the series get in at the Emmy Awards next year? Emmy voters, you better be paying attention! Click here for the full list of Critics’ Choice TV winners.

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It’s clear that fans and critics love the Starz fantasy epic, so why not the Emmys? In its first two seasons, “Outlander” has only been nominated for three technical Emmy noms: Best Music Composition (2015), Best Costumes (2016) and Best Production Design (2016). Perhaps the upcoming third season will do the trick with Emmy voters? Scroll through our photo gallery above highlighting the Top 10 “Outlander” Season 3 spoilers.

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At the Critics’ Choice Awards, “Outlander” took down other fan faves “Game of Thrones,” “Stranger Things,” “Catastrophe,” “Bates Motel” and “Mr. Robot” to claim the prize as Most Bingeworthy Show for the second year in a row. Series leads Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan were also nominated as Best Drama Actress and Best Drama Actor, but lost out to Evan Rachel Wood (“Westworld”) and Bob Odenkirk (“Better Call Saul”), respectively.

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