February 25, 2014 at 10:15 pm #310935
Best Network Television Series Release:
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Under the Dome
Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series:
American Horror Story: Coven
The Walking Dead
Best Television Presentation of a Limited Run Series:
Game of Thrones
Best Youth-Oriented Television Series:
Pretty Little Liars
The Tomorrow People
The Vampire Diaries
Best Actor in a Television Series:
Kevin Bacon -The Following
Bryan Cranston – Breaking Bad
Freddie Highmore – Bates Motel
Mads Mikkelsen – Hannibal
James Spader – The Blacklist
Noah Wyle – Falling Skies
Best Actress in a Television Series:
Jennifer Carpenter – Dexter
Vera Farmiga – Bates Motel
Anna Gunn – Breaking Bad
Jessica Lange – American Horror Story: Coven
Rachel Nichols – Continuum
Keri Russell – The Americans
Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series:
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau – Game of Thrones
Erik Knudsen – Continuum
David Lyons – Revolution
Dean Norris – Under the Dome
Aaron Paul – Breaking Bad
James Purefoy – The Following
Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series:
Kathy Bates – American Horror Story: Coven
Sarah Carter – Falling Skies
Gwendoline Christie – Game of Thrones
Michelle Fairley – Game of Thrones
Melissa McBride – The Walking Dead
Elizabeth Mitchell – Revolution
Best Guest Star in a Television Series:
Stephen Collins – Falling Skies
Robert Forster – Breaking Bad
Danny Huston – American Horror Story: Coven
David Morrissey – The Walking Dead
Charlotte Rampling – Dexter
Gina Torres – Hannibal
Best Performance by a Younger Actor in a Television Series:
Colin Ford – Under the Dome
Jared Gilmore – Once Upon a Time
Jack Gleeson – Game of Thrones
Connor Jessup – Falling Skies
Chandler Riggs – The Walking DeadFebruary 25, 2014 at 10:25 pm #310937
The first awards love for Hannibal. Mads ftw.
What’s the difference between Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series and Best Television Presentation of a Limited Run Series? There’s basic and pay cable shows in both.February 25, 2014 at 10:31 pm #310938
The first awards love for Hannibal. Mads ftw.
What’s the difference between Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series and Best Television Presentation of a Limited Run Series? There’s basic and pay cable shows in both.
10 episodes or less was the explanation last year for TV Presentation…February 25, 2014 at 11:05 pm #310939
Interesting GoT noms.Riley (the normal one, not the one who won the predictions contest)ParticipantFebruary 25, 2014 at 11:30 pm #310940
The official website says that “Breaking Bad, Falling Skies and Game of Thrones lead on TV in an epic year for science fiction, fantasy and horror”, but I see that PaulHan has made an edit for this thread. That page also notes that four other series had higher nomination tallies than Continuum.
These nominations are all over the place, so it is hard to support or oppose them.
At least Hannibal is now award-nominated.February 25, 2014 at 11:46 pm #310941
Where’s Tatiana Maslany?Riley (the normal one, not the one who won the predictions contest)ParticipantFebruary 26, 2014 at 12:51 am #310942
Woah, no Orphan Black either! Huge snubs! This would have been a great place to honour supporting actor Jordan Gavaris as well.February 26, 2014 at 6:21 am #310943
Interesting nominations. Thank you for posting them.
Jennifer Carpenter is now in lead while Anna Gunn was lead, supporting and is now back in lead.
The “Orphan Black” snubs are truly shocking. That show is practically made for the Saturn Awards.
They seem to like “Game of Thrones” but unless I’m mistaken, they’ve never nominated Peter Dinklage and Emilia Clarke which is quite surprising. I wonder why they are so resistant when these performers have gained recognition elsewhere.February 26, 2014 at 8:08 am #310944
“The official website says that “Breaking Bad, Falling Skies and Game of Thrones lead on TV in an epic year for science fiction, fantasy and horror”, but I see that PaulHan has made an edit for this thread. That page also notes that four other series had higher nomination tallies than Continuum.”
That’s what I expected as soon as I saw the thread title. I guess it’s kinda like what Christian Siriano said on Project Runway: ““I’m kind of a big deal, and I’m kind of a celebrity… in my own head“.February 26, 2014 at 10:18 am #310945
Yeah not sure how Continuum leads the pack when it only received 3 nominations. Here are the ACTUAL nomination totals:
Breaking Bad – 5
Falling Skies – 5
Game of Thrones – 5
American Horror Story: Coven – 4
The Walking Dead – 4
Bates Motel – 3
Continuum – 3
The Following – 3
Hannibal – 3
Revolution – 3
Under the Dome – 3
The Americans – 2
The Blacklist – 2
Dexter – 2February 26, 2014 at 11:58 am #310946
My thread, and my preference. This more than makes up for the Canadian Screen Awards fiasco, with Continuum getting only 2 notices while Orphan Black got 14. The Saturns obviously think Maslany’s role is a gimmick as well. Good nominees all around, and if this doesn’t convince you Continuum is worth your time, you’re just too closed-minded as I’ve been accused of over the years. Vindication for the cast and crew of the best show you’re not watching.February 26, 2014 at 1:01 pm #310947
Paul come back to me when Continuum gets nominations from a MAJOR award show.
And, no, the Saturn Awards are not a major awards show.February 26, 2014 at 1:11 pm #310948
So what you’re saying is even though the Canadians gave Orphan Black 7x more noms than Continuum, it’s still an undeniable fact that if the Emmys weren’t…racist? country-ist?…against Canadians, Continuum would be racking up the Emmy noms? Interesting…mindset.February 26, 2014 at 1:13 pm #310949
Nice false title.February 26, 2014 at 4:53 pm #310950
The CSA’s clearly favored shows that were filmed in the eastern part of Canada, Toronto and Ottawa, specifically. That’s not up for debate. When British Columbia’s 2 most popular series, Continuum and CBC’s Arctic Air get a combined 30 nominations between them at last year’s Leo Awards (16 & 14 respectively), yet only receive 2 at the CSA’s, what further proof do you need? That’s a 15-1 ratio, if you want dueling ratios.
And to get 3 nominations, despite near-zero acknowledgement from U.S. tv critics of its very existence (nothing on Metacritic or RT), proves the Saturns are the real deal. They WERE paying attention. They saw Nichols put on an acting clinic with her searing performance in Second Opinion, IMO the single best lead actress one-episode showcase on American TV this season. And then topped it with the 2nd season finale, Second Time. Getting there was the hard part. Anything else after this is gravy.
Upon fuirther review, about the only misstep they had was Dexter; most of this forum and elsewhere said season 8 was the worst the show’s ever had. Its goodwill throughout the years carried them to those 2 noms.
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