The 2016 Best Of TV Awards winner in the category of Best Writing - Supernatural
This years winner for best Writing is Supernatural. One of the few awards Supernatural had yet to win in the awards at some point was the Best Writing award. This year they have done so with over 50% of the vote, getting 565 votes.
Runner Up was the 1st year phenomenon Stranger Things with 97 votes.
Third was last years winner, Person of Interest with 89 votes.
Fourth was 2nd year hit Lucifer with 80 votes. Game Of Thrones came in 5th with 60 votes.
Daredevil was 6th with 43 votes. Once Upon A Time was 7th with 38 votes. Arrow, the 2014 winner, was 8th with 30 votes. The Blacklist was 9th with 26 votes. iZombie was 10th with 23 votes. Agents Of SHIELD finished 11th with 16 votes.
1st SUPERNATURAL 565
2nd STRANGER THINGS 97
3rd PERSON OF INTEREST 89
4th LUCIFER 80
5th GAME OF THRONES 60
6th DAREDEVIL 43
7th ONCE UPON A TIME 38
8th ARROW 30
9th THE BLACKLIST 26
10th IZOMBIE 23
11th AGENTS OF SHIELD 16
You can find ALL of this years winners HERE
You can find ALL the all-time winners HERE
The 2016 Best Of TV Awards Finals are on now, and here is the finalists for the categories of Best Director
Chris Fisher "Return 0" (Person of Interest) led a pretty sparsely voted on category with just 19 votes. Fisher also won for "If-Then-Else" from the same show last year. Fisher managed a 2nd nomination with "B.S.O.D" as well as part of a 3 way tie for 2nd in semi-final voting.
Norberto Barba "Beginning Of The End Part 2" (Grimm) & Shawn Levy "The Body" (Stranger Things) both make their first finals appearances, as well as the shows first finals appearances in the category tying for 2nd in the semi-finals with 17 votes as well. Philip Sgriccia "Alpha And Omega" (Supernatural) with 14 votes finished 5th in the semis, giving SPN 10 finals appearances in this category, and Sgriccia makes it his 2nd time, first since 2013.
Eagle Egilsson "Monster" (Lucifer) was 6th with 11 votes. garners his & the shows 1st finals appearance. Miguel Sapochnik "Battle Of The Bastards" (Game Of Thrones) & John Terlesky "The Director Conclusion" (The Blacklist) tied for 7th with 9 votes, boting making their 1st finals appearance, and the shows 2nd appearance in this category.
Chris Fisher "Return 0" (Person Of Interest) 19
Norberto Barba "Beginning Of The End Part 2" (Grimm) 17
Chris Fisher "B.S.O.D." (Person of Interest) 17
Shawn Levy "The Body" (Stranger Things) 17
Philip Sgriccia "Alpha Omega" (Supernatural) 14
Eagle Egilsson "Monster" (Lucifer) 11
Miguel Sapochnik "Battle Of The Bastards" (Game Of Thrones) 9
John Terlesky "The Director Conclusion" (The Blacklist) 9
JUST missing out
Peter Hoar "A Cold Day In Hells Kitchen" (Daredevil) 7
Lucy Liu "Turn It Upside Down" (Elementary) 7
Jack Bender "The Door" (Game Of Thrones) 7
David frazee "A Priest Walks Into A Bar" (Lucifer) 7
Paris Barclay "Pilot" (Pitch) 7
The 2016 Best Of TV Awards Finals are on now, and here is the finalists for the categories of Best Writing.
Person of Interest, the 2015 winner, led this years semi-finals with 244 votes as they look to become the first repeat winner in this categoy.
Supernatural garnered the 2nd most votes in the semis with 60 for their 3rd consecutive finals. Game Of Thrones was 3rd with 43 votes for their 3rd finals appearance. Stranger Things was 4th with 33 votes in their first year competing. The Blacklist was 5th with 27 votes for their 3rd finals appearance.
Lucifer finished 6th with 24 votes for their 1st finals appearance. Arrow, the 2014 winner, was 7th with 19 votes. Agents Of SHIELD in 8th with 15 votes for their 2nd finals. Daredevil & Once Upon A Time tie for 9th with 14, both getting their 2nd consecutive finals appearance, also tied for 9th was iZombie, making the finals for their 1st time in 2 attempts.
Person Of Interest 244
Game Of Thrones 43
Stranger Things 33
The Blacklist 27
Agents Of SHIELD 15
Once Upon A Time 14
JUST missing out
The Walking Dead 13
The Big Bang Theory 12
The 2015 Best Of TV Awards Winner for Best Writing is Person Of Interest.
This years winner for Best Writing is Person Of Interest, a show that was not even a finalist last year. The team, consisting of show creator Jonathan Nolan, as well as Denise The, Greg Plagerman, & many others managed to take this years award despite not being on the air for 1/2 of the year.
In 2nd was last years 3rd place finalist Castle. In 3rd was first time finalist in this category The 100. Last years 4th place finisher remained there this year, Supernatural, just ahead of 5th place finalist, last years Winner of this category Arrow.
Lost Girl dropped from 2nd to 6th this year, Hannibal dropped from 5th to 7th. Once Upon A Time finished 8th in its inaugural final in this category. The Blacklist creeped up 1 spot from 10th last year to 9th this year. Agents Of SHIELD made the finals for the 1st time in 10th.
Game Of Thrones in 11th was down 3 spots from last years 8th. Newcomer Daredevil finished 12th. The Big Bang Theory finished 13th, 1 spot below their 12th place finish a year before. The Walking Dead dropped 5 spots from 9th down to 14th this year. Newcomer Agent Carter was 15th. While Doctor Who slipped 5 spots from 11th to 16th this year.
Orange Is The New Black & the currently on hiatus Sherlock, were the only finalists last year not to make this years finals.
1st Person Of Interest 1,180
2nd Castle 773
3rd The 100 525
4th Supernatural 455
5th Arrow 448
6th Lost Girl 242
7th Hannibal 228
8th Once Upon A Time 157
9th The Blacklist 101
10th Agents Of SHIELD 90
11th Game Of Thrones 90
12th Daredevil 76
13th The Big Bang Theory 71
14th The Walking Dead 62
15th Agent Carter 61
16th Doctor Who 53
To see the winners for all categories, you can find them on the 2015 BOTVA page HERE or on the all-time Best OF TV Awards winners page here.
Best Of TV Awards 2015 - Round 2 Semi-Finals results & FINALISTS for Best Writing, Stunts & Talk Show Host
The 2015 Best Of TV Awards are about to start the Finals soon. The 6th annual BOTVA's are still closing out some polls for the run off round before we advance to the finals. We've already shattered the previous record for votes in the first round combined. With over 487,000 votes. The 2015 BOTVA's all time record of 575,000 votes in a year.
The Semi-Final rounds for Best Talk Show Host, Writing & Stunts categories took place a couple weeks ago.
Here are the complete results (BOLD nominees have qualified for the Finals)
Best Talk Show Host
ELLEN DEGENERES 475
JIMMY FALLON 304
JON STEWART 151
CONAN O'BRIEN 129
JOHN OLIVER 123
STEPHEN COLBERT 122
David Letterman 103 Trevor Noah 70
PERSON OF INTEREST 242
AGENTS OF SHIELD 184
THE 100 114
ONCE UPON A TIME 107
AGENT CARTER 101
LOST GIRL 87
THE BLACKLIST 84
THE BIG BANG THEORY 79
DOCTOR WHO 76
THE WALKING DEAD 72
GAME OF THRONES 71
How To Get Away With Murder 67 Orphan Black 65 Orange Is The New Black 53 iZombie 52 Mr. robot 38 The Goldbergs 31 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt 30 Modern Family 29 Better Call Saul 16 X Company 15
PERSON OF INTEREST 484
THE FLASH 276
AGENTS OF SHIELD 205
ONCE UPON A TIME 193
LOST GIRL 187
THE WALKING DEAD 158
GAME OF THRONES 152
HAWAII FIVE-0 124
Supernatural 94, Hannibal 78, Doctor Who 54, The Blacklist 40, The Player 25
The Best Talk Show Host category again looks like it will be dominated by Ellen Degeneres.. The only winner of this award in the 3 years of its existence seems poised to take it again. The two time runner up Jimmy Fallon finds himself finishing 2nd again to Ellen in this round. Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and Conan O'Brien all make the finals for a fourth time, along with John Oliver in his 2nd finals. Last years field had 8 finalists, this year only 6. Former 2X finalists David Letterman and Jimmy Kimmel both missed the finals with Kimmel not even making the semi-finals.
The Best Writing Category has most of the same shows that made the inagural awards final round last year. Only Orange Is The New Black and the currently inactive Sherlock did not make it back to this years finals. A few new shows to the finals made the finals this year. Person of Interest and Agents Of SHIELD were strong contenders, both finishing in the top 4 in the semi-finals.
Another pack of four newcomers to the finals followed not too much furtner behind, The 100, Once Upon A Time, Agent Carter & Daredevil all made the finals as well. Last years winner, Arrow, is back in the finals as the vote leader in the semi-finals, after a modest 5th place showing in the opening round. In a rare feat, Arrow actually increased its vote total from round 1 where there was no limit to voting, to round 2 where there was a 1 per voting restriction. the two opening round voting goliaths, hannibal & Person of Interest had somewhat different round 2 successes. While both qualified for the finals, POI managed to stick around in 2nd, while Hannibal fell back to 10th. last years runner up, Lost Girl also qualified, but barely, sneaking in down at 11th.
The Best Stunts Category also won by Arrow last year looks poised for a possible repeat performance this year. Much like the writing category, almost everyone from last year is back. Only Supernatural didnt make it back to the finals this year, being replaced by newcomer Daredevil. The difference between last year & this year seems to be who the contenders to Arrows title might be. Last years runner ups Lost Girl and the eliminated Supernatural dropped considerably this year, while two also rans in the finals last year Person Of Interest and The Flash find themselves going into the finals as the contenders.
The Final round of the 2015 Best Of TV Awards will be under way with some categories soon. Each voting round will last 3 to 6 days..
Voting, and a complete list of nominees in all categories can be found HERE
The Winner of the 2014 Best Of TV Award for Best Writing is.... Arrow
Congratulations on the inagural winner of the Best Writing award, Arrow. With 1,206 votes the show handily beat its competitors. Runner up was Lost Girl with 724 votes, in 3rd was Castle with 686. Both of which early on had the leads in voting before Arrow took over & never looked back.
The writing team for Arrow has many people on it, but the main writers are Marc Guggenheim, Greg Berlanti & Andrew Kreisberg.
In 4th was Supernatural, just ahead of Hannibal in 5th, another NBC show The Blacklist finished 10th. British shows made an impact on the list with Sherlock in 6th & Doctor Who in 11th. Netflix garnered a finalist, Orange Is The New Black was 7th. Cable giants HBO & AMC had their respective hits Game Of Thrones in 8th & The Walking Dead 9th on the list. The Big Bang Theory was the only network comedy to makethe finals finishing 12th.
1st ARROW (CW) 1,206
2nd LOST GIRL (Showcase) 724
3rd CASTLE (ABC) 686
4th Supernatural (CW) 555
5th Hannibal (NBC) 545
6th Sherlock (BBC One) 260
7th Orange Is The New Black (Netflix) 211
8th Game Of Thrones (HBO) 189
9th The Walking Dead (AMC) 144
10th The Blacklist (NBC) 130
11th Doctor Who (BBC One) 122
12th The Big Bang Theory (CBS) 118
The 2014 Best Of TV Awards Semi-Finals are now Closed. The Finals for the 5th annual BOTVA's will begin in early 2015.
But 1st we need candidates to compete in the finals.
The results below are for the categories of Best Stunts & Writing
Vote totals are in RED
Finalists are in BOLD TEXT
LOST GIRL 383
GAME OF THRONES 177
AGENTS OF SHIELD 139
THE BLACKLIST 103
DOCTOR WHO 101
THE FLASH 77
HAWAII FIVE-O 71
PERSON OF INTEREST 63
CHICAGO FIRE 53, GRIMM 49, NCIS 44, CONTINUUM 40, ALMOST HUMAN 27, PSYCH 26, THE TOMORROW PEOPLE 25, SAM & CAT 6
LOST GIRL 413
GAME OF THRONES 156
ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK 139
THE WALKING DEAD 119
DOCTOR WHO 100
THE BIG BANG THEORY 94
THE BLACKLIST 87
CRIMINAL MINS 78, HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER 71, PERSON OF INTEREST 68, THE KILLING 44, MURDOCH MYSTERIES 34, THE GOLDBERGS 25, REPUBLIC OF DOYLE 14
The two newest categories had the same semi-finals leader. Lost Girl goes into the finals as the favorite in Stunts ahead of Arrow in 2nd, Supernatural in 3rd and Game Of Thrones in 4th.
Best Writing also had Lost Girl lead the way in the semi-finals. Hannibal was close behind in 2nd, Castle 3rd, Supernatural 4th and Game Of Thrones, Sherlock & Arrow all tightly bunched in 5th thru 7th.
The Finals for these categories will take place in January 2015 HERE
Best Of TV Awards 2014 - Opening round results for Best Writing, Stunts, Talk Show Host. Sexiest Actor and Actress.
The 2014 Best Of TV Awards opening round is winding down as the last group of the record 27categories is currently being voted on by you, the fans HERE.
With 23 of the categories already wrapped... here is the results from several of the categories.
Best Writing, Stunts and Talk Show Host. As well as Sexiest Actor & Actress category results below.
Names BOLDED are moving on to the semi-finals which start next week. Just a reminder, the next 2 rounds is NOT unlimited voting & there is no more write in/nominations. If your favorite did not get selected in round 1, sorry. There was a month of nominations and a few days of voting to have nominated them enough to get in. Lots of originally non-nominated challengers are in the semi-finals. Write In Vote campaigns in Best Writing for Arrow, Lost Girl & Hannibal managed to get them onto the ballot mid-vote & qualified for the 2nd round. Lost Girl also got their stunt team into round 2 with a write in campaign. Tom hardy & Tom Hiddleston for sexiest actor, and Katrina Law for sexiest actress also qualified on the strength of write in campaigns.
Arrow 357, Lost Girl 267, Murdoch Mysteries 175, Supernatural 174, Orange Is The New Black 102, Game Of Thrones 99, The Goldbergs 87, Sherlock 75, Hannibal 74, Person Of Interest 70, Castle 65, The Big Bang Theory 62, The Walking Dead 59, Doctor Who 54, The Blacklist 54, Republic Of Doyle 47, How To Get Away With Murder 43, Criminal Minds 41, The Newsroom 34, Psych 31
The Killing 28, True Detective 27, American Horror Story 26, House Of Cards 19, Fargo 17, Continuum 12, Veep 10, Louie 8, Episodes 7, Mad Men 7, Orphan Black 6, Silicon Valley 4, Gotham 3, Brooklyn Nine-Nine 2, New Girl 2, 12 shows with 1 vote.
Supernatural 137, Arrow 136, Hawaii Five-O 132, Lost Girl 108, Game Of Thrones 103, Agents Of SHIELD 95, Doctor Who 53, The Flash 50, The Blacklist 47, NCIS 44, Person Of Interest 43, Sam & Cat 41, Psych 37, Chicago Fire 37, Continuum 36, Grimm 32, Almost Human 31, The Tomorrow People 30
Outlander 26, Brooklyn Nine-Nine 18, Community 14, Revolution 13, Blue Bloods 12, Legends 12, Shameless 9, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia 7, The 100 5, Castle 2, Scorpion 2, 5 shows tied with 1 vote.
Ellen DeGeneres 261, Jon Stewart 141, Jimmy Fallon 106, Stephen Colbert 68, John Oliver 52, Conan O'Brien 40, Jimmy Kimmel 38, Sharon Osbourne 36, David Letterman 32, Bill Maher 26, Seth Meyers 23
Sara Gilbert 17, Barbara Walters 13, David Steinberg 13, Craig Ferguson 11, Kelly Ripa 9, Steve Harvey 1
Jensen Ackles 201, Mads Mikkelsen 283, Nathan Fillion 184, Kris Holden-Ried 167, Chris Pine 141, Chris Colfer 128, Benedict Cumberbatch 104, Christian Kane 94, Stephen Amell 92, Jared Padalecki 91, Hugh Dancy 84, Misha Collins 77, Shemar Moore 76, Colin O'Donoghue 71, Norman Reedus 68, Tom Mison 67, Tom Hiddleston 67, Grant Gustin 66, Chris Pratt 63, Chris Evans 60, Jamie Dornan 59, Joel Kinnaman 58, Tom Hardy 58, Andrew Lincoln 57, Johnny Depp 57, Tom Riley 57, Josh Jackson 56, Yannick Bisson 56, Iam Somerhalder 55, Matt Smith 55, Henry Cavill 54, Colton Haynes 54, Neil Patrick Harris 54
Aaron Paul 44, Chris Hemsworth 42, Charlie Hunnam 40, Martin Freeman 40, Ryan Gosling 39, Alex O'Loughlin 37, Damian Lewis 37, Karl Urban 35, Scott Caan 35, Kit Harington 34, Robbie Amell 32, Tom Welling 31, Barry Sloane 29, Gabriel Mann 29, Jim Parsons 29, Luke Mitchell 29, Connor Paolo 28, Freddie Highmore 28, Jesse Spencer 28, Joshua Bowman 28, Matthew Gray Gubler 28, Rick Cosnett 28, Ryan Reynolds 28, Patrick Dempsey 28, Paul Wesley 27, Allan Hawco 26, Thomas Gibson 26, Travis Fimmel 26, George Eads 25, Joseph Morgan 25, Julian Morris 25, Ryan Kwanten 25, Jonny Harris 24, Thomas Craig 24, Dylan O'Brien 21, Gale Harold 19, Josh Dallas 14, John Barrowman 6, Sean Maguire 4, David Ramsey 3, Jim caviezel 3, Michael Weatherley 3, Max Adler 2, 20 nominees tied with 1.
Zoie Palmer 1647, Anna Silk 351, Stana Katic 161, Emily Bett Rickards 98, Jennifer Lawrence 88, Scarlett Johansson 82, Anna Torv 72, Jennifer Morrison 71, Helene Joy 66, Jenna Coleman 65, Kat Dennings 64, Molly Quinn 59, Alison Brie 57, Emily Kinney 56, Lana Parrilla 55, Jamie Chung 55, Jennifer Love Hewitt 54, Anna Faris 54, Melissa Rauch 54, Yvonne Strahovski 54, Aly Michalka 53, Erica Durance 48, Sarah Bolger 46, Georgina Reilly 43, Katrina Law 43
Emma Stone 36, Lea Michele 36, Lauren Cohan 35, Elizabeth Henstridge 34, Laura Vandervoort 33, AJ Cook 32, Phoebe Tonkin 32, Olivia Munn 31, Summer Glau 31, Chloe Bennet 29, Olivia Wilde 28, Emily VanCamp 27, Ashley Tisdale 26, Alaina Huffman 24, Kaley Cuoco 24, Katie Cassidy 23, Krystin Pellerin 23, Rachel Bilson 23, Sarah Carter 23, Ashley Benson 22, Lyndsy Fonseca 21, Nina Dobrev 21, Emily Rose 20, Gillian Jacobs 20, Kristin Kreuk 20, Allison Williams 19, Danielle Fishel 19, Caity Lotz 19, Malin Akerman 19, Margot Robbie 19, Minka Kelly 19, Lauren Graham 18, Paget Brewster 18, Katy Mixon 17, Missy Peregrym 17, Sarah Michelle Gellar 14, Ksenia Solo 13, Georgina Haig 13, Melissa Fumero 5, Rachel Nichols 5, Caroline Dhavernas 4, Zoe Saldana 3, Rachel Skarsten 3, Charlotte Ross 2, Nicole Beharie 2. 28 nominees tied at 1.
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