The 2018 Best Of TV Awards winner in the category of Best Action or Drama Program is - Scorpion (CBS).
This years winner for Best Action or Drama Program is Scorpion (CBS), with 134 votes. This was his 2nd consecutive Win in this category. This was his 2nd consecutive finals appearance.
Runner up is 2013 & 2014 Winner in this category & 2012 Best New Program Winner, Arrow (CW) with 95 votes in their 6th consecutive finals appearance (3rd, 2nd, 3rd, 1st, 1st).
Third, MacGyver (CBS) with 75 votes in their 1st finals appearance.
Fourth was This Is Us (NBC) with 49 votes in their 2nd consecutive finals appearance (6th). Fifth, The Blacklist (NBC) with 46 votes, in their 2nd consecutive finals, 4th total appearance (4th, 5th, 8th).
Sixth, is Hawaii Five-0 (CBS) with 42 votes in their 8th consecutive finals (4th, 4th, 9th, 10th, 7th, 6th, 8th). Seventh was the 2017 Best New Program Winner, The Good Doctor (ABC) with 35 votes in their 1st finals in this category. Eight, NCIS (CBS) in their 1st finals appearance. Ninth, is Criminal Minds (CBS) with 23 votes in their 9th consecutive finals appearance (7th, 3rd, 8th, 6th, 3rd, 5th, 2nd, 3rd). Tenth, NCIS Los Angeles with 14 votes in their first finals appearance.
1st SCORPION (CBS) 106
2nd ARROW (CW) 95
3rd MACGYVER (CBS) 75
4th This Is Us (NBC) 49
5th The Blacklist (NBC) 46
6th Hawaii Five-0 (CBS) 42
7th The Good Doctor (ABC) 35
8th NCIS (CBS) 33
9th Criminal Minds (CBS) 23
10th NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS) 14
Scorpion Winning total of 106 votes breaks the record for lowest winning total in this category, previous held by 2017 winner Sherlock. Their margin of victory of 11 also breaks the previous record for lowest margin of victory from 2016 Person Of Interest over Arrow by 15 votes.
To see all the 9th annual BOTVA winners this year HERE
To see all of the all time winners you can find them HERE
The 2017 Best Of TV Awards winner in the category of Best Action or Drama Program is - Sherlock (BBC)
This years winner for Best Action or Drama Program is Sherlock, giving them their 1st award in this category. Sherlock won with 131 votes. This was only the shows 2nd finals appearance, the last coming in 2014 when it finished 3rd. With a limited run every season, and seasons only coming every 2 years, it is a show many fans often forget about come voting time. Somehow, this year, it bucked that trend and won. With benedict Cumberbatch as the shows lead Sherlock Holmes, and Martin Freeman as John Watson, the show has constantly been an online favorite. But here, because of the time of year the awards go on, it never seems to have managed to get its appreciation here. Mark Gatiss, Louise Brealey, Una Stubbs, and Rupert graves fill out this shows cast. With Amanda Abbington, Lindsay Duncan, Sian Brooke & Andrew Scott as notable guest stars this season.
Runner Up was The Last Tycoon with 110 votes in its first finals appearance.
Third was 2013 & 2014 winner Arrow with 88 votes in its 5th consecutive finals appearance (2nd, 3rd, 1st, 1st)
Hawaii Five-O was in 4th with 62 votes in its 7th consecutive finals appearance (4th, 9th, 10th, 7th, 6th, 8th) . The Blacklist also finished 4th with 62 votes in its first finals appearance since 2015 & 3rd total (5th, 8th)
This Is Us was 6th with 57 votes in its first finals appearance. Criminal Minds was 7th with 51 votes in its 8th consecutive finals appearance (3rd, 8th, 6th, 3rd, 5th, 2nd, 3rd).
1st SHERLOCK (BBC) 131
2nd THE LAST TYCOON (AMAZON) 110
3rd ARROW (CW) 88
4th Hawaii Five-0 (CBS) 62
4th The Blacklist (NBC) 62
6th This Is Us (NBC) 57
7th Criminal Minds (CBS) 51
Sherlock becomes the first show to Win in any Program category that was a finalist in the past, but not a finalist the previous year. With 131 votes, Sherlock becomes the lowest vote total to win in this category, breaking last years record of 180 by Person of Interest. Sherlock wins the first award for BBC (BBC America, won an award in 2013 for Orphan Black). The Last tycoon becomes the first Show finalist for online streaming service Amazon.
To see all the 8th annual BOTVA winners this year HERE
To see all of the all time winners you can find them HERE
The 2016 Best Of TV Awards winner in the category of Best Action or Drama Program is - Person Of Interest (CBS)
This years winner for Best Action or Drama Program is Person of Interest, giving them their 2nd consecutive award in this category for their final year. Person Of Interest won with 180 votes.
Runner Up was the 2X winner Arrow with 165 votes.
Third was Criminal Minds with 92 votes.
Hawaii Five-0 was in 4th with 86 votes. Grey's Anatomy was 5th with 76 votes.
Agent Carter was 6th with 57 votes. How To Get Away With Murder was 7th with 56 votes. Daredevil was 8th with 46 votes.
1st PERSON OF INTEREST (CBS) 180
2nd ARROW (CW) 165
3rd CRIMINAL MINDS (CBS) 92
4th HAWAII FIVE-0 (CBS) 86
5th GREY'S ANATOMY (ABC) 76
6th AGENT CARTER (ABC) 57
7th HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER (ABC) 56
8th DAREDEVIL (NETFLIX) 46
You can find ALL of this years winners HERE
You can find ALL the all-time winners HERE
Best Of TV Awards 2016 - Semi-Final Results and FINALS list for Best Action or drama Program, Actress & Actor
The 2016 Best Of TV Awards Finals are on now, and here is the finalists for the categories of Best Action or Drama Actor
Jim Caviezel "Person of Interest" led the semi-final votes with 81 votes for his 4th finals appearance.
Stephen Amell "Arrow" with 67 votes came in 2nd in the semis for his 4th consecutive finals appearance. Michael Emerson "Person of Interest" was 3rd with 62 votes for his 3rd finals appearance. Kiefer Sutherland "Designated Survivor" was 4th with 52 votes for his first finals appearance. Alex O'Loughlin "Hawaii Five-0" was 5th with 50 votes for his 5th consecutive finals appearance.
Matthew Gray Gubler "Criminal Minds" was 6th with 45 votes for his 1st finals appearance since 2013 & his 3 total finals appearance. Kevin Chapman "Person of Interest" was 7th with 43 votes for his 2nd consecutive finals appearance. Charlie Cox "Daredevil" was 9th with 42 votes for his 2nd consecutive finals appearance. James Spader "The Blacklist" was 10th with 41 votes for his 4th consecutive finals appearance. nathan Fillion "Castle" the 3X winner 2015,2012,2011 finishd 11th with 39 votes for his 6th consecutive & final finals appearance for this show.
Best Action Or Drama Actor
Jim Caviezel "Person of Interest" 81
Stephen Amell "Arrow" 67
Michael Emerson "Person Of Interest" 62
Kiefer Sutherland "Designated Survivor" 52
Alex O'Loughlin "Hawaii Five-0" 50
Matthew Gray Gubler "Criminal Minds" 45
Kevin Chapman "Person Of Interest" 43
Charlie Cox "Daredevil" 42
James Spader "The Blacklist" 41
Nathan Fillion "Castle" 39
The 2016 Best Of TV Awards Finals are on now, and here is the finalists for the categories of Best Action or Drama Actress
Jessica Capshaw "Grey's Anatomy" leads the semi-finals with 115 votes, making the finals in her first ever nomination.
Amy Acker "Person of Interest", the 2015 Winner, was 2nd with 109 votes for her 4th consecutive finals appearance. Sarah Shahi "Person Of Interest" was 3rd with 68 votes for her 2nd consecutive finals appearance. Ellen Pompeo "Greys Anatomy" with 64 votes was 4th, for her 3rd finals appearance since & first since 2013. Emily Bett Rickards "Arrow" the 2014 winner, came in 5th in the semis with 63 votes for her 4th consecutive finals appearance.
Sara Ramirez "Grey's Anatomy" came in 6th with 55 votes for her 1st finals appearance. Hayley Atwell "Conviction" with 50 votes came in 7th for her 1st finals appearance. Stana Katic "Castle" the 3X winner fro 2011 to 2013, was 8th with 49 votes makes the finals for her 6th consecutive & final time with this show. Viola Davis "How To Get Away With Murder" came in 9th in the semis with 45 vtes for her 2nd consecutive finals appearance. Katie Cassidy "Arrow" with 43 votes came in 10th for her 3rd consecutive finals appearance. Grace Park "Hawaii Five-0" with 35 votes came in 11th for her 4th consecutive finals appearance.
Best Action or Drama Actress
Jessica Capshaw "Grey's Anatomy" 115
Amy Acker "Person of Interest" 109
Sarah Shahi "Person of Interest" 68
Ellen Pompeo "Grey's Anatomy" 64
Emily Bett Rickards "Arrow" 63
Sara Ramirez "Grey's Anatomy" 55
Hayley Atwell "Conviction" 50
Stana Katic "Castle" 49
Viola Davis "How To Get Away With Murder" 45
Katie Cassidy "Arrow" 43
Grace Park "Hawaii Five-0:" 35
The 2016 Best Of TV Awards Finals are on now, and here is the finalists for the categories of Best Action or Drama Program
Grey's Anatomy led the semi-finals vote with 129 votes. This is their 5th finals & their 1st since 2013, after 4 consecutive finals appearances.
Person Of Interest, the 2015 Winner, came in 2nd in the semis with 107 votes for their 5th consecutive & final finals appearance. Arrow the 2014 & 2013 winner came in 3rd with 66 votes for their 4th consecutive finals appearance. Agent Carter with 52 votes came in 4th for their 1st & final finals appearance in this category. Hawaii Five-0 was 5th with 44 votes for their 6th consecutive finals appearance.
How To Get Away With Murder was 6th with 43 votes for their 2nd consecutive finals appearance. Criminal Minds was 7th with 41 votes for their record 7th consecutive finals appearance. Daredevil was tied for 7th for their 1st finals appearance.
Best Action or Drama Program
Grey's Anatomy 129
Person of Interest 107
Agent Carter 52
Hawaii Five-0 44
How To Get Away With Murder 43
Criminal Minds 41
Voting for the Finals starts started. January 28, 2017 on some categories & goes till late February/early March.
You can Vote HERE
The Winner of the 2014 Best Of TV Award for Best Action Or Drama Program is.... Arrow (CW)
Last year Arrow beat the defending two time champion Castle to win the honour, it was a mild upset. This year, Arrow returns to the top and it seemed like a foregone conclussion through much of the voting. With this win, Arrow nabs 9 Awards this year. While the show spent much of 2014 killing off characters close to the shows lead character Oiliver Queen, the shows fans have become a nearly unstoppable force on these awards. With 2587 votes, the show sets a new categorry record for most votes, and largest margin of victory 1,499 over runner up 2011 & 2012 winner Castle with 1088 votes. In 3rd is Sherlock in its 1st finals with 772 votes.
In 4th was Covert Affairs with 531 votes in the shows 1st & seemingly only finals appearance on news that it has been canceled. In 5th is Person Of Interest with 358 votes. In 6th Criminal Minds, the only show to be in all 5 finals for the category, down from 3rd last year. In 7th this year is Hannibal in its first finals appearance. In 8th is The Blacklist in its 1st year of eligibility after finishing 6th in the new program category last year. In 9th is Murdoch Mysteries, the 1st ever show to make the finals for Canadian station CBC. In 10th is Hawaii Five-O, down from 7th & arking the shows worst finish in the category in its 4 years in the finals.
1st ARROW (CW) 2587
2nd CASTLE (ABC) 1088
3rd SHERLOCK (BBC One) 772
4th Covert Affairs (USA) 531
5th Person of Interest (CBS) 358
6th Criminal Minds (CBS) 333
7th Hannibal (NBC) 238
8th The Blacklist (NBC) 206
9th Murdoch Mysteries (CBC) 160
10th Hawaii Five-O (CBS) 115
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 Action or Drama Actor, Actress & Program
Best Action or Drama Actor
STEPHEN AMELL (Arrow) 633
CHRISTOPHER GORHAM (Covert Affairs) 403
JOHN BARROWMAN (Arrow) 399
MADS MIKKELSEN (Hannibal) 390
NATHAN FILLION (Castle) 361
ALEX O'LOUGHLIN 228 (Hawaii Five-O) 228
HUGH DANCY (Hannibal) 199
PAUL BLACKTHORNE(Arrow) 189
COLTON HAYNES (Arrow) 187
YANNICK BISSON (Murdoch Mysteries) 177
JAMES SPADER (The Blacklist) 150
BEN MCKENZIE (Gotham) 137
JON HUERTAS (Castle) 126, JOHNNY LEE MILLER (Elementary) 119, MATTHEW GRAY GUBLER (Criminal Minds) 116, JIM CAVIEZEL (Person Of Interest) 115, SHEMAR MOORE (Criminal Minds) 112, DAVID TENNANT (Gracepoint) 102, PATRICK DEMPSEY (Grey's Anatomy) 96, ALLAN HAWCO (Republic Of Doyle) 50
Best Action or Drama Actress
EMILY BETT RICKARDS (Arrow) 648
STANA KATIC (Castle) 376
SUSANNA THOMPSON (Arrow) 254
CAITY LOTZ (Arrow) 178
WILLA HOLLAND (Arrow) 174
LUCY LIU (Elementary) 173
PAULEY PERRETTE (NCIS) 168
GRACE PARK (Hawaii Five-O) 165
MAGGIE SMITH (Downton Abbey) 154
HELENE JOY (Murdoch Mysteries) 144
AMY ACKER (Person Of Interest) 136
KATIE CASSIDY (Arrow) 133
MOLLY QUINN (Castle) 128, MARISKA HARTIGAY "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) 117, MEGAN BOONE (The Blacklist) 107, ELLEN POMPEO (Grey's Anatomy) 99, KERRY WASHINGTON (Scandal) 93, VERA FARMIGA (Bates Motel) 90, GEORGINA REILLY (Murdoch Mysteries) 67, ERICA DURANCE (Saving Hope) 54, KRYSTIN PELLERIN (Republic Of Doyle) 37, MONICA POTTER (Parenthood) 35
Best Action or Drama Program
COVERT AFFAIRS 344
HAWAII FIVE-O 234
MURDOCH MYSTERIES 173
CRIMINAL MINDS 157
PERSON OF INTEREST 154
THE BLACKLIST 150
ELEMENTARY 129, RIZZOLI & ISLES 126, GREY'S ANATOMY 105, THE MENTALIST 90, DOWNTON ABBEY 81, CHICAGO FIRE 74, REVENGE 72, THE NEWSROOM 68, REPUBLIC OF DOYLE 51, PARENTHOOD 45, THE KILLING 43
The Best Action or Drama actor category had 1 of the few notable upsets of recent memory last year when secondary star John barrowman of Arrow beat out his own shows lead, and the defending 2 time winner Nathan Fillion from Castle to take the award. This year, those same top 3 finalists from last year are back & in the serious mix for this years honour. Joining them are 1st time finalist Christopher Gorham from Covert Affairs who finished 2nd to Stephen Amell from Arrow for the semi-final vote, and Mads Mikkelsen from hannibal, who finished 4th, a spot higher than he finished in the finals of last years vote. While the top 5 from last year all made the finals this year, the bottom half of last years top 10 was not so lucky, only 7th place James Spader from The Blacklist & 10th place Hugh Dancy from hannibal is returning. Ousted were Johnny Lee Miller of Elementary, Matthew Gray Gubler from Criminal Minds and Jim Caviezel from Person of Interest. New to the party besides Gorham are, Paul Blackthorne and Colton Haynes from Arrow, giving them FOUR finalists. Yannick Bisson from Murdoch Mysteries, and Ben McKenzie from the rookie drama Gotham.
The Best Action Or Drama Actress category has been the "Stana Katic Award" since its inception in 2011 as the actress from Castle has won all 3 times, making her the only actor or actress to win her award every year since its existence. But this year, it might not go her way if Emily Bett Rickards from Arrow has any say in it. The leading vote getting in the semi-finals had more than Katic & 3rd place fellow Arrow cast member Susanna Thompson combined. Three more Arrow cast made the finals with Caity Lotz in 4th, Willa Holland in 5th & Katie Cassidy in 12th, giving Arrow FIVE finalists. Surely vote splitting will be a major concern for the finalists there, giving Katic a bit of a chance still as she was the only finalist from Castle with Molly Quinn just missing out by 5 votes. Despite the seemingly lopsided rrow & Stana Katic race, there are other contenders. Lucy Liu from Elementary finished 3rd last year in the finals to Katic & Rickards, and comes in this year in 6th in the semi-finals. Amy Acker of Person Of Interest was also a finalist last year, finishing 5th and narrowly made it in this year in 11th. Grace Park finished 6th last year & finished 8th in this years semi-finals. Other newcomers besides the 4 newcomers from Arrow include Pauley Perrette from NCIS, Maggie Smith from Downton Abbey and Helene Joy from Murdoch Mysteries. Two finalists from last year Ellen Pompeo from Grey's Anatomy & Kerry Washington from Scandal failed to make the finals this year, along with Celina Jade from Arrow & Taraji P. Henson from Person Of Interest who are no longer eligible.
The Best Action or Drama Program category will again look like a fight between the defending champion Arrow & the former 2 time champion Castle. Perennial contender Criminal Minds finished 3rd last year and finished 8th in the semi-final voting to make it 5 consecutive years in the finals, the ONLY Drama to have done so. Last years New Program runner up Hannibal finished 3rd in the semi-final vote, cementing itself as a contender this year. In 4th is 1st time finalist Covert Affairs. Joining Covert Affairs on the 1st time finalist list is Sherlock, Murdoch Mysteries & The Blacklist. Only 5 of last years finalists made it to the finals this year. Missing the mark this time were retired Breaking Bad, along with Rookie Blue, Elementary, Grey's Anatomy & The Mentalist.
The Finals for these categories will take place in January 2015 HERE
Best Of TV Awards 2014 Opening round results - Best Action or Drama Program. Actor. Actress. Sci-Fi or Fantasy Program. Actor. Actress. Plus some vote stats.
The 2014 Best Of TV Awards opening round has closed on all 27 categories. The Semi-finals have already opened in some categories. Voting will will be taking place by you the fans HERE.
With all of the categories now wrapped for round 1, here is the results from several of the categories.
Best Action or Draama Program, Actor & Actress. Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Program, Actor & Actress.
Names BOLDED are moving on to the semi-finals which start this 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 campaign in Best Action or Drama Actor for Christopher Gorham of "Covert Affairs", Best Action or Drama Actress for Molly Quinn "Castle", Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Actress for Tracy Siradakos "Revolution" & Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Program for Revolution all earned them spots on the ballot after voting began, and spots in the semi-finals.
ACTION OR DRAMA PROGRAM
Arrow 801, Murdoch Mysteries 776, Covert Affairs 273, Castle 244, Hannibal 142, Sherlock 122, Criminal Minds 109, Person Of Interest 107, Greys Anatomy 106, The Blacklist 84, Hawaii five-O 82, Rizzoli & Isles 77, Republic Of Doyle 69, Elementary 68, Downton Abbey 51, Parenthood 51, Chicago Fire 45, The Mentalist 44, The Newsroom 42, Revenge 41, The Killing 41
White Collar 36, Bates Motel 34, Motive 34, Suits 30, Rookie Blue 28, True Detective 26, House Of cards 21, Saving Hope 21, Sons Of Anarchy 18, Mad Men 17, Transporter: The Series 16, Major Crimes 12, perception 11, Alpha House 8, NCIS 2, Scandal 2
ACTION OR DRAMA ACTOR
Yannick Bisson "Murdoch Mysteries" 1385, Stephen Amell "Arrow" 638, Christopher Gorham "Covert Affairs" 587, John Barrowman "Arrow" 498, Hugh Dancy "Hannibal" 282, Nathan Fillion "Castle" 239, Mads Mikkelsen "Hannibal" 180, Colton Haynes "Arrow" 141, Paul Blackthorne "Arrow" 136, David Tennant "Gracepoint" 111, Shemar Moore "Hawaii Five-O" 90, Alex O'Loughlin "Hawaii Five-O" 90, James Spader "The Blacklist" 88, Patrick Dempsey "Greys Anatomy" 82, Matthew gray Gubler "Criminal Minds" 79, Jon Huertas "Castle" 71, Allan Hawco "Republic Of Doyle" 64, Jonny Lee Miller "Elementary" 62, Ben McKenzie "Gotham" 62, Jim Caviezel "Person of Interest" 61
Michael Emerson "Person of Interest" 56, Mark Harmon "NCIS" 53, Scott Caan "Hawaii Five-O" 50, Matthew McConaughey "True Detective" 39, Martin Freeman "Fargo" 38, Thomas Gibson "Criminal Minds 38, Michael Shanks "Saving Hope" 37, Diego Klattenhoff "The Blacklist" 36, Jesse Spencer "Chicago Fire" 32, Kevin Chapman "Person of Interest" 32, Mandy Patinkin "Homeland" 28, Woody Harrelson "True Detective" 26, Charlie Hunnam "Sons Of Anarcy" 22, Kevin Spacey "House Of cards" 21, Kevin Bacon "The fllowing" 20, Joe Morton "Scandal" 18, Michael Sheen "Masters Of Sex" 16, Colin hanks "Fargo" 14, Live Schrieber "Ray Donovan" 13, Jim Carter "Downton Abbey" 13, Billy Bob Thornton "Fargo" 13, Jon Hamm "Mad Men" 13, Josh Charles "The good Wife" 12, Jon Vight "Ray Donovan" 8, Tony Denison "Major Crimes" 2, Seamus Dever "Castle" 2, 3 actors with 1 vote.
ACTION OR DRAMA ACTRESS
Emily Bett Rickards "Arrow" 934, Helene Joy "Murdoch Mysteries" 520, Georgina Reilly "Murdoch Mysteries" 397, Susanna Thompson "Arrow" 252, Stana Katic "Castle' 233, Willa Holland "Arrow" 191, Caity Lotz "Arrow" 167, Krystin Pellerin "Republic Of Doyle" 161, Ellen Pompeo "Greys Anatomy" 102, Katie Cassidy "Arrow" 97, Amy Acker "Person of Interest" 94, Monica Potter "Parenthood" 68, Pauley Perrette "NCIS" 65, Grace Park "Hawaii Five-O" 61, Lucy Liu "Elementary" 60, Megan Boone "The Blacklist" 59, Maggie Smith "Downton Abbey" 54, Molly Quinn "Castle" 49, Mariska Hartigay "Law & Order SVU" 44, Erica Durance "Saving Hope" 44, Kerry Washington "Scandal" 42, Vera Farmiga "Bates Motel" 41
Sandra Oh "Greys Anatomy" 34, Julianna Margulies "The Good Wife" 32, Clare Danes "Homeland" 29, Joanne Froggatt "Downton Abbey" 24, Michelle Dockery "Downton Abbey" 19, Christine Baranski "The good Wife" 18, Allison Tolman "Fargo" 17, Robin Wright "House of Cards" 17, Christina Hendricks "Mad Men" 16, Lizzie Caplan "Masters Of Sex" 15, Hayden Panettiere "Nashville" 15, Sarah Shahi "Person Of Interest" 15, Piper Perabo "Covert Affairs" 11, Kari Matchett "Covert Affairs" 6, Susan Sullivan "Castle" 2, 5 actresses with 1 vote.
SCI-FI OR FANTASY PROGRAM
Lost Girl 852, Once Upon A Time 413, Supernatural 399, The Walking Dead 368, Revolution 167, Haven 143, Orphan Black 130, Doctor Who 113, Game Of Thrones 107, Agents Of SHIELD 100, Continuum 87, Sleepy Hollow 66, American Horror Story 55, Grimm 44, Witches Of East End 41, Under The Dome 32, Defiance 31, Falling Skies 30, The Vampire Diaries 30
Almost Human 27, The Originals 26, True Blood 26, Beauty And the Beast 22, The tomorrow People 22
SCI-FI OR FANTASY ACTOR
Jensen Ackles "Supernatural" 956, Norman Reedus "The Walking Dead" 444, Robert Carlyle "Once Upon A Time" 399, Andrew Lincoln "The Walking Dead" 250, Billy Burke "Revolution" 239, Misha Collins "Supernatural" 168, Eric Balfour "Haven" 165, Sean Maguire "Once Upon A Time" 147, Colin O'Donoghue "Once Upon A Time" 147, Peter Dinklage "Game Of Thrones" 108, Josh Dallas "Once Upon A Time" 99, Peter Capaldi "Doctor Who" 95, Clark Gregg "Agents Of SHIELD" 91, Tom Mison "Sleepy Hollow" 77, Jared Padalecki "Supernatural" 69, Iain De Caestecker "Agents Of SHIELD' 61, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau "Game Of Thrones" 57, Grant Gustin "The flash" 51, Roger Cross "Continuum" 49, Victor Webster "Continuum" 47
John Noble "Sleepy Hollow" 42, Ian Somerhalder "The Vampire Diaries" 41, Stephen Lobo "Continuum" 40, Jesse L. martin "The Flash" 37, Rick Cosnett "The Flash" 28, Drew Roy "Falling Skies" 27, Seth Gabel "Salem" 20, David Lyons "Revolution" 12, Mark Sheppard "Supernatural" 10, Lucas Bryant "Haven" 7, Sam Heughan "Outlander" 3, Silas Weir Mitchell "Grimm" 2, PauL Wesley "The Vampire Diaries" 2, Jay Ryan "Beauty and The Beast" 2, 4 actors with 1 vote.
SCI-FI OR FANTASY ACTRESS
Melissa McBride "The Walking Dead" 669, Lana Parrilla "Once Upon A Time" 593, Tatiana Maslany "Orphan Black" 233, Emily Rose "Haven" 153, Elizabeth Mitchell "Once Upon A Time" 150, Danai Gurira "The Walking Dead" 134, Emilie de Ravin "Once Upon A Time" 126, Ming Na-Wen "Agents Of SHIELD" 114, Jennifer Morrison "Once Upon A Time" 103, Lauren Cohan "The Walking Dead" 94, Tracy Spiradakos "Revolution" 92, Lena Headey "Game Of Thrones" 90, Rebecca Mader "Once Upon A Time" 82, Jenna Coleman "Doctor Who" 79, Elizabeth Henstridge "Agents Of SHIELD" 74, Rachel Nichols "Continuum" 74, Ginnifer Goodwin "Once Upon A Time" 70, Lexa Doig "Continuum" 68, Chloe Bennet "Agents Of SHIELD" 65, Emilia Clarke "Game Of Thrones" 65, Georgina Haig "Once Upon A Time" 63
Luvia Petersen "Continuum" 42, Kristin Kreuk "Beauty & The Beast" 36, Julie Benz "Defiance" 36, Janet Montgomery "Salem" 25, Emily Kinney "The Walking Dead" 17, Kathy Bates "American Horror Story" 15, Jessica Lange "American Horror Story" 12, Nicole Beharie "Sleepy Hollow" 9, Sarah Paulson "American Horror Story" 8, Angela Basset "American Horror Story" 7, 6 actresses with 1 vote.
The opening round generated 94,550 total votes. Of those, 5,081 were write-in votes. Unfortunately, only 2,299 were valid write in votes. Leaving 2,782 failed write in votes. More sad, this is not even the worst year percentage wise of ineligible write in votes.
As some of you who follow me on twitter, facebook, tumblr or right here on this site know, I have warned many people this year about writing in nominees in categories they either A- are already nominated in, or B- are not eligible for.
As you have surely noticed on prior results posted. Votes for write in votes of already nominated challengers were taken off their total in the round 1 results.
HOWEVER, as we all know, when you add up the write in votes, and the votes shown for write in votes...they don't even come close to adding up. This is where the write in votes for people, or shows NOT eligible in a category come in. I have tabulated a SUBSTANTIAL list of them over the 27 categories.
As I said repeatedly, doing this would lead to penalties. This year, I have decided the best way to do this is to take votes against a person/character and add them all up, divide them by all the categories they are eligible for round 2 in. So say "Person A" had 72 bad votes, and are eligible in 3 categories, they would have 24 votes against them in each category to be taken off.
How this will be done is, this round, 75% of those votes will be taken off. 18, per category. If the person still makes the finals in all 3 categories, the other 25% will be taken out there, costing them 6 votes each category there. If they only make it in 1 category, all the left over votes will go into the 1 category then, meaning 18 votes will be lost by person A in that category in the finals. If they don't make any finals, then the penalties just vanish since the person whose fans made the incorrect votes was eliminated.
I saw several "whats it matter, its not hurting anyone" comments. Which I suppose is technically right. I mean I wasn't physically harmed (as far as I know) from counting all the excess votes. HOWEVER, my TIME and patience were wasted to add them all up. Each write in vote has to be added up manually because of the countless spelling and punctuation varieties fans came up with for some of them. For 3 years I have warned fans thru the various social media platforms, as well as on here, this COULD happen....and several fanbases chose to ignore the statements. Thus why this year, those votes WILL be collected off the totals. Perhaps NEXT YEAR, certain fan bases will read things more thoroughly.
I did NOT keep track of anyone with less than 3 votes, as about 20% of the nominees had at least 1 against them.... and that's a LOT of people to track. Only the more frequent offenders were catalogued.
1280 - Zoie Palmer/Lauren Lewis (5 selections)
441 - Emmanuelle Vaugier/Evony the Morrigan (1 selection)
71 - Anna Silk/Bo Dennis (4 selections)
46 - Ksenia Solo/Kenzi (3 selections)
27 - Kris Holden-Ried (3 selections)
9 - Lana Parrilla/Evil Queen (3 selections)
7 - Melissa McBride/Carol Peletier (2 selection)
7- Norman Reedus/Daryl Dixon (3 selections)
6 - Emily Bett Rickards/Felicity Smoak (5 selections)
6- Chandler Riggs/Carl Grimes (1 selection)
5- James Roday/Shawn Spencer (3 selections)
4- John Barrowman/Malcolm Merlyn (2 selections)
3- Stephen Amell/Oliver Queen (4 selections)
3- Christopher Gormham/Auggie Anderson (1 selection)
50 - Lost girl (9 selections)
8 - Once Upon A Time (4 selections)
7- The Walking Dead (6 selections)
6- Supernatural (11 selections)
4- Murdoch Mysteries (5 selections)
3- Orphan Black (2 selections)
3- Outlander (1 selection)
3- The 100 (1 selection)
The largest vote total for a candidate in round 1 was - 4,996 for Dr. Lauren Lewis & Bo Dennis "Lost Girl" in Best Couple.
The smallest vote total of a qualifier for the semi-finals was - 22 Greg Mottola "Run" (The Newsroom) in Best Director
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