The Winner of the 2014 Best Of TV Award for Best Guest Star is.... Osric Chau "Supernatural"
For the 3rd consecutive year a Supernatural Guest Star wins this award. Osric Chau, the 2013 Recurring Actor Award winner nabs the 2014 honour for Best Guest Star. Only a 31 vote margin of victory over another SPN familiar face, Kim Rhodes in 2nd, Rhodes held the lead several times as her and Chau leapfrogged each other a few times in the last 3 days before Chau took enough of a lead to not be caught. This is the smallest margin of victory in this category to date. In 3rd was "Agent Of SHIELD" guest Star Lucy Lawless.
Another Supernatural guest star, Rob Benedict nabbed 4th ahead of Person of Interest guest star Winston Duke in 5th, Duke held the lead for much of the 1st two days of voting before slowing down considerably. Shockingly, considering the dominance she has had in all her other categories so far this year, Emily Bett Rickards finished a mediocre 6th in the guest star category for her spot on "The Flash" just ahead of Stephen Amell for the same episode. In 8th was "Once Upon A Time" guest star Rose McGowanjust ahead of 9th place Cliff Simon from "Castle" and rounding out the top 10 was a rare 3 way tie with Colin O'Donnell "Arrow", Hugh Dillon "Continuum" & Bob Newhart "The Big Bang Theory" all tying for the spot.
Deon Richmond "Psych" nabbed 13th ahead of Natalie Dormer "Elementary" in 14th. Grant Gustin "Arrow" took 15th ahead of Robert Knepper 16th, Michael Rowe 17th & Charlotte Ross back in 18th also all from "Arrow.
1st OSRIC CHAU "Supernatural" 433
2nd KIM RHODES "Supernatural" 402
3rd LUCY LAWLESS "Agents Of SHIELD" 304
4th Rob Benedict "Supernatural" 259
5th Winston Duke "Person of Interest" 224
6th Emily Bett Rickards "The Flash" 194
7th Stephen Amell "The Flash" 103
8th Rose McGowan "Once Upon A Time" 87
9th Cliff Simon "Castle" 82
10th (tie) Colin Donnell "Arrow" 79
10th (tie) Hugh Dillon "Continuum" 79
10th (10th) Bob Newhart "The Big Bang Theory" 79
13th Deon Richmond "Psych" 65
14th Natalie Dormer "Elementary" 63
15th Grant Gustin "Arrow" 58
16th Robert Knepper "Arrow" 55
17th Michael Rowe "Arrow" 41
18th Charlotte Ross "Arrow" 29
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 New Program & Best Guest Star
Vote totals are in RED TEXT
Finalists are in BOLD TEXT
Best New Program
THE FLASH 154
HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER 54
THE 100 31
TRUE DETECTIVE 25
SALEM 16, THE LAST SHIP 15, JANE THE VIRGIN 14, BLACK-ISH 10, GRACEPOINT 9, LEGENDS 6
Best Guest Star
EMILY BETT RICKARDS (The Flash) 145
GRANT GUSTIN (Arrow) 94
STEPHEN AMELL (The Flash) 88
CHARLOTTE ROSS (Arrow) 64
ROBERT KNEPPER (Arrow) 63
WINSTON DUKE (Person Of Interest) 50
COLIN DONNELL (Arrow) 42
OSRIC CHAU (Supernatural) 37
KIM RHODES (Supernatural) 32
ROB BENEDICT (Supernatural) 30
NATALIE DORMER (Elementary) 28
ROSE MCGOWAN (Once Upon A Time) 28
DEON RICHMOND (Psych) 28
MICHAEL ROWE (Arrow) 27
HUGH DILLON (Continuum) 27
BOB NEWHART (The Big Bang Theory) 27
CLIFF SIMON (Castle) 26
LUCY LAWLESS (Agents OF SHIELD) 25
SAMUEL L. JACKSON (Agents Of SHIELD) 21, DAN STARKEY (Doctor Who) 19, PAUL REUBENS (The Blacklist) 18, CARY ELWES (Psych) 17, NICK FROST (Doctor Who) 16, QUINN SHEPPARD (Person Of Interest) 16, JAMES MARSTERS (Hawaii Five-O) 16, DJ QUALLS (Supernatural) 16, NINA DOBREV (The Originals) 16, HAYLEY ATWELL (Agents Of SHIELD) 15, KACEY ROHL (Hannibal) 14, BILLY ZANE (Psych) 14, ALEXANDRA DADDARIO (New Girl) 12
The New Program category looks like an all but foregone conclussion with The Flash getting nearly as many votes as 2nd thru 5th combined had. It should also be noted that finalist Outlander led the opening round, and has won several other online polls in the last year of note. Despite their mediocre finish in the semi-finals heare, a win cant be ruled out for this internet phenomenon. Of course How To Get Away With Murder & Gotham will also do their best to rally more fans for the finals.
The Finals for these categories will take place in January 2015 HERE
Best Of TV Awards 2013 - Best Recurring Actor Winner - OSRIC CHAU "Supernatural"
The Best Of TV Awards 2013 winner in the category of Best Recurring Actor is Osric Chau "Supernatural".
Just like the ladies of Supernatural, the recurring men have dominated this category. Winning the 3rd consecutive Best recurring actor (formerly "Supporting actor") honour, this time the winner would be Osric Chau with 731 votes. Well back in 2nd was the current record holder for acting awards finals appearances John Noble (1 with Sleepy Hollow) in his 4th & final attempt to win an award for "Fringe" with 301 votes.
In 3rd Nikolaj Coster-Waldau "Game Of Thrones" was able to take the spot with 258 votes.
Joshua Jackson "Fringe" was 4th. Adam Copeland "Haven" & Raphael Sbarge "Once Upon A Time" were tied for 5th. James Marsters :Warehouse 13" was 7th. Richard Madden "Game Of Thrones" was 8th. David Richmond-Peck "Orphan Black" was 9th. Michael Socha "Once Upon A Time In Wonderland" was 10th.
David Richmond-Peck and John Noble both had the leads for a show while on day 1. Oscric Chau & Noble shared the lead on day 2, before Chau took the lead & never gave it up again.
Osric Chau sets a new category record for largest margain of victory 430 votes, previous record 139 held by Mark Sheppard "Supernatural" 2011.
1st OSRIC CHAU "Supernatural" 731
2nd John Noble "Fringe" 301
3rd Nikolaj Coster-Waldau "Game Of Thrones" 258
4th Joshua Jackson "Fringe" 235
5th Adam Copeland "Haven" 234
5th Raphael Sbarge "Once Upon A Time" 234
7th James Marsters "Warehouse 13" 230
8th Richard Madden "Game Of Thrones" 165
9th David Richmond-Peck "Orphan Black" 146
10th Michael Socha "Once Upon A Time In Wonderland" 106
Best Of TV Awards 2013 semi-final results for Best Recurring Actor & Actress Categories
The Best Recurring Actor And Actress categories for 2013 have been dominated by Supernatural in the past years (both actress & actor titles having gone to them - Maxwell, Sheppard 11 & Miner, Beaver 12) but could there be a new show inning something this year?
The recurring actress category looks poised for a non-Supernatural winner this year, if the semi-final voting is any clue.
Gillian Anderson "Hannibal" led all actresses in the nomination round, and now in the semi-final voting with 244 votes. Runner up this round was a 2012 Best Guest star finalist Felicia Day "Supernatural" with an even 200 votes. Jamie Chung "Once Upon A Time" came in 3rd at 178 votes. A tie for 4th between Sarah Bolger "Once Upon A Time" & Lisa Edelstein "Castle" round out the top 5.
The rest of the finalists are - Amanda Tapping "Supernatural", Anna Torv "Fringe", Alaina Huffman "Supernatural", Bex Taylor-Klaus "Arrow" & Natalie Dormer "Elementary"
Missing the finals - Emma Lahana "Haven" by just 4 votes, Summer Glau "Arrow" by just 6 & Caity Lotz "Arrow" 12 back.
Finalist last year in the category Yvonne Strahovski "Dexter" was 20 votes out of the finals this year for the same role.
Finalist in 2011 in the same category with a different show Magda Apanowicz "Continuum" missed by 37 votes.
On the recurring actor side. The Supernatural dominance seems to still be there.
Osric Chau "Supernatural" a finalist last year, jumped out to a fast large lead & held on in the semi-finals with 204 votes. Raphael Sbarge "Once Upon A Time" made a late surge from nowhere to take 2nd at 174 votes. John Noble "Fringe" a staple of the best actor category (only 1 of 2 actors to make the finals 4 straight years in a category. Other - Jensen Ackles) in years past, now competing for the recurring role in the shows final season had 109 votes. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau "Game Of Thrones" & David Richmond-Peck "Orphan Black" round out the top 5.
The rest of the semi-finalists are - Josh Jackson "Fringe", Richard Madden "Game Of Thrones", James Marsters "Warehouse 13", Adam Copeland "Haven" & Michael Socha "Once Upon A Time In Wonderland".
Missing the finals - Matt Frewer "Orphan Black" by just 5 votes, Mark Pelelgrino "The Tomorrow People" by 8 votes & Peter Gadiot "Once Upon A Time In Wonderland" by 11. 2X finalist Michael Cerveris "Fringe" was 20 votes out, finalist last year Sage Brocklebank "Psych" was 37 back. 2011 finalist for a different show Ben Cotton "The Killing" 42 votes back.
The finals started January 5, 2014 in some categories. The Recurring categories will open later today.
You can vote HERE
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