The 2015 Best Of TV Awards Winner for Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Actress is Ruth Connell (Supernatural).
Ruth Connell becomes the 1st actress from Supernatural to win the Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Actress award. Despite the show winning several Recurring Actress awards in the past, this was the 1st chance for the most decorated show in these awards to win an award in the main actress category. Connell brought the double crossing mother of the King Of Hell, Rowena to life this past couple seasons. Ruth hit another impressive mark in 2015, the most episodes by any actress on SPN when she passed Genevieve Padalecki for that honour.
Hayley Atwell "Agent Carter" came on late in the voting to nab 2nd. Eliza Taylor "The 100" had an early lead, but momentum stalled after a couple days & eventually finished 3rd. Rebecca Romijn "The Librarians" narrowly finshed 4th ahead of Lana Parrilla "Once Upon A Time" in 5th.
Last years winner Jenna Coleman "Doctor Who" ended up 6th this year in a tie with Melissa McBride "The Walking Dead". Candice Patton "The Flash" started strong, even leading for a bit on day 1 before her momentum stalled & finished 8th. Jennifer Morrison "Once Upon A Time" the 2012 winner finished 9th. Tatiana Maslany "Orphan Black" finished just behind in 10th.
2013 winner Zoie Palmer "Lost Girl" finished down in 11th in her 3rd finals. Emilia Clarke "Game Of Thrones" 13th in her 3rd, Ming Na Wen "Agents Of SHIELD" 14th in her 2nd, Anna Silk "Lost Girl" 17th in her th, Ginnifer Goodwin "Once Upon A Time" i18th in her 2nd, Chloe Bennet "Agents Of SHIELD" 19th in her 2nd, Elizabeth Henstridge "Agents Of SHIELD" 20th in her 2nd finals.
Rose McIver "iZombie" 12th, Danai Gurira "The Walking Dead" 15th, Maisie Williams "Game Of Thromes" 16th, Lindsey Morgan "The 100" all made the finals for their 1st times.
This is the 6th different winner in this category, from the 6th different show.
1st RUTH CONNELL "Supernatural" 457
2nd HAYLEY ATWELL"Agent Carter" 259
3rd ELIZA TAYLOR "The 100" 236
4th REBECCA ROMIJN "The Librarians" 218
5th LANA PARRILLA "Once Upon A Time" 210
6th (tie) JENNA COLEMAN "Doctor Who" 188
6th (tie) MELISSA MCBRIDE "The Walking Dead" 188
8th CANDICE PATTON "The Flash" 158
9th JENNIFER MORRISON "Once Upon A Time" 134
10th TATIANA MASLANY "Orphan Black" 132
11th ZOIE PALMER "Lost Girl" 124
12th ROSE MCIVER "iZombie" 118
13th EMILIA CLARKE "Game Of Thrones" 114
14th MING-NA WEN "Agents Of SHIELD" 90
15th DANAI GURIRA "The Walking Dead" 83
16th MAISIE WILLIAMS "Game Of Thrones" 65
17th ANNA SILK "Lost Girl" 61
18th GINNIFER GOODWIN "Once Upon A Time" 56
19th CHLOE BENNET "Agents Of SHIELD" 50
20th ELIZABETH HENSTRIDGE "Agents Of SHIELD" 46
21st LINDSEY MORGAN "The 100" 30
22nd ZOIE PALMER "Dark Matter" 27
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.
This is Ruth Connell's 1st BOTVA award, this is the 39th award for Supernatural all time in the BOTVA awards.
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Best Of TV Awards 2015 - Results for Semi-Finals and FINALISTS for Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Program, Actor and Actress
The 2015 Best Of TV Awards finals are under way. The 6th annual BOTVA's have already shattered the previous record for votes in the first round combined. With over 487,000 votes. The 2015 BOTVA's all time record is 575,000 votes in a year has also fallen now.
The Semi-Final rounds for Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Actor, Actress and Program categories took place a couple weeks ago.
Here are the complete results (BOLD nominees have qualified for the Finals)
Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Program
LOST GIRL (Showcase) 200
THE LIBRARIANS (TNT) 166
FOREVER (ABC) 145
SUPERNATURAL (CW) 137
THE FLASH (CW) 130
ONCE UPON A TIME (ABC) 116
AGENTS OF SHIELD (ABC) 78
THE WALKING DEAD (AMC) 77
GAME OF THRONES (HBO) 73
DOCTOR WHO (BBC) 70
Orphan Black (Space) 65, The 100 (CW) 63, Sleepy Hollow (FOX) 51, Outlander (Starz) 36, Haven (Syfy) 35
Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Actor
JENSEN ACKLES "Supernatural" 241
JARED PADALECKI "Supernatural" 240
CHRISTIAN KANE "The Librarians" 193
IOAN GRUFFUDD "Forever" 174
ROBERT CARLYLE "Once Upon A Time" 147
GRANT GUSTIN "The Flash" 117
JOHN LARROQUETTE "The Librarians" 98
KRIS HOLDEN-RIED "Lost Girl" 80
CARLOS VALDES "The Flash" 74
COLIN O'DONOGHUE "Once Upon A Time" 68
CLARK GREGG "Agents Of SHIELD" 66
PETER DINKLAGE "Game Of Thrones" 66
TOM CAVANAGH "The Flash" 63
NORMAN REEDUS "The Walking Dead" 62
JOSH DALLAS "Once Upon A Time" 60
MISHA COLLINS "Supernatural" 59
ANDREW LINCOLN "The Walking Dead" 59
PETER CAPALDI "Doctor Who" 58
LUCAS BRYANT "Haven" 58
RAHUL KOHLI "iZombie" 56
IAIN DECAESTECKER "Agents OF SHIELD" 51
BOB MORLEY "The 100" 50
Qualified with enough votes, but did not finish in the top 3 from their show.
Mark Sheppard "Supernatural" 58, Sean maguire "Once Upon A Time" 56
Jesse L. Martin "The Flash" 48, Ricky Whittle "The 100" 45, Tom Mison "Sleepy Hollow" 44, Kit Harington "Game Of Thrones" 42, James D'Arcy "Agent Carter" 41, David Anders "iZombie" 41, Brett Dalton "Agents Of SHIELD" 38, Eric Balfour "Haven" 36, Ian Somerhalder "The Vampire Diaries" 31, Lennie James "The Walking Dead" 28, Sam Heughan "Outlander" 27, Malcolm Goodwin "iZombie" 25, Robert Buckley "iZombie" 17, Stark Sands "Minority Report" 17, Aaron Stanford "12 Monkeys" 13, Kirk Acevedo "12 Monkeys" 11
Best Sci-Fi or fantasy Actress
LANA PARRILLA "Once Upon A Time" 317
ZOIE PALMER "Lost Girl" 258
ANNA SILK "Lost Girl" 205
REBECCA ROMIJN "The Librarians" 203
CANDICE PATTON "The Flash" 179
RUTH CONNELL "Supernatural" 166
ZOIE PALMER "Dark Matter" 163
JENNIFER MORRISON "Once Upon A Time" 155
MELISSA MCBRIDE "The Walking Dead" 115
HAYLEY ATWELL "Agent Carter" 103
JENNA COLEMAN "Doctor Who" 96
TATIANA MASLANY "Orphan Black" 92
MING NA WEN "Agents Of SHIELD" 86
ROSE MCIVER "iZombie" 82
ELIZA TAYLOR "The 100" 74
DANIELLE PANABAKER "The Flash" 72
ELIZABETH HENSTRIDGE "Agents Of SHIELD" 70
DANAI GURIRA "The Walking Dead" 67
EMILIA CLARKE "Game Of Thrones" 64
GINNIFER GOODWIN "Once Upon A Time" 64
LINDSEY MORGAN "The 100" 64
CHLOE BENNET "Agents Of SHIELD" 63
MAISIE WILLIAMS "Game Of Thrones" 62
Nicole Beharie "Sleepy Hollow" 55, Emily Rose "Haven" 51, Sophie Turner "Game Of Thrones" 47, Rebecca Mader "Once Upon A Time" 47, Lauren Cohan "The Walking dead" 46, Lena Headey "Game Of Thrones" 42, Caitriona Balfe "Outlander" 42, Paige Turco "The 100" 38, Phoebe Tonkin "The Originals" 38, Meagan Good "Minority Report" 27, Tuppence Middleton "Sense8" 25, Leah Pipes "The Originals" 17
The Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy program category has been historically dominated by Supernatural, winning 4 of the 5 honours. This year however, in their 11th season SPN might be in a fight for the 2015 award. Lost Girl, the 2013 runner up made noise in the semi-final voting leading the way over 2nd year TNT hit The Librarians, and Forever from ABC. Both making the finals for the first time. Supernatural was still in the mix, finishing 4th, just ahead of The Flash, the 2014 Best New Program winner. Once Upon A Time, the 2011 New Program winner is also in the finals, along with the 2012 Best Sci-Fi /Fantasy Program Winner The Walking Dead. Agents Of SHIELD is back in the finals after last years final appearance. Game Of Thrones is back for their 3rd straight finals appearance. Doctor Who, last years runner up & the 2013 3rd place finisher, sneaks into the finals in the last spot by only 5 votes.
The Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Actor Category semi-final vote was led by Jensen Ackles from "Supernatural". This shouldnt seem like a shock to anyone considering Mr. Ackles is the owner of the most awards in BOTVA history. The shocker... he only led by ONE vote over his co-star Jared Padalecki. This is the 5th year in a row Jared has made the finals, unfortunately, in each of his previous attempts, he has managed to never finish better than 3rd in 2011. Also making the finals from SPN is Misha Collins for his 5th time. Christian Kane from "The Librarians" & Ioan Gruffudd "Forever" finished 4th & 5th & finds their way to the finals for the 1st time.
Robert Carlyle "Once Upon A Time" is in the finals for a 4th time, hoping to better his 4th place finishes of 2011 and 2013. Colin O'Donoghue returns to the finals for his 2nd time & Josh Dallas for his 1st time join Robert from the Once cast in the finals. grant Gustin last years runner up is back for his 2nd finals, along with his other cast mates from The Flash, Carlos Valdes & Tom Cavanagh both make the finals for their 1st times. John Larroquette joins his co-star from The Librarians, Christian Kane, as 1st time finalists. Kris Holden-Ried "Lost Girl" is in the finals for his 2nd time in this category, and 3rd time total for this role. Clark Gregg from "Agents Of SHIELD" is back after a 4th place finish last year in the finals, along with 1st time finalist Ian DeCaestecker. Peter Dinklage "Game Of Thrones" is back for his 3rd time. The only person to ever win this award besides Jensen Ackles, Nornam Reedus "The Walking Dead", the 2012 winner, is back for his 4th time, this time joined by Andrew Lincoln in his 1st finals after 3 consecutive times being a semi-finalist. Peter Capaldi "Doctor Who" is back after his 3rd place finish last year. Lucas Bryant "Haven" makes the finals for the first time, seemingly replacing his co-star Eric Balfour, who was in the finals the last two years. Rahul Kohli from "iZombie" makes the finals in the shows 1st season, and Bob Morley "The 100" makes the finals for the first time.
The Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Actress Category will have the last 3 winners of the award all in the finals this year. Still never having had a 2 time winner, the Sci-Fi/Fantasy Actress award is the only main acting award to not have had such. This year, it could finally be the year as the 3 former winners, Jenna Coleman "Doctor Who" 2014, Zoie Palmer "Lost Girl" 2013, Jennifer Morrison "Once Upon A Time" 2012 are all in the finals this year. Palmer in fact is pulling double duty in the finals as she is also up for "Dark Matter".
However, they find some stiff competition in their way. Another OUAT actress led semi-final voting, Lana Parrilla., last years Runner Up is in her 5th consecutive final. Ginnifer Goodwin joins her two castmates in the finals for her 3rd time. Anna Silk "Lost Girl" will join her castmate in the finals for the 4th time in this category, 5th time for the character. Rebecca Romijn "The Librarians" makes the finals for the first time. Candice Patton and Danielle Panabaker "The Flash" both make the finals for the first time.
Ruth Connell "Supernatural" is a finalist for the first time, and is the first ever actress from SPN to make the finals of the main category despite the show having 37 all time BOTVAs, including 4 Recurring Actress BOTVAs. "The Walking Dead" star Melissa McBride is back in the finals for her 2nd time after a 3rd place finish last year, joining her is Danai Gurira for her 1st finals. Hayley Atwell "Agent Carter" makes the finals for the 1st time in her shows inagural year, as is Rose McIver from "iZombie". Tatiana Maslany "Orphan Black" is back for her 3rd time. Ming Na Wen and Elizabeth Henstridge "Agents Of SHIELD" both are back for their 2nd finals. Eliza Taylor & Lindsey Morgan "The 100" are in the finals for their 1st times. Emilia Clarke "Game Of Thrones" is back for her 3rd time, along with 2013 Best Youth Actress winner Maisie Williams in her 1st finals for this category.
The Final round of the 2015 Best Of TV Awardsis under way. Each voting round will last 3 to 6 days..
Voting, and a complete list of nominees in all categories can be found HERE
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 Sci-Fi or Fantasy Actor, Actress & Program
Vote totals are in RED TEXT
Finalists are in BOLD TEXT
Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Actor
JENSEN ACKLES (Supernatural) 445
GRANT GUSTIN (The Flash) 307
PETER DINKLAGE (Game Of Thrones) 242
CLARK GREGG (Agents Of SHIELD) 204
NIKOLAJ COSTER-WALDAU (Game Of Thrones) 200
ERIC BALFOUR (Haven) 198
PETER CAPALDI (Doctor Who) 192
JARED PADALECKI (Supernatural) 185
COLIN O'DONOGHUE (Once Upon A Time) 177
ROBERT CARLYLE (Once Upon A Time) 172
MISHA COLLINS (Supernatural) 161
NORMAN REEDUS (The Walking Dead) 157
ANDREW LINCOLN (The Walking Dead) 148, TOM MISON (Sleepy Hollow) 143, JOSH DALLAS (Once Upon A Time) 132, IAIN DE CAESTECKER (Agents Of SHIELD) 123, SEAN MAGUIRE (Once Upon A Time) 87, BILLY BURKE (Revolution) 83, VICTOR WEBSTER (Continuum) 52, ROGER CROSS (Continuum) 41
Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Actress
TATIANA MASLANY (Orphan Black) 297
LENA HEADEY (Game Of Thrones) 235
MING NA WEN (Agents Of SHIELD) 227
EMILY ROSE (Haven) 222
LANA PARRILLA (Once Upon A Time) 221
JENNIFER MORRISON (Once Upon A Time) 208
EMILIA CLARKE (Game Of Thrones) 200
CHLOE BENNET (Agents Of SHIELD) 191
ELIZABETH HENSTRIDGE (Agents Of SHIELD) 158
GINNIFER GOODWIN (Once Upon A Time) 139
MELISSA MCBRIDE (The Walking Dead) 129
JENNA COLEMAN (Doctor Who) 129
LAUREN COHAN (The Walking Dead) 107, EMILIE DE RAVIN (Once Upon A Time) 103, ELIZABETH MITCHELL (Once Upon A Time) 95, GEORGINA HAIG (Once Upon A Time) 91, DANAI GURIRA (The Walking Dead) 86, RACHEL NICHOLS (Continuum) 80, REBECCA MADER (Once Upon A Time) 74, TRACY SPIRADAKOS (Revolution) 74, LEXA DOIG (Continuum) 40
Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Program
GAME OF THRONES 336
ONCE UPON A TIME 283
AGENTS OF SHIELD 247
DOCTOR WHO 225
ORPHAN BLACK 209
THE WALKING DEAD 183
LOST GIRL 177
THE VAMPIRE DIARIES 140
SLEEPY HOLLOW 131, GRIMM 119, AMERICAN HORROR STORY 97, CONTINUUM 93, REVOLUTION 85, FALLING SKIES 63, WITCHES OF EAST END 58, UNDER THE DOME 57, DEFIANCE 49
The Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Actor category has generally belonged to Supernatural star Jensen Ackles (2012 Norman Reedus of The Walkign Dead being the only 1 to topple his reign). This year he looks poised for another victory barring another Norman Reedus tweet style like in 2012 from 1 of the challengers. This year, the main challenger appears to be rookie sci-fi or fantasy drama star Grant Gustin from The Flash. With only 7 of last years 12 finalists back this year in the finals (although the entire top 6 is back), there is some new blood. Led of course by semi-finals runner up Grant Gustin, 4th place Clark Gregg of Agents Of SHIELD who was a semi-finalist last year, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau from Game Of Thrones who seemingly replaced Kit Harington as the GoT 2nd challengers this year to Peter Dinklage. Another newcomer, Peter Capaldi from Doctor Who also makes it, and finally Colin O'Donoghue, a semi-finalist last year makes the finals this year. Last years runner up, Eric Balfour from haven is back, as are Peter Dinklage, Robert Carlyle & Misha Collins. Dinklage managed to place 3rd, but the other 2 barely scraped into the finals, in 10th & 11th, just ahead of the 2012 winner Reedus who slipped into the final spot by a mere 9 votes.
The Sci-Fi or Fantasy Actress category will more than likely have a new Winner this year. Last years winner Zoie Palmer is ineligible for the category this year because of the schedule that her show Lost Girl had this season. The 2012 winner Jennifer Morrison from Once Upon A Time is in the finals, but came in 5th, and was 2nd from her own show behind Lana Parrilla, and along with Ginnifer Goodwin makes 3 finalists for her show, and likely will cause a vote split to water down her chances of reclaiming the title. Tatiana Maslany from orphan Black comes in as the odds on favorite after her opening round 3rd place standing, she managed to win the semi-final vote. A 1st time finalist Lena Headey from Game Of Thrones finished 2nd in the semi-final vote ahead of another 1st time finalist Ming-Na Wen for Agents Of SHIELD. Last years runner up Emilia Clarke from Game Of Thrones came in 7th, while last years 3rd place finalist Emily Rose of Haven came in 4th. Agents Of SHIELD nabbed 2 other finalist spots with Chloe Bennet & Elizabeth Henstridge, giving them as many finalists as Once Upon A Time. Melissa McBride of The Walking Dead and Jenna Coleman from Doctor Who tied for the last 2 spots. Notable ommisions this year are Rachel Nichols from Continuum who finished 6th last year, Emilie de Ravin from Once Upon A Time who finished 8th & Lexa Doig from Continuum who finished 10th. All who made the semi-finals, but missed making the finals by varying margins.
The Sci-Fi or Fantasy program category looks like it could be a battle for Supernatural to try & take its 4th title in the category. The semi-final vote went to Game Of Thrones with 336, a bit behind them was Supernatural still well in the mix at 308. Once Upon A Time managed a 3rd place showing. Last years runner up Lost Girl limped in at 9th, while the 3rd place finalist last year Doctor Who was 5th. Newcomers to the finals this year include Agents Of SHIELD in 4th, Orphan Black in 7th & The Vampire Diaries re-entering the finals for the 1st time since 2010 when it was entered as a Drama before the guidelines of the categories were more solidified, snuck in at 10th place. Only absentees from last year were the now retired Fringe, and Continuum.
The Finals for these categories will take place in January 2015 HERE
The Best Of TV Awards 2013 winner in the category of Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Actress is Zoie Palmer "Lost Girl".
The fanbase for "Lost Girl" has show over the years here they are a passionate bunch. Constantly contenders for show & actress awards, Finally, they have their 1st major award here, as Zoie Palmer takes the 2013 Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Actress award. With the 2012 winner Jennifer Morrison missing the finals, and the runner up Anna Torv not eligible for the award, Palmer, 4th in 2012, was suddenly a serious consideration for 2013 & narrowly won, beating out "Game Of Thrones" Emilia Clarke by 3 votes, 505 to 502.
In 3rd was Emily Rose "Haven" which I would consider the 2013 break-out show for making an impact here, with 493 votes.
In 4th was Lana Parrilla "Once Upon A Time". In 5th Tatiana Maslany "Orphan Black". In 6th Rachel Nichols "Continuum". In 7th Emilie de Ravin "Once Upon A Time". In 8th Anna Silk "Lost Girl". In 9th Ksenia Solo "Lost Girl". In 10th Lexa Doig "Continuum".
Day 1 Emily Rose took a quick & large lead & held on to it thru most of the voting. Day 5 Zoie Palmer took the lead. Day 7 Palmer & Emilia Clarke shared the lead 6 times between them before Palmer managed to hold on in the end.
Zoie Palmer win by just 3 votes is the smallest in category history. Previous record was 212 in 2012 by Jennifer Morrison.
1st ZOIE PALMER "Lost Girl" 505
2nd Emilia Clarke "Game Of Thrones" 502
3rd Emily Rose "Haven" 493
4th Lana Parrilla "Once Upon A Time" 456"
5th Tatiana Maslany "Orphan Black" 438
6th Rachel Nichols "Continuum" 328
7th Emilie de Ravin "Once Upon A Time" 311
8th Anna Silk "Lost Girl" 308
9th Ksenia Solo "Lost Girl" 171
10th Lexa Doig "Continuum" 159
The Best Sci-Fi or Fantasy Actor, Actress & Program semi-final voting produced a couple minor out of left field shockers.
Best Program Category leader was a finalist for best New Program last year. The Canadian sci-fi cop from the future show "Continuum" beat out former 2X champ "Supernatural" 488 to 446 votes. Not too far back in 3rd is 2X finalist contender "Lost Girl" at 431 votes. Rounding out the top 5, 1st time finalist "Doctor Who" & 2011 best New Program winner "Once Upon A Time".
The rest of the finalists are - "Game Of Thrones", "Haven", 3X finalist "Fringe" & the defending champion "The Walking Dead" who limped in to the finals in the last spot.
Missing the finals - "Grimm" & 2010 finalist "Warehouse 13" were well back at 60 & 61 votes behind.
Best Actor category, after a 1 year anomoly last year that saw a member of The Walking Dead win, seems to once again be going all Supernatural's way. The 2010 Best Actor & 2011 winner of this category Jensen Ackles finds himself in a battle with his co-star, Misha Collins. Collins narrowly beating the 2X champ by just 3 votes 610 to 607. Back in 3rd is "Continuum" leading man Victor Webster at 385 votes. Rounding out the top 5. the 3x finalist Jared Padalecki "Supernatural" & Robert Carlyle "Once Upon A Time".
The rest of the finalists are - Kris Holden-Ried "Lost Girl", Stephen Lobo "Continuum", Eric Balfour "Haven", defending champion Norman Reedus "The Walking Dead", Peter Dinklage "Game Of Thrones" & Tom Mison "Sleepy Hollow".
Missing the finals - 2011 Best Recurring Actor winner Mark Sheppard "Supernatural" 42 votes out, Colin O'Donoghue "Once Upon A Time" 61 votes out. 2011 finalist Ian Somerhalder "The Vampire Diaries" 101 votes out.
Best Actress category, the defending champion is OUT. Hows that for a tough category to crack? Finalist last year Zoie Palmer "Lost Girl" who plays Dr. Lauren Lewis, a regular finalist on our awards & season end contests, led voting in the semi-finals with 462 votes. In 2nd was BOTVA finalist newcomer "Continuum" lead actress Rachel Nichols at 437. Another "Lost Girl" finalist in 3rd as former 2X finalist Anna Silk had 344 votes. Rounding out the top 5 - Emilia Clarke "Game Of Thrones" & finalist last year Ksenia Solo "Lost Girl"
The rest of the finalists - Lots of newcomers Tatiana Maslany "Orphan Black", Emily Rose "Haven" & Emilie de Ravin "Once Upon A Time" & Lexa Doig "Continuum" all in for their 1st time & finalist last year Lana Parrilla "Once Upon A Time" .
Missing the finals - Jennifer Spence "Continuum" by just 12 votes behind her cast mate. Defending champion Jennifer Morrison "Once Upon A Time" came 31 votes short of a finals spot.
The finals started January 5, 2014 in some categories. These categories start later tonight, January 18, 2014 HERE.
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