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35th Annual Saturn Awards Nominees in TV

March 11, 2009 03:30:47 GMT

'Lost' once again dominates the nomination list of Annual Saturn Awards that honors the work of art in horror and science fiction genre.


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The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films have announced the nominees of its 35th Annual Saturn Awards. In the TV categories, once again "Lost" finds itself in the frontline to win multiple awards for it has been nominated in 11 categories. Last year, the ABC show had won 4 out of the 7 categories it was nominated in.

Similar to last year, "Lost" which is running its fifth season, is put under Network Television Series Category. Its leading actor Matthew Fox is also nominated for Best Television Actor, the title that he had won twice in previous years. His co-star Evangeline Lilly is also vying for the Best Actress category.

Behind "Lost" is "Heroes" that nabs 6 nominations in total, followed by "Battlestar Galactica" and "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" at 4 each. Others also contending at the awards event are "True Blood", "Fringe", "Breaking Bad" and more.

The ceremony to hand out the prize will be held on June 25 but no venue has been determined yet. It also gives out honors for feature films which nominees can be seen here. Other categories such as DVD can be viewed on the official site.

Network Television Series

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posted by LadyHawke_2006 on Mar 12, 2009
I will be pulling for True Blood and Anna Paquin all the way!!! It's just a shame that more of the cast were not recognized for their performances!!!
posted by SithLordSlayer on Mar 10, 2009
I hope Terminator sweeps all the awards. Especially the very talented Summer Glau.

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