AceShowbiz - The 41st Annual Saturn Awards was held Thursday night, June 25 in Burbank, California. Dominating the list of TV winners were "The Walking Dead" and "Hannibal" which took home three gongs each.
The recently canceled "Hannibal" was named Best Network Television Series, while "The Walking Dead" won over other syndicated/cable series. "Hannibal" lead Hugh Dancy and "Walking Dead" star Andrew Lincoln also shared the Best Actor in a Television Series title.
Additionally, Dancy's co-star Laurence Fishburne was honored with Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series. Meanwhile, "Walking Dead" nabbed another prize through Melissa McBride's win as Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series.
"The Flash" was another show which won multiple awards. It was dubbed Best Superhero Adaptation Television Series and helped Wentworth Miller win Best Guest Performance in a Television Series. Additionally, Grant Gustin grabbed Breakthrough Performance Award for his performance as the title character.
"Game of Thrones" and "Outlander" won one award each. Noah Wyle was presented with Artists Showcase Award for his achievements in film, television, and live stage productions, while "Continuum" nabbed Special Recognition Award for bringing quality entertainment to television through its superlative acting, spirited direction, and compelling writing.
The Saturn Awards is held annually to honor, promote and recognize genre entertainment in film and television.