2012/2013: Drama Winners

Best Drama Serial 2012/2013:

Actually two winners will be awarded in this voting:
– the best drama of the last season
and
– the best new drama of the last season.

 

Excluded:

– productions that did not air at minimum 50% of their episodes between July 1st, 2012 and June 30th, 2013 because they ended, were canceled or pause this season (for example Luther [BBC], Sherlock [BBC], Lilyhammer [FLX], Bron || Broen [SVT1/DR1], Weißensee [ARD] or Magic City [starz]),

– productions that underperformed in this competition (Downton Abbey [ITV], Hemlock Grove [FLX], Banshee [cine], Smash [NBC], Da Vinci’s Demons [starz], Revolution [NBC], The Following [FOX], Defiance [SyFy], The Blue Rose [TV3], Red Widow US [ABC], Army Wives [GLO], Vegas [CBS], Falling Skies [TNT], Suits [USA], Wentworth [SoHo], Whitechapel [ITV], Once Upon A Time [ABC], Strike Back [SKY], House Husbands [nine], Transporter [RTL], Political Animals [USA], The Paradise [BBC], 666 Park Avenue [ABC], Cult [CW], Rogue [DTV], Zero Hour [ABC], Sinbad [SKY], Nashville [ABC], Hunted [cine], Parenthood [NBC], The Mob Doctor [FOX], A Place To Call Home [seven], Continuum [case], Youngers [E4], Haven [SyFy], Flashpoint [CTV], Verbrechen nach Ferdinand von Schirach [ZDF], Revenge [ABC],Spartacus [starz] and others),

– productions that didn’t air enough episodes/minutes (Lightfields [ITV], In The Flesh [BBC]),

– productions that are considered mini-series (American Horror Story [FX], Top of the Lake [sund], The Poison Tree [ITV], Restless [BBC], World Without End [case] and others) and

– productions with a bigger “series” than “serial” dramaturgy (for example The Good Wife [CBS], Longmire [A&E], Royal Pains [USA], The Listener [CTV], Good Cop [BBC], Wallander [TV4] or The Mentalist [CBS].

 

-> The combined vote is now final and shown in the following chart:
drama201213

There have been 1661 votes by 383 voters (50%) and therefore 1661 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 383 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that Sundance Channel’s Rectify is the best new drama serial of season 2012/2013, but the overall best drama serial of season 2012/2013 is:

AMC’s BREAKING BAD (Season 5.1)!

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Breaking Bad [AMC] + new: Homeland US [SHO]
2010/2011: Game of Thrones [HBO] + new: Boardwalk Empire [HBO]
2009/2010: Breaking Bad [AMC] + new: Justified [FX]

 

 

Best Protagonist in a Drama Serial 2012/2013:

Actually three winners will be awarded:
– the best female protagonist
– the best male protagonist
– the overall best protagonist,
depending on which one has more votes.
This award honors only the art of acting, not the written characters.

-> The combined vote for is now final and shown in the following chart:
dramaprotagonist201213

There have been 1471 votes by 290 voters (50%) and therefore 1471 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 290 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that BRYAN CRANSTON outperformed his competition at enacting AMC Breaking Bad’s character Walter White as a male protagonist as well as SIDSE BABETT KNUDSEN outperformed her competition at enacting DR1 Borgen’s character Birgitte Nyborg as a female protagonist in a drama of season 2012/2013. But only one can be the overall best protagonist and that is this year:

BRYAN CRANSTON for playing the role of AMC Breaking Bad’s character Walter White.

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Breaking Bad [AMC]: BRYAN CRANSTON as “Walter White” (male & overall)
2011/2012: Homeland [SHO]: CLAIRE DANES as “Carrie Mathison” (female)
2010/2011: Justified [FX]: MARGO MARTINDALE as “Mags Bennett” (female & overall)
2010/2011: The Borgias [SHO]: JEREMY IRONS as “‘Pope’ Rodrigo Borgia” (male)
2009/2010: Breaking Bad [AMC]: AARON PAUL as “Jesse Pinkman” (male & overall)
2009/2010: Big Love [HBO]: CHLOË SEVIGNY as “Nicolette Grant” (female)

 

 

Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Serial 2012/2013:

This award honors only the art of acting, not the written characters.

-> The combined vote is now final and shown in the following chart:
dramasuppactor201213

There have been 517 votes by 84 voters (50%) and therefore 517 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 84 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that the acting of

DEAN NORRIS

outperformed his competition at enacting AMC Breaking Bad’s character Hank Schrader in a drama of season 2012/2013.

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Boardwalk Empire [HBO]: MICHAEL SHANNON as “Nelson Van Alden”
2010/2011: Big Love [HBO]: MATT ROSS as “Alby Grant”
2009/2010: True Blood [HBO]: NELSON ELLIS as “Lafayette Reynolds”

 

 

Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Serial 2012/2013:

This award honors only the art of acting, not the written characters.

-> The combined vote is now final and shown in the following chart:

dramasuppactress201213

There have been 284 votes by 50 voters (50%) and therefore 284 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 50 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that the acting of

ANNA GUNN

outperformed her competition at enacting AMC Breaking Bad’s character Skyler White in a drama of season 2012/2013.

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Boardwalk Empire [HBO]: ALEKSA PALLADINO as “Angela Darmody”
2010/2011: Justified [FX]: KAITLYN DEVER as “Loretta”
2009/2010: Sons of Anarchy [FX]: KATEY SAGAL as “Gemma Teller Morrow”

 

 

Best Written Male Character in a Drama Serial 2012/2013:

This award honors the art of writing of an unique character, not the actor playing that character.

-> The combined vote is now final and shown in the following chart:

dramamalechar201213

There have been 445 votes by 68 voters (50%) and therefore 445 votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 68 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that

AMC Breaking Bad’s character WALTER WHITE

was the best written male character in a drama of season 2012/2013.

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Breaking Bad [AMC]: WALTER WHITE
2010/2011: Game of Thrones [HBO]: TYRION LANNISTER
2009/2010: Mad Men [AMC]: DON DRAPER

 

 

Best Written Female Character in a Drama Serial 2012/2013:

This award honors the art of writing of an unique character, not the actress playing the role.

-> The combined vote is now final and shown in the following chart:
dramafemalechar201213

There have been 437 votes by 55 voters (50%) and therefore 437 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 55 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that

AMC Breaking Bad’s character SKYLER WHITE

was the best written female character in a drama of season 2012/2013.

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Mad Men [AMC]: PEGGY OLSON
2010/2011: Sons of Anarchy [FX]: GEMMA TELLER MORROW
2009/2010: Mad Men [AMC]: PEGGY OLSON

 

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