2012/2013: Dramedy Winners

 

Best Dramedy Serial 2012/2013:

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

– productions that underperformed in this competition

– productions that didn’t air enough episodes/minutes

– productions that are considered mini-series, mini-serials or anthology serials and

– productions with a bigger “series” than “serial” dramaturgy

 

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

dramedy201213

There have been 529 votes by 261 voters (50%) and therefore 529 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 261 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that FX’s Legit is the best new dramedy serial of season 2012/2013, but the overall best dramedy serial of season 2012/2013 is:

FX’s LOUIE (Season 3)!

 

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012:  Shameless U.S. + new: Wilfred U.S. [FX]
2010/2011:  Misfits [E4] + new: Shameless U.S. [SHO]
2009/2010:  Nurse Jackie [SHO] + new: Nurse Jackie [SHO]

 

Best Acting of a Protagonist in a Dramedy 2012/2013:

Actually three winners will be awarded in this voting:
– 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 is now final and shown in the following chart:
dramedyprotagonist201213

There have been 485 votes by 183 voters (50%) and therefore 485 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 183 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that ELIJAH WOOD outperformed his competition at enacting FX Wilfred US’s character Ryan Newman as a male protagonist as well as EMMY ROSSUM outperformed her competition at enacting Showtime Shameless US’ character Fiona Gallagher as a female protagonist in a dramedy of season 2012/2013. But only one can be the overall best protagonist and that is this year:

ELIJAH WOOD

for playing the role of FX Wilfred US’s character Ryan Newman.

 

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Shameless US [SHO]: EMMY ROSSUM as “Fiona Gallagher” (female & overall)
2011/2012: Shameless US [SHO]: WILLIAM H. MACY as “Frank Gallagher” (male)
2010/2011: Shameless US [SHO]: EMMY ROSSUM as “Fiona Gallagher” (female & overall)
2010/2011: Shameless US [SHO]: WILLIAM H. MACY as “Frank Gallagher” (male)
2009/2010: Nurse Jackie [SHO]: EDIE FALCO as “Nurse Jackie Peyton” (female & overall)
2009/2010: Misfits [E4]: ROBERT SHEEHAN as “Nathan” (male)

 

Best Supporting Actor in a Dramedy 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:
dramedysuppactor201213

There have been 163 votes by 42 voters (50%) and therefore 163 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 42 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that the acting of

CAMERON MONAGHAN

outperformed his competition at enacting Showtime Shameless US’s character Ian Gallagher in a dramedy of season 2012/2013.

 

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Nurse Jackie [SHO]: PAUL SCHULZE as “Eddie Walzer” & Hung [HBO]: LENNIE JAMES as “Charlie”
2010/2011: Nurse Jackie [SHO]: PAUL SCHULZE as “Eddie Walzer”
2009/2010: Nurse Jackie [SHO]: PAUL SCHULZE as “Eddie Walzer”

 

Best Supporting Actress in a Dramedy 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:

dramedysuppactress201213

There have been 160 votes by 32 voters (50%) and therefore 160 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 32 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that the acting of

JOAN CUSACK

outperformed her competition at enacting Showtime Shameless US’s character Sheila Jackson in a dramedy of season 2012/2013.

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Misfits [E4]: LAUREN SOCHA as “Kelly”
2010/2011: Misfits [E4]: LAUREN SOCHA as “Kelly”
2009/2010: Nurse Jackie [SHO]: MERRITT WEVER as “Nurse Zoey Barkow”

 

Best Written Male Character in a Dramedy 2012/2013:

This award honors the art of writing of an unique character,

not the actor playing the role.

 

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

dramedymalechar201213

There have been 230 votes by 45 voters (50%) and therefore 230 votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 45 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that

Showtime Shameless US’s character FRANK GALLAGHER

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

 

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Louie [FX]: LOUIE
2010/2011: Call Me Fitz [HBO]: ‘Fitz’ RICHARD FITZPATRICK
2009/2010: Gravity [SHO]: DETECTIVE MILLER

 

Best Written Female Character in a Dramedy 2012/2013:

This award honors the art of writing of an unique character,

not the actor playing the role.

 

> The combined vote is now final and shown in the following chart:
dramedyfemalechar201213

There have been 102 votes by 31 voters (50%) and therefore 102 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 31 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that

Showtime Shameless US’s character FIONA GALLAGHER

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

 

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Shameless US [SHO]: SHEILA JACKSON
2010/2011: Nurse Jackie [SHO]: JACKIE PEYTON
2009/2010: Nurse Jackie [SHO]: JACKIE PEYTON

 

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