2012/2013: Comedy Winners

Best Comedy 2012/2013:

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

 

Excluded are:

– 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 Eastbound & Down [HBO], Curb Your Enthusiasm [HBO], Good God [HBO], The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret [IFC], Danger 5 [SBS], Eagleheart [swim], The IT-Crowd [4], Episodes [SHO]),

– productions that underperformed in this competition (Vicious [ITV], The Goodwin Games [FOX], 1600 Penn [NBC], The Wright Way [ITV], Rules of Engagement [CBS], Two Broke Girls [CBS], Mike & Molly [CBS], Two and a Half Men [CBS], Malibu Country [ABC], Life’s Too Short [HBO], Don’t Trust the Bitch in Apartment 23 [ABC], Mrs. Brown’s Boys [BBC], Emily Owens, M.D. [CW], Guys with Kids [NBC], Package Deal [City], The New Normal [NBC], Whitney [NBC], Animal Practice [NBC], Not Going Out [BBC], Happily Divorced [TVL], The Soul Man [TVL], The Middle [ABC], Awkward. [MTV], Last Man Standing [ABC], Partners [CBS], Two Broke Girls [CBS], Two and a Half Men [CBS], Baby Daddy [ABC], Are We There Yet? [TBS], Cougar Town [TBS], Melissa and Joey [ABC], Save Me [NBC], Retired at 35 [TVL], Hot in Cleveland [TVL], Sullivan & Son [TBS], Anger Management [FX], Bullet in the Face [IFC], Citizen Khan [BBC] and others),

– productions that didn’t air enough episodes/minutes (Alpha House [a] (new), Betas [a] (new), Onion News Empire [a] (new), Those Who Can’t [a] (new) or Bad Samaritans [FLX]),

– productions that are considered too much of a sketch show (Portlandia [IFC], Saturday Night Live [NBC], Kroll Show [CC], Key & Peele [CC], Nathan For You [CC], The Greatest Event in Television History [CC] and others).

 

-> The combined vote is now final and shown in the following chart:
comedy201213

There have been 737 votes by 288 voters (50%) and therefore 737 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 288 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that FOX’s The Mindy Project is the best new comedy or sitcom of season 2012/2013, but the overall best comedy or sitcom of season 2012/2013 is:

NBC’s PARKS AND RECREATION!

 

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Modern Family [abc] + new: New Girl [FOX]
2010/2011: Community [NBC] + new: Louie [FX] (now Dramedy)
2009/2010: It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia [FX] + new: Modern Family [abc]

 

Best Protagonist in a Comedy 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:
comedyprot201213

There have been 1244 votes by 186 voters (50%) and therefore 1244 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 186 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that TY BURRELL outperformed his competition at enacting ABC Modern Family’s character Phil Dunphy as a male protagonist as well as TINA FEY outperformed her competition at enacting NBC 30 Rock’s character Liz Lemon as a female protagonist in a comedy of season 2012/2013. But only one can be the overall best protagonist and that is this year:

TY BURRELL

for playing the role of ABC Modern Family’s character Phil Dunphy.

 

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Modern Family [abc]: TY BURRELL as “Phil Dunphy” (male & overall)
2011/2012: The Office [NBC]: JENNA FISCHER as “Pam Beesly” (female)
2010/2011: Community [NBC]: DONALD GLOVER as “Troy Barnes” (male & overall)
2010/2011: 30 Rock [NBC]: TINA FEY as “Liz Lemon” (female)
2009/2010: Modern Family [abc]: ERIC STONESTREET as “Cameron Tucker” (male & overall)
2009/2010: 30 Rock [NBC]: TINA FEY as “Liz Lemon” (female)

 

Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy 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:
comedysuppactor201213

There have been 181 votes by 41 voters (50%) and therefore 181 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 41 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that the acting of

TONY HALE

outperformed his competition at enacting HBO Veep’s character Gary Walsh in a comedy of season 2012/2013.

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: The Office US [NBC]: JAMES SPADER as “Robert California”
2010/2011: Community [NBC]: JIM RASH as “Dean Pelton”
2009/2010: Blue Mountain State

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: ALAN RITCHSON as “Thad Castle”

 

Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy 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:
comedysuppactress201213

There have been 194 votes by 47 voters (50%) and therefore 194 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 47 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that the acting of

CARLY CHAIKIN

outperformed her competition at enacting ABC Suburgatory’s character Dalia Royce in a comedy of season 2012/2013.

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Suburgatory [abc]: CARLY CHAIKIN as “Dalia Royce”
2010/2011: 30 Rock [NBC]: JANE KRAKOWSKI as “Jenna Maroney”
2009/2010: Better Off Ted [abc]: ANDREA ANDERS as “Linda Zwordling”

 

Best Written Male Character in a Comedy 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:

comedymalechar201213

There have been 436 votes by 43 voters (50%) and therefore 436 votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 43 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that

NBC Parks and Recreation’s character RON SWANSON

was the manliest man-character in a comedy of season 2012/2013.

 

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Parks and Recreation [NBC]: RON SWANSON & The Office US [NBC]: DWIGHT SCHRUTE
2010/2011: Louie [FX]: LOUIE
2009/2010: It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia [FX]: CHARLIE KELLY

 

 

Best Written Female Character in a Comedy 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:
comedyfemalechar201213

There have been 225 votes by 49 voters (50%) and therefore 225 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 49 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that

NBC Parks and Recreation’s character LESLIE KNOPE

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

 

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Parks and Recreation [NBC]: LESLIE KNOPE
2010/2011: 30 Rock [NBC]: LIZ LEMON
2009/2010: Better Off Ted [abc]: VERONICA PALMER

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