2012/2013: Across All Genres Winners

This award honors the visual elements of a production such as camera work, light arrangement, film editing plus other visual effects.

 

Best Visual Design 2012/2013:

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

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There have been 440 votes by 126 voters (50%) and therefore 440 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 126 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that

AMC’s Breaking Bad

distinguished itself the most in the usage of visual elements such as camera work, light arrangement, film editing plus other special and visual effects in season 2012/2013.

 

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Breaking Bad [AMC]
2010/2011: Dexter [SHO]
2009/2010: Breaking Bad [AMC]

 

Best Audio Design 2012/2013:

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

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There have been 419 votes by 86 voters (50%) and therefore 419 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 86 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that

AMC’s Breaking Bad

distinguished itself the most in the usage of sound elements such as music selection, compositing, sound mixing or sound editing in season 2012/2013.

 

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Breaking Bad [AMC]
2010/2011: The Walking Dead [AMC]
2009/2010: Lost [abc]

 

Best Opening 2012/2013:

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

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There have been 397 votes by 153 voters (50%) and therefore 397 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 153 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that

Showtime’s Dexter

still had one quality left: its opening titles, winner of season 2012/2013.

 

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Game of Thrones [HBO]
2010/2011: True Blood [HBO]
2009/2010: True Blood [HBO]

 

Best One-liner 2012/2013:

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

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There have been 434 votes by 63 voters (50%) and therefore 434 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 63 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that

HBO’s Game of Thrones character Tyrion Lannister

was the one of season 2012/2013 who always knew how to respond properly, put it in a nutshell or made you die laughing.

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Call Me Fitz [HBO]: RICHARD FITZPATRICK
2010/2011: Call Me Fitz [HBO]: RICHARD FITZPATRICK
2009/2010: Mad Men [AMC]: ROGER STERLING

 

Comeback of 2012/2013:

Which comeback of a television serial or series made the biggest impact?

There is only the one:

Arrested Development [FLX]!

 

Most Underrated 2012/2013:

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

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There have been 271 votes by 133 voters (50%) and therefore 271 additional votes where distributed by the jury of serieskiller.com (representing 133 voters; 50%) to come to the conclusion that Comedy Central‘s cancelation of

Futurama

was the biggest disappointment of season 2012/2013.

» FYI, the winners of recent years:

2011/2012: Bored to Death [HBO]
2010/2011: Rubicon [AMC]
2009/2010: Better Off Ted [abc]

 

Special Honors 2012/2013:

The Special Honors Awards are generally for “thinking outside the box”. They might honor special production values, online contributions for fans and followers, a unique way of marketing or other services like that.

  • On The Next Mad Men [AMC]

 

Hall of Fame Inductees 2012/2013:

In the first run of the Serieskiller Hall of Fame in 2012 these tv serials/series had been inducted:

– Malcolm in the Middle [FOX]
– Oz [HBO]
– That 70′s Show [FOX]
– The Shield [FX]
– The Sopranos [HBO]
– The Wire [HBO]

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Rewarding its brilliance, the following television serials and series (airing at minimum partially in 2000 or later) are getting the chance to join the Serieskiller Hall of Fame.

To get into the Hall of Fame the serial or series needs to be completed, have had more than one season and needs to get a “certain” amount of votes from fans and jury.

Every year new serials/series are getting nominated for the Hall of Fame. Some, that didn’t quite make it the last years, that have been overlooked, were close to be nominated before and those that recently ended their airing on television.
That’s why the chance to get into the Hall of Fame might gets more difficult each year and only the very greatest ones are joining those eight inducted shows.

 

-> In 2013 the following productions have been added to the Serieskiller Hall of Fame:

– Becker [CBS] (41% of the votes)

– Rome [HBO] (66% of the votes)

– Six Feet Under [HBO] (79% of the votes)

 

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