List of awards and nominations received by Battlestar Galactica

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Awards and nominations received by the 2004 TV series Battlestar Galactica.

Wins[edit]

2005[edit]

2006[edit]

2007[edit]

  • ALMA Awards, Outstanding Actor in a TV series, mini-series, or TV movie, Edward James Olmos
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series ("Exodus, Part 2")
  • RedEye, Best TV Character, Kara Thrace a.k.a. Starbuck[4]
  • Saturn Awards, Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series
  • VES Awards, Outstanding Models and Miniatures in a Broadcast Program ("Resurrection Ship, Part 2")
  • VES Awards, Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Series, Commercial, or Music Video ("Exodus, Part 1")

2008[edit]

  • ALMA Awards, Outstanding Actor in a Drama Television Series, Edward James Olmos
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Special Class - Short-format Live-action Entertainment Programs ("Razor Featurette #4")
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series ("He That Believeth in Me")
  • VES Awards, Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Miniseries, Movie or Special (Razor)

2009[edit]

  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Sound Editing For A Series ("Daybreak: Part 2")[5]
  • Golden Reel Awards, Best Sound Editing - Short Form Sound Effects and Foley in Television ("He That Believeth in Me")
  • Saturn Awards, Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series
  • Saturn Awards, Best Television Actor, Edward James Olmos
  • Saturn Awards, Best Television Actress, Mary McDonnell
  • Television Critics Association Awards, Program of the Year
  • VES Award, Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Series ("BSG space battle, season four")

Nominations[edit]

2005[edit]

  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series ("33")
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series ("The Hand of God")
  • Nebula Awards, Best Script ("Act of Contrition/You Can't Go Home Again" by Carla Robinson & Bradley Thompson & David Weddle)
  • VES Awards, Outstanding Performance by an Animated Character in a Live Act on Broadcast Program ("33")

2006[edit]

  • ALMA Awards, Outstanding Actor in a Television Series, Edward James Olmos
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series ("Resurrection Ship, Part 2")
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Costumes for a Series ("Lay Down Your Burdens, Part 2")
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series ("Scattered")
  • Hugo Awards, Best Dramatic Presentation - Short Form ("Pegasus")
  • Nebula Awards, Best Script ("Unfinished Business" by Michael Taylor)
  • Scream Awards, Most Heroic Performance, Edward James Olmos as Commander William Adama
  • Scream Awards, Breakout Performance, Tricia Helfer as Number Six
  • Scream Awards, Breakout Performance, Katee Sackhoff as Starbuck
  • Saturn Awards, Best Supporting Actor on Television, Jamie Bamber
  • Saturn Awards, Best Television Release on DVD (Season 1)
  • Saturn Awards, Best Television Release on DVD (Season 2.0)
  • VES Awards, Outstanding Animated Character in a Live Action Broadcast Program, Commercial, or Music Video (Cylon in "Valley of Darkness")

2007[edit]

  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series ("Exodus, Part 2")
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series ("Occupation/Precipice")
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series ("Exodus, Part 2")
  • Hugo Awards, Best Dramatic Presentation - Short Form ("Downloaded")
  • Saturn Awards, Best Actor in a Television Program, Edward James Olmos
  • Saturn Awards, Best Actress in a Television Program, Katee Sackhoff
  • Saturn Awards, Best Supporting Actor in a Television Program, James Callis
  • Scream Awards, The Ultimate Scream
  • Scream Awards, Best Television Show
  • Spacey Awards, Favourite Character You Love to Hate, Gaius Baltar
  • VES Awards, Outstanding Animated Character in a Live Action Broadcast Program, Commercial or Music Video ("Downloaded")
  • VES Awards, Outstanding Compositing in a Broadcast Program, Commercial or Music Video ("Resurrection Ship, Part 2")
  • Writers Guild of America, Television Award ("Occupation/Precipice")

2008[edit]

  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Cinematography for a One Hour Series (Razor)
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (one-hour) (Razor)
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (half-hour) and Animation (Razor)
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series ("Six of One")
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Single-camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series ("He That Believeth in Me")
  • Hugo Awards, Best Dramatic Presentation - Short Form (Razor)
  • People's Choice Awards, Favorite Sci-Fi Show
  • Saturn Awards, Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series
  • Saturn Awards, Best Television Presentation (Razor)
  • Saturn Awards, Best Television Actor, Edward James Olmos
  • Scream Awards, Best Television Actress, Tricia Helfer
  • Scream Awards, Best Television Actor, Edward James Olmos
  • Scream Awards, Best Television Show
  • VES Awards, Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Series ("Maelstrom")

2009[edit]

  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series ("Daybreak: Part 2")
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series ("Daybreak: Part 2")
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour) ("Daybreak: Part 2")
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Special Visual Effects For A Series ("Daybreak: Part 2")
  • Emmy Awards, Outstanding Special Class - Short-format Live-Action Entertainment Programs ("Battlestar Galactica: The Face of the Enemy")
  • Hugo Awards, Best Dramatic Presentation - Short Form ("Revelations")
  • Saturn Awards, Best Television Supporting Actress, Katee Sackhoff
  • Scream Awards, Best Ensemble
  • Scream Awards, Best Science Fiction Actress, Katee Sackhoff
  • VES Awards, Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Series

Other honors[edit]

2005[edit]

2006[edit]

  • American Film Institute's Top 10 Television Shows of the Year[11]
  • Time's Best of 2006: Television (#7)[12]
  • Chicago Tribune's Top 10 TV shows of 2006[13]
  • Entertainment Weekly's Top 10 TV Shows of 2006 (#3)[12]
  • Metacritic's Top TV shows of 2006 (#2)
  • Arizona Republic's Top 10 TV shows of 2006 (#7)
  • Newsday's Top 10 TV Shows of 2006 (#3)[12]
  • Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Top 10 TV shows of 2006 (#3)
  • San Jose Mercury-News's Top TV shows of 2006 (#5)
  • Salon.com Buffy Award for Season 3 of Battlestar Galactica "the most underappreciated show in all of TV land"
  • TV Guide's Top 10 TV Shows of 2006 (#5)[12]

2007[edit]

2008[edit]

2009[edit]

  • Time "Top 10 TV Series of 2009" (#5)[25]
  • AOL's 50 Best TV Dramas Ever (#12)[26]
  • TV Guide "Top 100 [U.S.] Episodes of All-Time (2009)". (Blood on the Scales, #43)

2010[edit]

  • Boston.com "Top 50 Science Fiction Television Shows of All Time" (#1)[27]

2011[edit]

  • IGN.com "Top 50 Sci-Fi Shows" (#1) [28]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  3. ^ "Battlestar Galactica: "Exodus, Part 2" Advance Review". 2006-10-19. Retrieved 2006-10-27. 
  4. ^ "Starbuck Wins!". RedEye. Retrieved May 20, 2008. [dead link]
  5. ^ "2009 Creative Arts Emmy winners press release". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved September 13, 2009. [dead link]
  6. ^ "AFI AWARDS 2005". American Film Institute. 2005. Retrieved January 18, 2009. 
  7. ^ Poniewozik, James (December 16, 2005). "Best of 2005: Television". Time. Retrieved May 20, 2008. 
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  13. ^ Ryan, Maureen (December 14, 2006). "The Top 10 shows of 2006 (and 10 runners up)". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved January 18, 2009. 
  14. ^ Poniewozik, James (September 6, 2007). "The 100 Best TV Shows of All-TIME". Time. Retrieved December 8, 2008. 
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  21. ^ "Tubey Award Winners: The Shows". Television Without Pity. September 16, 2008. Retrieved December 26, 2008. 
  22. ^ "Tubey Award Winners: The Acting". Television Without Pity. September 16, 2008. Retrieved December 26, 2008. 
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  26. ^ "50 Best TV Dramas Ever". AOL. Retrieved April 16, 2009. 
  27. ^ "Top 50 Science Fiction Television Shows of All Time". Boston.com. September 14, 2005. Retrieved November 10, 2010. 
  28. ^ "Top 50 Sci-Fi TV Shows". IGN.com. Retrieved February 21, 2011.