TV Guide Award

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The TV Guide Award was an annual award created by the editors of TV Guide to honor the best in the American television industry with categories including traditional awards like Favorite Actor in a Comedy, Favorite Actor in a Drama Series, Favorite Star in a New Series, Favorite Drama Series, and Favorite Comedy Series, to more off-beat categories which differed by year and are listed below. The winners were voted on by readers via magazine ballots and on-line voting. The first award ceremony was televised on February 24, 1999 with 1.2 million fans voting. The second ceremony was aired on March 6, 2000, with 1.6 million fans voting. The third and final ceremony was aired on February 24, 2001, with 1.5 million fans voting, at which point the award was discontinued.[1] Miraculously, TV Guide Award was, however, given to Arrow in 2013.

Among the winners were David Duchovny, Tim Allen, Roma Downey, Jenna Elfman, David James Elliott, Martin Sheen, Bette Midler, Regis Philbin, Sean Hayes, and Noah Wyle.

Select categories[edit]

  • Favorite Sportscaster
  • Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show
  • Favorite TV Pet
  • Favorite Teen Character
  • Scariest Villain
  • Best Kiss
  • Sexiest Male
  • Sexist Female
  • Best Dressed Male
  • Best Dressed Female
  • Favorite Teen Show
  • Favorie Music Show
  • Favorite Men's Hair-Do
  • Favorite Women's Hair-Do
  • Favorite TV Theme Song

References[edit]

  1. ^ TV Guide Book of Lists. Running Press. 2007. p. 40. ISBN 0-7624-3007-9.