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Category Archives: Heroes Awards and Nominations
Via: Denvention 3, the 66th World Science Fiction Convention, has announced the ballot for the 2008 Hugo Awards. Nominations were made by the members of last year’s World Science Fiction Convention, held in Yokohama, and this year’s, to be held in Denver. Members of the 2008 convention will have until July 1, 2008, to vote on this ballot. Winners will be announced and trophies awarded at Denvention’s Hugo Awards Ceremony on Saturday, August 9.
The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films (aka the Saturns) has announced the nominations for the 34th Annual Saturn Awards, and Heroes landed five nominations, though it was beaten out by Lost with seven nominations, and tied with Showtime’s grisly Dexter with five. Among its five nominations, Heroes scored one for Best Network Television Series and a Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series nod for Greg Grunberg (Matt Parkman), but he’ll have to fight it out with fellow Hero Masi Oka (Hiro Nakamura), who is nominated in the same category. Also, cheerleader Hayden Panettiere (Claire Bennet) cheered her way to a Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series nomination.
Heroes didn’t fare so well in Awards Season during its first year on the air, but at least it nabbed some prestigious nominations for its cast and crew. Not so much for Season 2. So far, the Golden Globes and the Screen Actors Guild have announced their nominations, and Heroes is batting 0 for 2, with the show’s lone nomination so far being “Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series” (whatever that is) at the SAG Awards.
Francisco over at SeriesBlog has posted a number of videos of the Heroes cast at the Emmys from last night. One has the Heroes cast being introduced by host Ryan Seacrest, and three more featuring Ali Larter, Hayden Panettiere, and Masi Oka introducing separate categories. For some reason, they had Masi standing up in front of a latpop like an IT geek. Gee, stereotype much, Emmy?
So I waded through three hours of bad comedy and poorly thought out skits for this??? At the end of the day, Heroes failed to capture wins for the two most prestigious categories for which it was nominated — Best Supporting Actor for Masi Oka (losing to Terry O’Quinn of Lost) and Best Drama for the show (losing to The Sopranos). Instead, the Emmys did what they always do — reward the same group of people and shows that they always do because, when you come right down to it, much of the people that make up Hollywood has no imagination.
Bad news, guys.
Masi Oka has lost the Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series to Terry O’Quinn from Lost.
The biggest category for Heroes is Best Drama, which will usually be awarded at the end of the broadcast. So there’s a long wait to go…
Will Masi Oka and the cast of Heroes get a chance to go on stage and scream, “YATTA!!!” tonight at the 59th Primetime Emmy Awards? (For those who don’t know, the Emmys will run LIVE on FOX at 7:00 p.m. You can go there now to catch the pre-show, well, show.) We’ll have to wait and see when the winners are announced, which, if you know your Hollywood Awards shows, will be a looooooong time. I will update this entry whenever winners for the relevant categories have been announcted.
The Emmys won’t be giving away statuettes until September 16 (good luck, Masi!), but Pre-Emmy parties are being held everywhere over the weekend, and one was held for the cast (and we presume, crew) of Heroes. Everyone who is everyone was there, and the net was filled with pictures from the event, hosted by Vanity Fair and Perry Ellis.
The 59th annual Emmy Awards has made their official announcement of this year’s nominees, and Heroes and its cast and crew joined in on the fun. Heroes the show was nominated for a host of categories, while Masi Oka landed a solo nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series. Here are the list of categories Heroes was nominated in (the most important, of course, is the Outstanding Drama Series, i.e. the Best Drama Series, easily the most prestigious Awards of the entire night):
Heroes news is hard to come by today (or at least, nothing of real note), so here’s old news that Heroes nabbed some nominations for the Teen Choice Awards, which I’m assuming was created for, um, teens. But since Paris Hilton was also nominated for some reason, I’m going to go out on a limb and say that the Teen Choice Awards is really, well, not that important. But that shouldn’t stop you from watching the awards show live August 26 on FOX anyway. (Unless, of course, you got better things to do…) Head on below to see the categories for which Heroes was nominated.