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Babylon 5 Awards


This section contains most of the awards or nominations that Babylon5 has received (from '93 to the start of '98).


1993
The Pilot episode won an Emmy for Special Visual Effects.
The Pilot episode was nominated for a Hugo award.
1994
An Emmy for Makeup for the epsiode "Parliament of Dreams".

The 1994 Space Frontier Foundation Award for "Best Vision of the Future" from the National Association of Space Scientists, Astronauts and Engineers.

The 1994 Jewish Televimage Award.
Five English Media Cult TV Awards from England (including for "Best New Series").
1995
The Episode "Acts of Sacrifice" received an Emmy nomination for Individual Achievement in Makeup For a Series.
The Episode "Geometry of Shadows" received an Emmy nomination for Individual Achievement in Cinematography For a Series.
The Episode "Geometry of Shadows" received an Emmy nomination for Individual Achievement in Hairstyling For a Series.
The Sci-Fi Universe 1995 Reader's Choice Award ("Best Actor in a Genre TV Series") for star Bruce Boxleitner (shared with David Duchovny of "The X-Files").
The Sci-Fi Universe 1995 Reader's Choice Award ("Best Supporting Actor in a Genre TV Series") for star Andreas Katsulas.
1996
The Hugo Award for "Best Dramatic Presentation" awarded to the episode "The Coming of Shadows".
The 1996 Space Frontier Foundation Award for "Best Vision of the Future" from the National Association of Space Scientists, Astronauts and Engineers for the epsisode "The Fall of Night".
S.F.X. Magazine Best TV Episode of '95 for the episode "The Fall of Night". S.F.X.
Magazine Best Toy/Model of '95 for the Babylon 5 MicroMachines series.
The Sci-Fi Channel Viewers Choice Poll for Best SF Show.
The Sci-Fi Universe 1996 Reader's Choice Award ("Best Genre TV Series").
The Sci-Fi Universe 1996 Reader's Choice Award ("Best Special Effects in a Genre TV Series").
The Sci-Fi Universe 1996 Reader's Choice Award ("Best Actor in a Genre TV Series") for star Bruce Boxleitner.
The Sci-Fi Universe 1996 Reader's Choice Award ("Best Supporting Actor in a Genre TV Series") for star Peter Jurasik.
The Sci-Fi Universe 1996 Reader's Choice Award ("Best Supporting Actoress in a Genre TV Series") for star Mira Furlan.
The Science Fiction Weekly Reader Appreciation Award for "Best Dramatic Presentation" awarded to the episode "The Fall of Night".
1997
American Cinema Foundation's 1997 E Pluribus Unum award for "Television Series, Drama".
S.F.X. Magazine Best SF/Fantasy TV Show of '96.
S.F.X. Magazine Best SF/Fantasy TV Episode of '96 for the episode "Z'ha'dum", the episode "Severed Dreams" was runner-up and "War Without End" was second runner-up.
S.F.X. Magazine Best SF/Fantasy Actor of '96 awarded to Andreas Katsulas, Bruce Boxleitner was runner-up.
S.F.X. Magazine Best SF/Fantasy Theme Music of '96.
S.F.X. Magazine Best SF/Fantsy TV Show or Film Opening Credits for the Season 3 credits.
S.F.X. Magazine Hall of Fame for Contributions to SF/Fantasy TV in 1996 to JMS.
"Best SF Television Series of All Time" from Dreamwatch Magazine.
A "Best Dramatic Presentation" Hugo nomination for "Severed Dreams".
An Emmy nomination for "The Summoning" for "Outstanding Makeup for a Series".
Winner of TV Guide's "Best SF Show" poll (28% of vote).
The Hugo Award for "Best Dramatic Presentation" awarded to the episode "Severed Dreams".
1998
The Sci-Fi Universe 1998 Reader's Choice Award ("Best Sci-Fi TV Series").
An Emmy nominiation for "In the Beginning" for "Best Makeup for a Series".
1999
Three Saturn award nominations; "Best Series on Syndicated/Cable Television", "Best Actor in a TV Series" (Bruce Boxleitner) and "Best Actress in a TV Series" (Claudia Christian).
The SWFA's Ray Bradbury Award for Dramatic Screenwriting to J. Michael Straczynski for his work on Babylon 5.
A Hugo nominiation for "Sleeping in Light" for "Best Dramatic Presentation"



If there are any awards / nominations that I have missed out, please let me know at: David.Boyd@isnnews.net

 
 
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