'Enterprise' Nominated For Saturn AwardBy Carolina
February 10, 2005 - 10:47 PM
Nominations for the Saturn Awards were announced yesterday, and both Enterprise and Voyager received nods.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Academy of Science Fiction Fantasy and Horror Films has recognized Enterprise with a Saturn Awards nomination. The show yesterday picked up a nod in the Best Network Television Series category. Unlike previous years, none of the actors were nominated. The show has received 11 Saturn nominations in the past, along with one win in the Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series category for Jolene Blalock.
Nominees in the same category as Enterprise include ABC's Alias and Lost; the WB's Angel and Smallville; and CBS's CSI. Enterprise last year lost to CSI and Angel, as both shows shared the award for Best Network Television Series.
Voyager also received a Saturn nomination for Best DVD Release. During its run, the show was nominated three times for Best Television Network Series. The original Star Trek was nominated for best DVD Retro Release.
Meanwhile, the Costume Designers Guild will be presenting costume designer Robert Fletcher with the Lancel Career Achievement in Television's lifetime achievement award. With over 40 years of experience, Fletcher has contributed to more than 30 television shows, including multiple Star Trek television series.
The 31st Annual Saturn Awards will take place on the 3rd of May. Check out the full list of nominations for full details. The Costume Designers Guild Awards will be presented on February 19th. Thank you to Trek Web for this!