'Enterprise', Blalock Win Spacey Awards

By Michelle
May 30, 2005 - 3:28 PM

Star Trek: Enterprise was named favourite television series and Jolene Blalock took the award for favourite female television character for her role as T'Pol at the third annual Spacey Awards on Sunday night.

Space: The Imagination Station announced the full list of awards, which also honoured former Star Trek producer Ron Moore's Battlestar Galactica in the category of limited television series.

Enterprise's award was collected by Scott Bakula (Archer). In comments at the National Post, Blalock said, "It's a shame and saddens me that the show is over and will no longer be, but this is a rather nice way to go out." Her award was her third straight win in her category.

Blalock and Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Forrest) also presented awards, for favourite male television character and favourite Canadian TV series respectively. Both were accepted by Stargate SG-1 stars: Richard Dean Anderson for his performance as Jack O'Neill, and Christopher Judge for the series.

In something of an upset, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban won favourite film, beating The Incredibles (which had won best animated feature), I, Robot, Shrek 2 and Spider-Man 2. Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow won the category of best science fiction and fantasy movie as well as the special effects award.

A complete list of awards is here.

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