Breaking Bad Wins Saturn Award


On Thursday, the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films held its 37th annual Saturn Awards in Burbank, California, and Breaking Bad was honored to take home the prize for Best Syndicated/Cable Series.

Breaking Bad — which also won the category last year along with Aaron Paul, who won Best Supporting Actor on Television — faced heavy competition for this year’s award: TNT’s The Closer and Leverage, Showtime’s Dexter, SyFy’s Eureka, Starz’ Spartacus: Blood and Sand and HBO’s True Blood were also nominated.

Also a big winner at last night’s ceremony was AMC’s drama The Walking Dead, which walked home with the trophy for Best Television Presentation. In addition, the series’ Writer/Director/Executive Producer Frank Darabont received the prestigious George Pal Memorial Award for his twenty-five year body of genre work. Click here to learn more about The Walking Dead‘s awards.

Breaking Bad Season 4 premieres Sun., Jul. 17 at 10PM | 9C on AMC.

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