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Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul Win Saturn Awards

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Yesterday, The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films held its 38th annual Saturn Awards in Burbank, California. Breaking Bad took home the award for Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series, and Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul were honored with awards for Best Actor on Television and Best Supporting Actor on Television, respectively.

The series bested stiff competition for this year’s award: F/X’s American Horror Story, TNT’s The Closer and Leverage, Showtime’s Dexter, and HBO’s True Blood. Cranston competed with Game of Thrones‘ Sean Bean, Dexter‘s Michael C. Hall, Leverage‘s Timothy Hutton, and American Horror Story‘s Dylan McDermott, while Paul was up against Breaking Bad castmate Giancarlo Esposito, Kit Harington of Game of Thrones, Joel Kinnaman of AMC’s The Killing, John Noble of Fringe, Bill Pullman of Torchwood: Miracle Day, and Norman Reedus of AMC’s The Walking Dead.

The win was one of six total awards for AMC that night, with The Walking Dead taking home two trophies and The Killing picking up one.

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