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The Walking Dead and Robert Kirkman Win Saturn Awards

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Last night the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films held its 38th annual Saturn Awards in Burbank, California, and The Walking Dead was honored to take home the prize for Best Television Presentation. In addition, the series’ Writer and Executive Producer Robert Kirkman received the Academy’s inaugural Innovators Award, which was presented to him by The Walking Dead‘s show runner Glen Mazzara.

The Walking Dead faced heavy competition for this year’s award: TNT’s Falling Skies, Starz’s Camelot and Torchwood: Miracle Day, HBO’s Game of Thrones and The Science Channel’s Trek Nation were also nominated.

Also a big winner at last night’s ceremony was AMC’s drama Breaking Bad — which won the trophy for Best Syndicate/Cable series, Best TV Actor (Bryan Cranston) and Best Supporting TV Actor (Aaron Paul) — as well as The Killing‘s Michelle Forbes, who won for Best TV Supporting Actress.

Click here to learn more about The Killing‘s Saturn win.

Click here to learn more about Breaking Bad‘s Saturn wins.

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