Star Trek: Discovery Wins Big at the 45th Annual Saturn Awards
Star Trek: Discovery didn’t just win an Emmy this weekend, they also won big at The 45th Annual Saturn Awards!
Comicbook.com reported the results from the ceremony, and Discovery came away winning all the categories in which it was nominated. It was nominated five times, across three categories: Best Actress in a Streaming Presentation, Best Supporting Actor in a Streaming Presentation, and Best Streaming Science Fiction, Action, or Fantasy Series. Sonequa Martin-Green won for Best Actress, beating out Carla Gugino, Elizabeth Lail, Natasha Lyonne, Molly Parker, Krysten Ritter, and Kiernan Shipka. Doug Jones won for Best Supporting Actor, beating out Discovery co-stars Wilson Cruz and Ethan Peck, as well as Michiel Huisman, Timothy Hutton, Maxwell Jenkins, and Michael Sheen. In the series category, Discovery beat out Black Mirror, The Expanse, Lost in Space, Good Omens, Russian Doll, and Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan.
The Saturn Awards are presented annually by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films. This year’s awards took place last Friday, September 13th, at Avalon Hollywood.
This article was written for the podcast Daily Star Trek News.
Alison Pitt is the writer, producer, and host of Daily Star Trek News, on the Roddenberry Podcast Network. A veteran Star Trek podcaster, she started her career on the weekly show Priority One: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast in 2015. She has appeared on panels at Star Trek Las Vegas, WonderCon, and San Diego Comic Con.