Geektown Awards – Best New & Returning Procedural Or Medical Drama

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03 Jan 21

Geektown Awards – Best New & Returning Procedural Or Medical Drama

Two more new categories for this year, the ‘Best New and Best Returning Procedural Or Medical Drama’ categories. Procedural and Medical dramas are something of a staple of UK tv. Whether it’s watching a big-city fire chief navigating a new culture, a prisoner learning the law to fight for his rights, or the son of a serial killer trying to discover the truth, there is plenty of variety to find in this genre of drama. Here are the shows you voted for.

Best New Procedural Or Medical Drama

Nominees: 9-1-1: Lone Star – Sky Witness, FBI: Most Wanted – Sky Witness, For Life – Sky Witness, Prodigal Son – Sky One, We Hunt Together – Alibi, Young Wallander – Netflix

Bronze: Young Wallander – Netflix

Silver: Prodigal Son – Sky One (FOX)

And the Gold goes to …

Winner: FBI: Most Wanted – Sky Witness (CBS)

Spinning off from Dick Wolf’s hugely popular parent series, FBI: Most Wanted is a high-stakes drama that focuses on the Fugitive Task Force, which relentlessly tracks and captures the notorious criminals on the Bureau’s Most Wanted list. Seasoned agent Jess LaCroix oversees the highly skilled team that functions as a mobile undercover unit that is always out in the field, pursuing those who are most desperate to elude justice.

Julian McMahon (‘Runaways’, ‘Nip/Tuck’) leads the cast as Jess LaCroix, FBI Supervisory Special Agent, an “agent’s agent” at the top of his game. He oversees the team from the FBI’s Most Wanted Unit, which is assigned the most extreme and egregious cases. The aforementioned team includes Roxy Sternberg (‘Absentia’, ‘Mars’) as FBI Special Agent and Second-in-Command Sheryll Barnes, Kellan Lutz (‘The Comeback’, ‘The Twilight Saga’) as FBI Special Agent Kenny Crosby, Keisha Castle-Hughes (‘Game of Thrones’) as FBI Analyst Hana Gibson, and Nathaniel Arcand (‘Heartland’, ‘Black Summer’) as FBI Special Agent Clinton Skye.

FBI: Most Wanted‘ Season 1 aired on Sky Witness in the UK, and a 2nd Season premiered in November on CBS in the USA, so will premiere here in 2021.

Best Returning Procedural Or Medical Drama

Nominees: 9-1-1 – Sky Witness, Bull – FOX (UK), Bulletproof – Sky One, Chicago Fire – Sky Witness, Chicago Med – Sky Witness, Chicago PD – Sky Witness, Criminal UK – Netflix, FBI – Sky Witness, Grey’s Anatomy – Sky Witness, NCIS – FOX (UK), NCIS: Los Angeles – Sky One, NCIS: New Orleans – FOX (UK), SEAL Team – Sky One, The Blacklist – Sky One, The Resident – Sky Witness

Bronze: NCIS – FOX (CBS)

Silver: The Blacklist – Sky One (NBC)

And the Gold goes to …

Winner: Grey’s Anatomy – Sky Witness (ABC)

After 17 Seasons, ABC’s monolithic medical drama Grey’s Anatomy is still going strong, and solidified its place in US television history as the longest-running primetime medical drama ever.

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ is a high-intensity medical drama which follows Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) and the team of doctors at Grey Sloan Memorial who are faced with life-or-death decisions on a daily basis. They seek comfort from one another, and, at times, more than just friendship. Together they discover that neither medicine nor relationships can be defined in black and white.

The 17th Season, which began airing in November in the USA, has not shied away from current global events, setting the opening episode one month into the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s all-hands-on-deck as Meredith, Bailey and the rest of the Grey Sloan doctors find themselves on the frontlines of a new era. Meanwhile, an unintentionally started fire has first responders from Station 19 bringing patients into the hospital for treatment.

Grey’s Anatomy‘ airs on Sky Witness in the UK, with Season 17 set to premiere at some point in 2021.