We are back! Welcome to the 8th Annual Geektown Awards, which returns once again to give you, the residents and visitors to Geektown, the chance to vote on your favourite shows, films and games of the last 12 months.
Not only that, by voting, you’ll be entered into our MASSIVE AWARDS GIVEAWAY, where you could win a ridiculously HUGE box of geeky goodies! Along with the massive main prize, we also have an awesome Mystery Box runner-up prize too!
2018 has been another phenomenal year of tv programming on both sides of the Atlantic, but we want to know what YOU liked the best. The Geektown Awards gives you the chance to pick the shows you found yourself binge-watching until 3 am. Or the film you had to see so badly, you went to the midnight screening. Or the game you’ve played so much, you’re afraid to look at your ‘hours played’ stats.
All you have to do is fill out the form below, and you’ll be entered into the prize draw for the MASSIVE AWARDS GIVEAWAY worth over £700! And even if you miss out on winning the main prize, you’re still in with a chance to win our Mystery Box runner-up prize worth over £125!
The 2019 MASSIVE GEEKTOWN AWARDS GIVEAWAY!
As we enter our 14th year bringing you all the latest air date info and tv entertainment news, so we wanted to make this year’s GT Awards our biggest yet! The main prize package this time around is HUGE, and features lots of new gadgets to help expand your tv viewing experience, along with some amazingly cool geeky books, toys and other bits & bobs, to make 2020 your geekiest year yet! Not only that, we’re giving a runner-up prize, which is a Mystery Box packed full of geeky toys and goodies!
It’s really easy to enter – All you have to do is vote by filling out the form on this page and you’ll be entered into the prize draw! That’s it!
The Geektown Radio Launch Podcast
As some of you may already be aware, we have a weekly podcast coving all the latest television news, film news and gaming across the UK. We did a special show for the launch of the Geektown Awards this year, where you can here myself and Bex from TristaBytes discuss which shows we would choose from the list. So if you’re struggling to make your mind up, or just fancy hearing what our favourite shows of the year were, give it a listen below! If you like it and want more, you can click here to subscribe to the Geektown Radio podcast on iTunes or click here for the RSS feed.
The 2019 Annual Geektown Awards
Vote on the best tv shows, films and games of 2019, and your most anticipated tv shows, films and games of 2020.
Welcome to the Geektown Awards. To enter, you just need to fill out the contact details below and select your answers. PLEASE NOTE: We only ask for your contact details to allow us to get in touch should you win one of the prizes. They are NEVER used for marketing purposes. Winners will be contacted by a phone call in early January 2020. For full terms and conditions, please click here.
How We Picked The Shortlists
So, you may be looking at the list below thinking “why isn’t X TV Show/Movie on there?”… There are 2 reasons for this.
Firstly, we can’t have every show/movie/game released this year on the list, so we had to cut it down. This was done by the getting the Geektown staff to vote on a “long list” and make suggestions until the list was a more manageable, “shortlist”, size. I’m sure some of you will have opinions on our shortlists, so feel free to add your comments below on this page.
Secondly, eligible shows need to have premiered on a broadcaster or streaming service in the UK between 1st Dec 2018 and 30th Nov 2019.
THE COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED AND THE WINNERS HAVE BEEN CONTACTED. COME BACK NEXT YEAR!
Best New Non-Sci-fi Drama
Nominees: New Amsterdam – Amazon Prime/E4, Flack – W, Dead To Me – Netflix, The Morning Show – Apple TV+, The Capture – BBC One, You – Netflix
Bronze: The Capture – BBC One
Silver: Dead To Me – Netflix
Gold: You – Netflix
Best Returning Non-Sci-fi Drama
Nominees: Big Little Lies – Sky Atlantic, Billions – Sky Atlantic, Jack Ryan – Amazon, Line of Duty – BBC One, Mindhunter – Netflix, Orange Is The New Black – Netflix, Peaky Blinders – BBC One, Poldark – BBC One, Succession – Sky Atlantic
Bronze: Jack Ryan – Amazon
Silver: Peaky Blinders – BBC One
Gold: Line of Duty – BBC One
Best Limited Series
Nominees: Catch 22 – Channel 4, Catherine the Great – Sky Atlantic, Chernobyl – Sky Atlantic, Escape At Dannemora – Sky Atlantic, Good Omens – Amazon Prime, MotherFatherSon – BBC Two, Unbelievable – Netflix, World On Fire – BBC One
Bronze: Unbelievable – Netflix
Silver: Good Omens – Amazon Prime
Gold: Chernobyl – Sky Atlantic
Best New Comedy Series
Nominees: After Life – Netflix, Brassic – Sky One, Living With Yourself – Netflix, Russian Doll – Netflix, Sex Education – Netflix, This Time With Alan Partridge – BBC Two, Upright – Sky One, What We Do In The Shadows – BBC Two
Bronze: Brassic – Sky One
Silver: What We Do In The Shadows – BBC Two
Gold: After Life – Netflix
Best Returning Comedy Series
Nominees: Atypical – Netflix, Barry – Sky Atlantic, Brooklyn Nine-Nine – E4, Derry Girls – Channel 4, Fleabag – BBC Three/BBC One, Grace and Frankie – Netflix, Silicon Valley – Sky Atlantic, The Good Place – Netflix, The Orville – FOX (UK), Veep – Sky Atlantic
Bronze: The Good Place – Netflix
Silver: Derry Girls – Channel 4
Gold: Fleabag – BBC Three/BBC One
Best New Sci-fi/Fantasy Series
Nominees: Black Summer – Netflix, Carnival Row – Amazon Prime, Curfew – Sky One, For All Mankind – Apple TV+, His Dark Materials – BBC One, See – Apple TV+, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance – Netflix, The Kingdom – Netflix
Bronze: The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance – Netflix
Silver: Carnival Row – Amazon Prime
Gold: His Dark Materials – BBC One
Best Returning Sci-fi/Fantasy Series
Nominees: American Gods – Amazon Prime, American Horror Story – FOX (UK), Black Mirror – Netflix, Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina – Netflix, Star Trek: Discovery – Netflix, The Expanse – Amazon Prime, The Handmaid’s Tale – Channel 4, The OA – Netflix, Stranger Things – Netflix
Bronze: Star Trek: Discovery – Netflix
Silver: The Handmaid’s Tale – Channel 4
Gold: Stranger Things – Netflix
Best New Comic Book Series
Nominees: Pennyworth – Starzplay, Raising Dion – Netflix, Swamp Thing – Amazon Prime, The Boys – Amazon Prime, The Umbrella Academy – Netflix, Titans – Netflix, Watchmen – Sky Atlantic
Bronze: The Umbrella Academy – Netflix
Silver: The Boys – Amazon Prime
Gold: Watchmen – Sky Atlantic
Best Returning Comic Book Series
Nominees: Agents of SHIELD – E4, Arrow – Sky One, Gotham – E4, iZombie – Netflix, Legends Of Tomorrow – Sky One, Supergirl – Sky One, The Flash – Sky One, The Punisher – Netflix, The Walking Dead – Fox
Bronze: Gotham – E4
Silver: Agents of SHIELD – E4
Gold: The Walking Dead – Fox
British TV Show of the Year
Nominees: Brassic – Sky One, Call The Midwife – BBC One, Flack – W, Good Omens – Amazon Prime, Line of Duty – BBC One, Peaky Blinders – BBC One, Poldark – BBC One, Temple – Sky One, The Capture – BBC One, World On Fire – BBC One
Bronze: Good Omens – Amazon Prime
Silver: Peaky Blinders – BBC One
Gold: Line of Duty – BBC One
Best Male Performance in a TV Show
Nominees: Brian Cox – Succession, Damian Lewis – Billions, Jason Momoa – See, Kit Harrington – Game Of Thrones, Penn Badgley – You, Steve Carell – The Morning Show
Bronze: Brian Cox – Succession
Silver: Damian Lewis – Billions
Gold: Kit Harrington – Game Of Thrones
Best Female Performance in a TV Show
Nominees: Emilia Clarke – Game Of Thrones, Jean Smart – Watchmen, Jodie Comer – Killing Eve, Merritt Weaver – Unbelievable, Olivia Colman – The Crown, Regina King – Watchmen
Bronze: Olivia Colman – The Crown
Silver: Emilia Clarke – Game Of Thrones
Gold: Jodie Comer – Killing Eve
Geektown’s Game Of The Year
Nominees: Apex Legends, Call Of Duty Modern Warfare, Death Stranding, Disco Elysium, Gears 5, Metro Exodus, Planet Zoo, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, The Outer Worlds
Bronze: Gears 5
Silver: Call Of Duty Modern Warfare
Gold: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Geektown’s Movie Of The Year
Nominees: Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel, Deadwood The Movie, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, Joker, Spider-Man: Far From Home, The Lion King
Bronze: The Lion King
Gold: Avengers: Endgame
The Most Anticipated TV Series Of 2020
Nominees: Avenue 5, Doom Patrol, Star Trek: Picard, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, The Mandalorian, The Nevers, The Witcher
Bronze: The Mandalorian
Silver: The Witcher
Gold: Star Trek: Picard
The Most Anticipated Game Of 2020
Nominees: Beyond Good & Evil 2, Cyberpunk 2077, Halo Infinite, Marvel’s Avengers, Psychonauts 2, System Shock, The Last of Us Part II, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2, Watch Dogs Legion
Bronze: Halo Infinite
Silver: The Last of Us Part II
Gold: Marvel’s Avengers
The Most Anticipated Movie Of 2020
Nominees: Artemis Fowl, Bill & Ted Face the Music, Birds of Prey, Black Widow, Dune, Ghostbusters 2020, The Eternals, Top Gun: Maverick, Uncharted, Wonder Woman 1984
Bronze: Black Widow
Silver: Bill & Ted Face the Music
Gold: Top Gun: Maverick
The winners of the Annual Geektown Awards are determined by public votes cast on geektown.co.uk from the shortlists selected by the Geektown staff.
Anyone can vote, BUT to win the prize you:
Must be based in the UK (including Northern Ireland.)
Must be over the age of 12.
There will be 2 winners picked from valid entries using the form on this page – one for the main prize, and one for the runner-up prize.
The competition closed on 31st December 2019.
Click here to read the full rules for competitions on Geektown.