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Update: The Last of Us won the Saturn award for Best Horror Television Series and Superman & Lois season 3 won for Best Superhero Television Series.

Update: Corrected some of the winners which are different from those listed on the Wikipedia page last night.

HBO phenom The Last of Us and past winners Star Trek: Strange New Worlds and Superman & Lois are up for Saturn Awards today, along with their leads: Pedro Pascal, Bella Ramsey, Anson Mount, Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch.

All three shows film in Canada, which has long been a place where genre shows are made.

Related: Superman & Lois, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds and The Boys Win Saturn Awards

Season One of Alberta-shot The Last of Us is nominated for Best New Genre Television series, Best Horror Television Series, Best Actor – Pedro Pascal, Best Actress – Bella Ramsey and Best Guest Star – Nick Offerman.

Season 2 of Toronto-shot Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is nominated forr Best Science Fiction Television Series , Best Actor – Anson Mount, Best Supporting Actor – Ethan Peck, Best Supporting Actress – Jess Bush, Best Supporting Actress – Celia Rose Gooding and Best Guest Star – Paul Wesley.

Season 3 of Vancouver-shot Superman & Lois is nominated for Best Superhero Television Series, Best Actor – Tyler Hoechlin and Best Actress – Elizabeth Tulloch.

Best New Genre Television Series:
Star Wars: AndorWinner.
The Ark
The Last of Us
The Lord of the Rings
The Walking Dead

Best Horror Television Series: 
American Horror Story 
Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire
Fear the Walking Dead
The Last of Us – Winner
What We Do in the Shadows

Best Science Fiction Television Series:
The Mandalorian 
The Peripheral
Star Trek: Picard  – Winner
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds

Best Superhero Television Series:  
Doom Patrol 
The Flash 
The Sandman 
Secret Invasion   
She-Hulk: Attorney-at-Law  
DC’s Stargirl  
Superman & Lois – Winner

Best Fantasy Television Series: 
Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches 
Good Omens
House of the Drago
The Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power
Wednesday – Winner.

Best Action/Thriller Television Series:
La Brea   
Outlander – Winner
Quantum Leap
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan
The Witcher

Best Television Presentation:
Black Mirror   
Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities 
Hocus Pocus 2 
Marvel’s Werewolf by Night – Winner
The Midnight Club 
Mrs. Davis 
The Munsters

Best Actor in a Television Series:
Tyler Hoechlin  (Superman & Lois)  
Sam Heughan  (Outlander)
Diego Luna  (Andor)
Anson Mount   (Star Trek: Strange New Worlds)
Pedro Pascal   (The Last of Us)
Harold Perrineau  (From)
Patrick Stewart Picard  (Star Trek: Picard) – Winner

 Best Actress in a Television Series:
  Caitriona Balfe  (Outlander)
  Lauren Cohan  (The Walking Dead: Dead City)
  Emma D’Arcy  (House of the Dragon)
  Rebecca Ferguson   (Silo)
  Tatiana Maslany  (She-Hulk: Attorney-a-Law)
  Rose McIver  (Ghosts)
  Elizabeth Tulloch  (Superman & Lois)

Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series:
 Jonathan Frakes (Star Trek: Picard) – Winner
  Harvey Guillen  (What We Do in the Shadows)
  Ernie Hudson (Quantum Leap)
  Ethan Peck  (Star Trek: Strange New Worlds)
  Ed Speleers   (Star Trek: Picard)
  Matt Smith (House of the Dragon)
  Todd Stashwick (Star Trek: Picard)

Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series:
Jess Bush  (Star Trek: Strange New Worlds) 
Celia Rose Gooding (Star Trek: Strange New Worlds)
Genevieve O’Reily  (Andor) 
Jeri Ryan (Star Trek Picard)  – Winner
Katee Sackhoff (The Mandalorian) 
Sophie Skelton (Outlander)
Rebecca Wisocky (Ghost)

Best Younger Performer in a Television Series:
Milly Alcock  (House of Dragon)
Freya Alan  (The Witcher)
Zackary Arthur  (Chucky)
Brec Bassinger (Stargirl)  
Jenna Ortega (Wednesday) – Winner
Bella Ramsey (The Last of Us)
Igby Rigney (The Midnight Club)

Best Guest Star in a Television Series:
Gael Garcia Bernal   (Marvel’s Werewolf by Night)
Giancarlo Esposito (The Mandalorian)
Nick Offerman (The Last of Us)
Amanda Plummer (Star Trek: Picard)
Andy Serkis (Andor)
Paul Wesley (Star Trek: Strange New Worlds) – Winner
Catherine Zeta-Jones (Wednesday)

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