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PCA Afterwards...

It's a day after People's Choice Award 2012 came to a conclusion. I'm still much infuriated at PCA organizer and show runner's obvious snub at Supernatural, winner of both Favorite Network TV Drama and Favorite Scifi/Fantasy last night. So I went on their 2012 PCA Best Moments Best Dressed blog to give them a piece of my mind. This is what I said:

There is NO best moment because PCA organizers and show runners behaved like a bunch of spoiled immature high schoolers by snubbing one of its much deserved MAJOR award winners just because the said winner isn’t in with the “IN” and “IT” crowd!

The WORST moment goes to ignoring its FAVORITE NETWORK DRAMA category entirely. What does this say about an award show that doesn’t even give credit and respect to one of its major category?

This however does not take away the awesome double wins by SUPERNATURAL. No thanks to suits and pencil pushers, SUPERNATURAL, the quintessential “little show that could be” won these accolades because it won the hearts of its loyal fans. We the people chose the show to be our favorite, no slight from PCA and any party associated with it will change that.

Oh and you ask for Best Dressed? Why, it’s none other than Jensen and Jared dressed as Dean and Sam Winchester thanking fans for our support all the way from Vancouver!


Jan. 13th, 2012 06:40 am (UTC)
I think everyone of us in the fandom are upset. It's hard to say what happened for sure, but my money is on the bet that CBS and PCA got upset CBS's mainstream legal drama "The Good Wife" got beaten by this little genre show called "Supernatural".

I've had a low regard for CBS's President and CEO Les Moonves since 2004 when he unceremoniously cancelled my then favorite show "The Guardian" because the show's writer/creator David Hollander signed contract with Sony TV instead of renewing his contract with CBS. IMO, Moonves is an egotistical control freak. I wouldn't put it past him and his company for petty reactions to the winner who beat their show(s).

I also would not call "Vampire Diaries" a genre show. IMO, despite the show features supernatural entities and whatnot, it's riding the bandwagon of the vampire romance fad a la "Twilight" saga.

Yes, VD is on CW along with SPN. But we all know how not all CW shows are treated equally by the network.

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