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Show of the Year 2015 - Readers MEGA Poll *Winners Announced*



Update: 31st December After over 70,000 we now have our Winner for 2015.

Congrats to Person of Interest and thanks to everyone who took part.



A few days ago the 70+ Team of SpoilerTV posted their Top Shows of the Year by each picking their Top 10.

Now it's your turn!

Below are over 250+ Shows to pick from and you can select a Max of 20 Shows. There is an "Other - Leave Comment" option for any show not on the list.

So vote below and let us know who you voted for.

NOTE: Poll will be closed on 31st Dec to give us the Winner of 2015


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