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The STV Favourite TV Series Competition 2016 - Nominations now closed

12th August - Nominations are now closed. Check back Monday for the start of the competition!

3rd August - Update to the list: Gilmore Girls is a current show. The X-Files is a finished show.

Over the past six years, SpoilerTV has strived to discover the fans' favourite television series. 2010 saw Supernatural take home the trophy. In 2011, the Winchester brothers retained their crown. Castle emerged as winner in 2012, before Supernatural regained the trophy in 2013 for its third triumph. Outlander came out of nowhere to become the competition's third victor in 2014. Last year, Person of Interest dominated SpoilerTV's competitions and took the Favourite Series title.

Now, in 2016, the search begins once again. Who will take the glory this year? Weeks after its series finale, is Person of Interest strong enough to retain the trophy? Could Supernatural return to power? Was Outlander's vie for glory a one-off occurrence? Is it written for Castle to claim its second win? Or will a new winner emerge?

Only time will tell.

But we need your help.

Out of the thousands of TV series there are, old and new, great or poor, we need just 64.

You can vote for your favourite two current TV series, and your favourite two finished TV series. The top 32 current TV series and the top 32 finished TV series will make the final 64.

You have until August 12th to enter your submissions in the form below. It's only a nine-day nomination period, but I want to get into the main competition as soon as possible.

Remember, a current TV series is any show that has aired/will air new episodes after 1st June 2016. A finished TV series is any show that had aired its final episode by 1st June 2016. Therefore a show like Breaking Bad would now be a finished TV series, whilst Game of Thrones would be classed as current. If you have any queries as to whether a show would be classed as current or finished, email me at

Notable shows (any others brought to my attention will be added to the top of the post and the bottom of the list):
Prison Break is a current show.
Twin Peaks is a current show.
24 is a current show.
Person of Interest is, technically, a current show, since it aired episodes after the above cutoff date. This applies to any and all now-ended shows that aired anything in June onwards.
Gilmore Girls is a current show.
The X-Files is a finished show.

NOTE: Only 1 submission per person. If you try to submit multiple times, ALL of your submissions will be removed.

Do not try to submit shows in the wrong category. If you try this, that part of your submission will not count. If you are unsure which category a show should go in, please ask.

Don't forget to cast your votes, spread the word of the competition, and most of all, tell us who you voted for in the comments below.

This year is going to be bigger than ever. I cannot wait.

About the Author - Bradley Adams
17 year old based in England, currently Senior Staff at SpoilerTV. Most of his posts are news/spoiler based, though he is currently the reviewer of Person of Interest, co-host on the SpoilerTV Podcast. Created and is in charge of the yearly Favourite Episode Competition and currently runs the Favourite Series Competition. A big TV fan, his range of shows are almost exclusively dramas, while some of his all-time favourite shows include 24, LOST, Breaking Bad and Friends. Some of his current favourites include Person of Interest, Banshee, Arrow, The Flash, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Better Call Saul and many more. He also runs an Arrow fans site, ArrowFansUK, and aside from TV, is a keen cricketer. Get in touch with him via the links below or via email
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