This summer, Bravo’s, the popular website for TV junkies, brought TV fans the annual Tubey Awards, a unique opportunity for TV junkies to choose the best, worst, most improved and just plain craziest characters, series, moments and more from the 2008-2009 television season. The response was a record-breaking 2.4 million votes cast in 80 fun and quirky categories, up a jaw-dropping 1042 percent in voter participation versus the 2008 Tubey Awards.

This year, partnered with TV Guide Magazine, Mediaweek and to bring the Tubey Awards to larger and more diverse audiences. Each partner featured their own exclusive Tubey Award polls tailored towards their respective readers and cross-promoted with The winners of 15 additional Tubey categories, including Character Most Deserving of a Spin-Off, Best TV Programming Trend and Sexiest Over-40 Female on TV, can be found at, and

Winners were announced today and include:
· Best New Show: “True Blood” (HBO)
· Best Drama: “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” (Fox)
· Best Comedy: “How I Met Your Mother” (CBS)
· New Series with the Most Wasted Potential: “Dollhouse” (Fox)
· Most Anticipated New Series of 2009-2010: “Glee” (Fox)
· Most Underrated Show: “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” (Fox)
· Best Competitive Reality Show: “The Amazing Race” (CBS)
· Guiltiest Pleasure Show: “True Blood” (HBO)
· Best Villain: Ben Linus, “Lost” (ABC)
· Best Reality Show Host: Cat Deeley, “So You Think You Can Dance” (Fox)
· Favorite Actor: Neil Patrick Harris, “How I Met Your Mother” (CBS)
· Favorite Actress: Summer Glau, “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (Fox)
· Least Favorite Actress: Katherine Heigl, “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC)
· Most Anticipated New Series of 2009-2010: “Glee” (Fox)

For a full list of all 80 winners, please visit, the premiere internet destination for the discerning television “junkie,” is a part of Bravo’s portfolio of linked digital assets and broadband properties including provides witty, no-holds-barred episode recaps, daily blogs, galleries, video and fan forums about television’s most popular dramas, comedies and reality shows. It has penetrated the pop culture-obsessed audience, drawing the devoted attention of viewers, stars and Hollywood producers alike, and includes and

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