Nine editions of SpoilerTV's ultimate competition, the Favorite Series Competition, has been held. The site's mainstay competition since 2010 has seen numerous victors: Supernatural
took the site's jewel crown in 2010 and 2011 before losing the crown the next year and retained it a year after, with ABC's popular crime drama Castle
responsible for The CW show's missed third consecutive title. Coming far from Scotland, Outlander
emerged victorious in 2014, and a year after one show even managed to win the site's triple crown for two years straight: Person of Interest
, whose Series Competition win has been their cherry topping for three editions straight. Last year, Lucifer
dominated many polls upon renewal to Netflix after the original network FOX cancelled the show, and all those victories included the Series Competition.
The tenth edition of the competition put 32 best shows from current broadcast and ended ones, with interesting names spicing up the field. Past victors, including Lucifer
, set to add another title to their credit after completing their SpoilerTV triple crown in this year's Episode Competition and missing out the podium in the last Character Cup
, while runners-up from the likes of Shadowhunters
, and Buffy
, among others, vied for their almost-successes they had over the course of their all-time appearances. Battling alongside them were victors from other STV competitions such as Timeless
, and The 100
, while hot newcomers Schitt's Creek
, and Euphoria
, along with award-winning names like Game of Thrones
, Orphan Black
, The Americans
, The Handmaid's Tale
, and Westworld
, also joined the fray in search of their first ever title as the competition reached its one decade milestone.( Collapse )( Collapse )
As the tenth edition has come to an end, the SpoilerTV Favorite Series Competition shall head towards the next decade. Being the site's earliest competition, it has withstand ten years of competitiveness with fandoms come and go with different winners carved their marks. Almost 200 shows have stepped their feet in the competition that has pitted current and finished shows, with a myriad of winners claimed the title. One can wonder how next year's eleventh running would shape with so many TV shows come and go, along with the fandoms that go with them. The journey for another decade has started for the site's competition, perhaps the longest-running polling competition involving TV shows, ever.
And as the time goes by, Fall TV season has already come...