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30 December 2016 @ 12:30 am
Mutant X FAQ: Has Mutant X won any awards?  
Mutant X's Awards


Despite its rocky start, Mutant X's first episode earned high ratings, which would continue throughout the first and second seasons. From the December '01 newsletter on CanWest Global's website:

Fireworks latest series Mutant X is proving to be immensely popular in both North America and the United Kingdom. In fact, Fireworks has the number 1 and number 2 syndicated shows in the U.S. in Mutant X and Andromeda respectively! And SkyOne in the UK has told Fireworks that the Mutant X premiere is the most successful launch they have ever had.

The cast and crew of Mutant X have been nominated for several awards with two wins: the 2002 Gemini Award for Best Sound in a Dramatic Series for "Shock of the New," and the 2003 Canadian Society of Cinematographers Award to Nikos Evdemon for "Nothing to Fear."

2001

"The Squiddies" Rec.Arts.Comics Awards
Best Comics-Related Story (TV/Film/Performance) - nominated

2002

Canadian Society of Cinematographers Awards
Best Cinematography in TV Series [Nikos Evdemon] - nominated [for Lazarus Syndrome]

Directors Guild of Canada
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing [Mark Gingras, Jill Purdy] - nominated [for The Shock of the New]

Gemini Awards
Gemini Best Sound in a Dramatic Series [Jill Purdy, Steve Baine, Dan Daniels, Mark Gingras, Rose Gregoris, Allen Ormerod, Scott Shepherd] - winner [for The Shock of the New]
Best Original Music Score for a Dramatic Series [Louis Natale] - nominated [for Double Vision]
Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role [John Shea] - nominated
Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series [Lauren Lee Smith] - nominated [for Double Vision]

2003

Saturn Award -- Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films
Best Syndicated / Cable Television Series - nominated

Canadian Society of Cinematographers Awards
Best Cinematography in TV Series [Nikos Evdemon] - winner [for Nothing to Fear]

Directors Guild of Canada
Outstanding Achievement in Production Design - Short Form [John Blackie] - nominated [for Inferno]
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Short Form [Mark Gingras, Rose Gregoris, Jill Purdy] - nominated [for Inferno]

Gemini Awards
Gemini Best Original Music Score for a Dramatic Series [Donald Quan] - nominated [for Time Squared]
Best Production Design or Art Direction in a Dramatic Program or Series [John Blackie] - nominated [for Past As Prologue]

2004

Saturn Award -- Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films
Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series [Victoria Pratt] - nominated

Spacey Awards
Favorite Canadian TV Series - nominated

Directors Guild of Canada
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Television Series [Mark Gingras, Jill Purdy] - nominated [for No Exit]

2005

Canadian Society of Cinematographers
Best Cinematography in a TV Series [Alwyn J. Kumst] - nominated [for Cirque des Merveilles]

Directors Guild of Canada
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Short Form [Mark Gingras, Rose Gregoris, Jill Purdy] - nominated [for The Assault]

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