The Waters of Mars wins Hugo Award!

September 5th, 2010
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The Waters of Mars has been named the Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form at the annual Hugo Awards!

David Tennant’s penultimate story was nominated for the award alongside two of his other adventures, Planet of the Dead and The Next Doctor, as well as episodes of Dollhouse and FlashForward.

The results were presented earlier this weekend at the AussieCon4 convention in Melbourne.

Congratulations to Russell, Phil, David and the rest of the team on their success!

3 comments on this article
  1. kane
    September 5th, 2010 at 3.30pm | #1

    lol brilliant episode well deserved !

  2. Alex
    September 5th, 2010 at 4.51pm | #2

    Excellent news! Congratulations all around! My only complaint is I might have preferred this to go to The End of Time, but I think, even though The Next Doctor aired in 2008 and was eligible, there was some weird technicality that prevented End of Time from being nominated (since it aired in 2009 and 2010 which put part of the show into the 2011 Hugo cycle). Nonetheless I think it’s brilliant to see RTD finally get one after all his contribution to bringing Doctor Who back.

  3. dani
    September 5th, 2010 at 10.38pm | #3

    it was an awesome episode, and a work of absolute, pure genius. it is very well deserved.

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