1st Critics' Choice Super Awards

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1st Critics' Choice Super Awards
DateJanuary 10, 2021 (2021-01-10)
CountryUnited States
Hosted byKevin Smith, Dani Fernandez[1]
Highlights
Most awardsThe Boys (4)
Most nominationsLovecraft Country (6)[1]
ActionFilm:
Da 5 Bloods
Television:
Vikings
AnimationFilm:
Soul
Television:
BoJack Horseman
HorrorFilm:
The Invisible Man
Television:
Lovecraft Country
Science Fiction/FantasyFilm:
Palm Springs
Television:
The Mandalorian
SuperheroFilm:
The Old Guard
Television:
The Boys
Websitewww.criticschoice.com
Television/radio coverage
NetworkThe CW

The 1st Critics' Choice Super Awards, presented by the Critics Choice Association, honoring the best in genre fiction film and television, were held on January 10, 2021. They were broadcast by the CW, during which Patrick Stewart and Sonequa Martin-Green accepted the Legacy Award for the Star Trek franchise.[2]

The nominations were announced on November 19, 2020.[1][3] The ceremony was held virtually, and adhered to social distancing guidelines, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[4]

Winners and Nominees[edit]

Film[edit]

Best Action Movie
Best Actor in an Action Movie
Best Actress in an Action Movie
Best Animated Movie
Best Voice Actor in an Animated Movie
  • Jamie FoxxSoul as Joe Gardner (Disney+)
    • Will ForteThe Willoughbys as Tim Willoughby (Netflix)
    • Tom HollandOnward as Ian Lightfoot (Disney+)
    • Martin ShortThe Willoughbys as Walter Willoughby (Netflix)
    • Chris PrattOnward as Barley Lightfoot (Disney+)
    • Terry CrewsThe Willoughbys as Commander Melanoff (Netflix)
Best Voice Actress in an Animated Movie
  • Tina FeySoul as 22 (Disney+)
    • Honor KneafseyWolfwalkers as Robyn Goodfellowe (Apple TV+)
    • Maya RudolphThe Willoughbys as Linda a.k.a. The Nanny (Netflix)
    • Phillipa SooOver the Moon as Chang'e (Netflix)
    • Octavia SpencerOnward as "Corey" The Manticore (Disney+)
    • Eva Whittaker – Wolfwalkers as Mebh Óg MacTíre (Apple TV+)
Best Horror Movie
Best Actor in a Horror Movie
Best Actress in a Horror Movie
Best Science Fiction/Fantasy Movie
Best Actor in a Science Fiction/Fantasy Movie
  • Andy SambergPalm Springs as Nyles (Hulu/Neon)
    • Christopher AbbottPossessor as Colin Tate (Neon)
    • Jake Horowitz – The Vast of Night as Everett Sloan (Amazon Studios)
    • Anthony MackieSynchronic as Steve Denube (Well Go USA)
    • J. K. SimmonsPalm Springs as Roy Schlieffen (Hulu/Neon)
Best Actress in a Science Fiction/Fantasy Movie
Best Superhero Movie
Best Actor in a Superhero Movie
Best Actress in a Superhero Movie
Best Villain in a Movie
  • Jim Carrey – Sonic the Hedgehog as Dr. Robotnik (Paramount Pictures)
    • Kathryn Newton – Freaky as Millie Kessler (Universal Pictures)
    • Martin Short and Jane KrakowskiThe Willoughbys as Walter Willowghby and Helga Willoughby (Netflix)
    • J. K. Simmons – Palm Springs as Roy Schlieffen (Hulu/Neon)
    • Hilary Swank – The Hunt as Athena Stone (Universal Pictures)
  1. ^ Nominated for Best Picture at the 26th Critics' Choice Awards
  2. ^ Nominated for Best Actor at the 26th Critics' Choice Awards
  3. ^ Nominated for Best Comedy at the 26th Critics' Choice Awards

Television[edit]

Best Action Series
Best Actor in an Action Series
Best Actress in an Action Series
Best Voice Actor in an Animated Series
Best Voice Actress in an Animated Series
Best Horror Series
Best Actor in a Horror Series
Best Actress in a Horror Series
Best Science Fiction/Fantasy Series
Best Actor in a Science Fiction/Fantasy Series
Best Actress in a Science Fiction/Fantasy Series
Best Superhero Series
Best Actor in a Superhero Series
Best Actress in a Superhero Series
Best Villain in a Series
  1. ^ a b Nominated for Best Drama Series at the 11th Critics' Choice Television Awards
  2. ^ Nominated for Best Actor in a Drama Series at the 11th Critics' Choice Television Awards
  3. ^ Nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series at the 11th Critics' Choice Television Awards
  4. ^ Nominated for Best Actress in a Drama Series at the 11th Critics' Choice Television Awards
  5. ^ a b Nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series at the 11th Critics' Choice Television Awards
  6. ^ Nominated for Best Comedy Series at the 11th Critics' Choice Television Awards
  7. ^ Nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy Series at the 11th Critics' Choice Television Awards

Legacy Award[edit]

Star Trek

Most nominations[edit]

Movies[edit]

Film Studio No. of
nominations
Palm Springs Hulu 5
Birds of Prey Warner Bros. Pictures 4
Freaky Universal Pictures
The Hunt
The Old Guard Netflix
Onward Disney+
Sonic the Hedgehog Paramount Pictures
The Willoughbys Netflix
Possessor Neon 3
The Rental IFC Films
Secret Society of Second-Born Royals Disney+
Soul
Synchronic Well Go USA
The Vast of Night Prime Video
Wolfwalkers Apple TV+
Bad Boys for Life Sony Pictures 2
Da 5 Bloods Netflix
Extraction
Greyhound Apple TV+
The Invisible Man Universal Pictures
Mulan Disney+
The Outpost Screen Media Films
Over the Moon Netflix
Sputnik IFC Films
Tenet Warner Bros. Pictures

Television[edit]

Series Network No. of
nominations
Lovecraft Country HBO 6
The Boys Prime Video 5
Archer FXX 4
Big Mouth Netflix
Evil CBS
BoJack Horseman Netflix 3
Hanna Prime Video
Harley Quinn HBO Max
The Haunting of Bly Manor Netflix
Hunters Prime Video
Lucifer Netflix
Outlander Starz
The Outsider HBO
Raised by Wolves HBO Max
Snowpiercer TNT
Star Trek: Lower Decks CBS All Access
Supernatural The CW
Vikings History
What We Do in the Shadows FX
9-1-1 Fox 2
Doom Patrol DC Universe
HBO Max
The Flash The CW
The Mandalorian Disney+
Ratched Netflix
Rick and Morty Adult Swim
S.W.A.T. CBS
Star Trek: Discovery CBS All Access
Star Trek: Picard
Supergirl The CW
Upload Prime Video
The Walking Dead AMC
Warrior Cinemax

Most wins[edit]

Movies[edit]

Film Studio No. of
wins
Palm Springs Hulu 3
Soul Disney+
Birds of Prey Warner Bros. Pictures 2
Da 5 Bloods Netflix
The Invisible Man Universal Pictures

Television[edit]

Series Network No. of
wins
The Boys Prime Video 4
BoJack Horseman Netflix 2
Lovecraft Country HBO

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Kit, Borys (November 19, 2020). "Palm Springs,' 'Lovecraft Country' Lead Nominations for Inaugural Critics Choice Super Awards". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved November 19, 2020.
  2. ^ "Critics Choice Association Announces Inaugural "Critics Choice Super Awards" Honoring Superhero, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Horror, Action, and Animation Movies and Series". Critics Choice Association. Retrieved November 16, 2020.
  3. ^ Hammond, Pete (November 19, 2020). "'Palm Springs', 'Lovecraft Country' Top Movie And Series Nominations For Inaugural Critics Choice Super Awards; Netflix Lands 35 Nods". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved November 20, 2020.
  4. ^ Hammond, Pete. "Critics Choice Super Awards To Honor Fan-Friendly Genre Movies & TV Shows; Set To Air In January On The CW". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved November 17, 2020.