Sci-Fi & Fantasy at Emmy Awards: Who's Won, Who's Been Fracked

From 'Buffy' to 'Battlestar,' how science fiction, fantasy and other genre-fan favorites have fared

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'Star Trek'

It's not shocking to discover that no, William Shatner never got any acting accolades for his infamously wooden performance in the captain's chair of the Enterprise. The recently departed Leonard Nimoy did, though, netting three consecutive nominations for his turn as Spock. (Given that his performance as the First Officer is so across-the-board iconic, this fact is highly logical.) Gene Roddenberry's groundbreaking series was also nominated for Best Drama in 1967 and 1968 — the only entry in the Star Trek franchise to ever be up for the title.

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