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Topic: 'Lost' leads at Saturn Awards with 11 nominations

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The Saturn Awards began handing out TV kudos in 1989, and "Star Trek: The Next Generation"

was the first honoree. Two decades later the genres of sci-fi, fantasy, horror and

action/adventure/thriller are all well-represented on television. As one show, "Lost," seems

to combine all of these elements, it is only appropriate that it leads at this year's Saturn

Awards with 11 nominations. It is contending for best network series and has a staggering 10

acting nominations.
Matthew Fox has won two of his last four bids. He lost the first year to Ben Browder

("Farscape") and two years ago to "Dexter" star Michael C. Hall, who is back in the hunt

this year. Looking for a first win are returning nominee Noah Wyle of "The Librarian"

telefilm franchise, third-time nominee Edward James Olmos ("Battlestar Galactica") and

newcomers Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad") and Timothy Hutton ("Leverage").