Forget the Emmys. So long, Golden Globes. You've officially been replaced by the Best. Ever. TV. Awards as the most sought-after award.
Millions of you voted in the 34 categories of our annual awards to recognize the best of the best on the small screen in the 2014-15 TV season, from best couple and kiss to breakout stars. And to properly acknowledge their major milestone of winning such a prestigious award, we had some amazing trophies (complete with golden remotes (that actually do work!) made for the recipients!
At Comic-Con, we presented many of the Best. Ever. TV. Awards winners with their hard-earned trophies, and their reactions were totally priceless and endearing. Yes, there were tears!
Press play on the video above to see the Outlander stars, Ian Somerhalder (with an assist from on-screen brother Paul Wesley!), The 100 gang, Arrow's fan-favorite couple and more accept their awards and thank you, their amazing fans, for tirelessly voting and supporting them in the competition!
Word of advice: you may need some snacks to get through Outlander's crew getting their awards 'cause there's A LOT of 'em!
Plus, we also snapped some pics of the stars receiving their awards. Check them all out below:
Outlander's Sam Heughan, Caitriona Balfe, Ronald D. Moore and Diana Gabaldon took home so many awards, they barely could hold them all, including Best Drama, Best New Series, Best Drama Actor and Actress, Breakout Star (Male and Female!), Best Fight and Best Bitch. Phew.
Here's Ian Somerhalder accepting the trophy for Most Heartbreaking Goodbye for Damon and Elena's last dance on The Vampire Diaries. (Sniffle. Sniffle.)
Arrow's Stephen Amell and Emily Bett Rickards were delighted to receive the awards for Best Couple and Steamiest Moment. And Stephen Also accepted the award for Best Shocker, thanks to Oliver's death via Ra's al Ghul!
Looking gorgeous in green, The 100's Eliza Taylor poses with the golden remote for Best Kiss (Clarke and Lexa's first kiss).
Here's Alycia Debnam-Carey accepting her award for Best Guest Star for her work as Lexa on The 100!
Alycia also won an award for her new show Fear the Walking Dead, which took home the prize for New Show You're Most Excited to See.