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Runner Up: Timeless
Lucifer has dethroned Outlander (which didn't win a thing this year) as your favorite TV drama! We're all going to heaven! (Right?)
Runner Up: The Big Bang Theory
Noice! Toit! NINE-NINE!
Fun fact: Both this year's best drama and best comedy were canceled then saved from extinction by other networks/platforms after fan outrage. Clearly Netflix and NBC made the right decisions.
Runner Up: Andy Samberg (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) and Mayim Bialik (The Big Bang Theory)
Sheldon Cooper got married and made a huge scientific discovery and Eleanor Shellstrop grew as a human and didn't get hit by those shopping carts and it was all hysterical.
Runner Up: Tom Ellis and Lauren German (Lucifer)
These two not only won these same awards last year, but Bob Morley is also a two-time Alpha Male Madness winner. Is there anything these two can't do (other than get together on screen on The 100)? The answer is probably no.
Runner up: Lucifer and Chloe (Lucifer)
Their love has spanned hundreds of years, even if their show barely lasted two (for now...).
Runner up: Lucifer and Chloe's kiss (Lucifer)
Clarke and Bellamy aren't an actual couple (yet?) but even their hugs are enough to win "sexiest moment" in a category filled with both kisses and literal sex.
Runner Up: Lola Flanery (The 100) and Jordan Bulger (The 100)
Something tells us that while these two winners are very different actors at very different ages, we'll be seeing a lot of both of them in the years to come.
Runner Up: Lucifer shows his real face (Lucifer)
The person who was probably most shocked by this shocker was Bellamy, to be honest, but it was a damn good moment of television no matter who was in shock.
Runner Up: Jon and Daenerys hook up on Game of Thrones
Not only was this a shocker, but it was also the big cliffhanger before the show got canceled. Rude! Also, we're so glad Jon and Dany's hook up didn't win, because we did NOT want to have to go get a screengrab of that atrocity.
Runner Up: Neil Gaiman (Lucifer)
If you ask us, Candice Accola can guest star on absolutely any show she wants, but her win here is all about that Klaroline.
Runner Up: Tom Welling as Pierce/Cain (Lucifer)
There are usually no bad guys or good guys on The 100, only survivors, but McCreary's a loooot more bad than good.
Runner Up: Jace vs. Alec (Shadowhunters)
From Lucifer's winged entrance to the fact that he's fighting frickin' Superman, this fight was always going to be hard to beat.
Runner Up: Lucifer sings "I Will Survive" (Lucifer)
On one hand, it's wild that a swelling score took home best musical moment over actual songs, but on the other hand, any time you can just say two of the vaguest words in the English language and have it mean this much, it's a moment to truly savor.
Runner Up: Bellarke (The 100)
There were MILLIONS of votes cast in this category. MILLIONS. If that doesn't prove fan dedication then we could not tell you what does.
Runner Up: Timeless
This is more than an award for tweeting. It's an award for those actors who go above and beyond to show their love for both their show and their fans and also to occasionally share funny jokes and important causes. (Sometimes those actors also go above and beyond to get their fans to vote in polls. We see you, Tom Ellis.)
Runner Up: Charlotte (Lucifer)
If this show doesn't come back in some form for at least long enough for the team to save Rufus, someone is going to get a STRONG TALKING TO.
Runner Up: Pauley Perrette (NCIS)
We will be happy to invalidate this award if writers of Lucifer change their minds and bring Charlotte back. In the meantime, she will be missed.
Runner Up: The Brave (NBC)
What does it say about the current TV landscape that the top two new shows are also canceled shows? Nothing good!
Runner Up: New Amsterdam (NBC)
It's no secret that the PLL fans are looking forward to this spinoff. Can we please just ask that the theme song be as catchy as Pretty Little Liars' was?
Runner up: Sense8
No surprise here! Turkey's Vatanim Sensin, or Wounded Love, absolutely crushed the international category.
Runner Up: James Corden and Queer Eye
Ellen has fully stolen the spotlight from last year's winners, Dancing with the Stars and Derek Hough and tonight, we're dancing in her honor.
Runner Up: Lucifer
RIP to what was one of Netflix's best shows.
Runner Up: Once Upon a Time
That sexy final montage was one of the greatest, most beautiful things on TV this year. What a way for a show to go out.
Thanks to everyone who voted in the 2018 TV Scoop Awards. See you in 2019!