Fandom Awards 2014 Winners

Fandom of the Year

Veronica Mars

    Fandom of the Year - Movies

    Veronica Mars
    • Divergent
    • The Hunger Games
    • The Fault in Our Stars
    • The Hobbit
    • Captain America: Winter Soldier
    • X-Men: Days of Future Past
    • Pacific Rim

    Fandom of the Year - TV Dramas

    • Teen Wolf
    • Doctor Who
    • Sherlock
    • Game of Thrones
    • The Vampire Diaries
    • Breaking Bad
    • Pretty Little Liars

    Fandom of the Year - TV Comedies

    • Awkward.
    • How I Met Your Mother
    • Glee
    • Parks & Recreation
    • New Girl
    • It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
    • Brooklyn Nine-Nine

    Fandom of the Year - Animation

    Free! Iwatobi Swim Club
    • Attack on Titan
    • Naruto
    • Blood Lad
    • Archer
    • Adventure Time
    • South Park
    • Family Guy

    Best Fandom Forever

    Harry Potter
    • The Lord of the Rings
    • Buffy the Vampire Slayer
    • Doctor Who
    • Sherlock
    • Batman

    Breakout Fandom of the Year

    • Bates Motel
    • Frozen
    • Orphan Black
    • Sleepy Hollow

    Ship of the Year

    Delena (Damon & Elena)
    The Vampire Diaries
    • Everlark (Katniss Everdeen & Peeta Mellark)
      The Hunger Games
    • Johnlock (Sherlock & John Watson)
    • Destiel (Dean & Castiel)
    • Sterek (Stiles & Derek)
      Teen Wolf

    OMG Moment of the Year

    Game of Thrones
    The Purple Wedding
    • Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice
    • Breaking Bad
      Series Finale
    • How I Met Your Mother
      Series Finale
    • Star Wars: Episode VII
      Cast Photo Revealed

    Fandom Feat of the Year

    Teen Wolf
    Fans started the Sterek Campaign Charity Project, which heroically raised $25,000 for a wolf sanctuary. Talk about howl-worthy.
    • Community
      NBC was no match for fans of the outlandish community college comedy, who kept the show on-air for another season and brought back beloved show creator Dan Harmon.
    • Hannibal
      Everyone's favorite cannibal was resurrected for a second season, all thanks to fans who thought the show was just too delicious to pass up.
    • Supernatural
      With the support of the Supernatural fandom, Misha Collins founded Random Acts (, a Division of the Art Department, Inc, which is a registered 501(c)3 charity that sponsors several projects including AMOK, Hope2Haiti, and E4K.
    • Veronica Mars
      Veronica Mars' Marshmallows are anything but soft - these dedicated fans successfully raised enough money through Kickstarter to fund a movie for their favorite teenage sleuth. As Logan would say, it was pretty "epic."