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The Constellation Awards commenced in 2007 and are Canada's science fiction awards, focused on rewarding excellence in science fiction film and television.


In 2007, Supernatural was nominated for:

  • Best Male Performance in a 2006 Science Fiction Television Episode - Jensen Ackles - 2.01 In My Time of Dying
  • Best Male Performance in a 2006 Science Fiction Television Episode - Jared Padalecki - 2.09 Croatoan
  • Best Science Fiction Television Series of 2006;
  • Best Technical Accomplishment in a 2006 Science Fiction Film or TV Production - Cinematography - Serge Ladoucer
  • Best Technical Accomplishment in a 2006 Science Fiction Film or TV Production - Visual Effects - EntityFX
  • Best Overall 2006 Science Fiction Film or Television Script - 2.01 In My Time of Dying - Eric Kripke
  • Outstanding Canadian Contribution to Science Fiction Film or Television in 2006.


In 2008, Supernatural won Best Overall 2007 Science Fiction Film or Television Script for 2.20 What Is and What Should Never Be written by Raelle Tucker. It was also nominated in the following categories:

  • Best Male Performance in a 2007 Science Fiction Television Episode - Jared Padalecki - 2.14 Born Under a Bad Sign
  • Best Male Performance in a 2007 Science Fiction Television Episode - Jensen Ackles - 2.20 What Is and What Should Never Be
  • Best Science Fiction Television Series of 2007
  • Outstanding Canadian Contribution to Science Fiction Film or Television in 2007.


In 2009 Supernatural was nominated in 5 of 9 Constellation Award Categories. It came second in two categories:

  • Outstanding Canadian Contribution to Science Fiction Film/TV - Supernatural filmed in Canada
  • Best Technical Accomplishment in a Film or TV Production - Cinematography 4.05 Monster Movie - Serge Ladoucer

The other nominees were:

  • Best Male Performance in a 2008 Science Fiction Television Episode - Jensen Ackles 4.03 In the Beginning
  • Best Science Fiction Television Series Of 2008
  • Best Overall 2008 Science Fiction Film or Television Script - 4.03 In the Beginning - Jeremy Carver


In 2010, the nomination were:


In 2011, the nomination was:


In 2012, nominations were:

  • Best Male Performance in a 2011 Science Fiction Television Episode - Jim Beaver - 7.10 Death's Door
  • Best Male Performance in a 2011 Science Fiction Television Episode - Misha Collins - 6.15 The French Mistake
  • Best Science Fiction Television Series of 2011
  • Best Technical Accomplishment in a 2011 Science Fiction Film or Television Production - Visual Effects - 7.01 Meet the New Boss - Ivan Hayden
  • Best Overall 2011 Science Fiction Film or Television Script - 6.15 The French Mistake - Ben Edlund
  • Outstanding Canadian Contribution to Science Fiction Film or Television in 2011

(Dan Payne is also nominated in Best Male Performance category, for episode Lip Of Men of Divine: The Series)

In 2013, nominations were for:

  • Best Science Fiction Television Series of 2012
  • Outstanding Canadian Contribution to Science Fiction Film or Television in 2012
  • Best Technical Accomplishment in a 2012 Science Fiction Film or TV Production - Visual Effects
  • Best Overall Science Fiction Film or Television Script
  • Best Male Performance in a 2012 Science Fiction Television Episode Jared Padalecki for 7.17 The Born-Again Identity
  • Best Male Performance in a 2012 Science Fiction Television Episode Jensen Ackles for 8.01 We Need to Talk About Kevin
  • Best Female Performance in a 2012 Science Fiction Television Episode Felicia Day for 7.20 The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo


In 2014 nominations are for:

  • Best Female Performance in a 2012 Science Fiction Television Episode Felicia Day for 8.20 Pac-Man Fever
  • Best Science Fiction Television Series of 2013
  • Best Technical Accomplishment in a 2013 Science Fiction Film or Television Production - Visual Effects - Mark Meloche
  • Best Overall 2013 Science Fiction Film or Television Script - 8.23 Sacrifice - Jeremy Carver