Steven Moffat Wins Another Hugo

By Mark
For the third year in a row, Steven Moffat has won a Hugo Award for his work on Doctor Who. In 2006 he won the "Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form" award for his episodes The Empty Child and The Doctor Dances, in 2007 he won the same award for his episode Girl in the Fireplace and this year he won the award for his episode Blink. Catherine Tregenna's Torchwood series one episode "Captain Jack Harkness" and Paul Cornell's Doctor Who series three episodes "Human Nature" and "The Family of Blood" were also nominated for the award but lost out to Blink. Steven Moffat will become the head writer for the fifth series of Doctor Who in 2010 after Russell T Davies steps down from the position. Congratulations to Steven for winning the award and to Paul and Catherine for their nominations. What do you think of this news?
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  1. Zobles 11 August 2008 at 11:45
    Cool post good to see new header writer winning 3 Hugo awards he deserves them.
  2. Daniel 11 August 2008 at 11:53
    Great post, Congrats Mr Moffatt and I can't wait for Season Five ;)
  3. Axlart 11 August 2008 at 12:24
    Cool Post. Blink was a fantastic episode and the only of New Doctor Who (So far) that has actually had me hiding behind a cushion. Steven Moffat has come up with wonderful creations for Doctor Who. Congratulations to him for winning his third Hugo and I cant wait for Series Five in 2010.
  4. Anonymous 12 August 2008 at 18:27
    he'll get another one for silence in the library/forest of the dead no bet. :)
  5. Mark 12 August 2008 at 20:53
    Hi, thanks for your comments everyone :) I agree anonymous, it's very likely he'll get one for Silence in the Library and Forest of the Dead. Welcome to the site by the way :)

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