Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Winter 2011): Aibou Season 9

Last week, Nikkan Sports revealed the results of the winter season of its 14th Drama Grand Prix. Surprisingly, the big winner was the 9th season of “Aibou,” taking three of the five categories.

Voting started on March 3 and continued until March 16 – despite the Tohoku earthquake – collecting a total of 2,248 votes. As usual, the winter awards were conducted early in preparation for the overall annual awards, but Nikkan Sports has announced that it will not hold the annual awards this time due to the effects of the earthquake.

Best Drama:

  1. Aibou season 9 – 350
  2. Fuyu no Sakura – 282
  3. Utsukushii Rinjin – 190
  4. Bartender – 176
  5. Gaikoukan Kuroda Kosaku – 167

Best Actor:

  1. Mizutani Yutaka (Aibou season 9) – 510
  2. Kusanagi Tsuyoshi (Fuyu no Sakura) – 415
  3. Aiba Masaki (Bartender) – 310
  4. Oda Yuji (Gaikoukan Kuroda Kosaku) – 260
  5. Eguchi Yosuke (School!!) – 227

Best Actress:

  1. Nakama Yukie (Utsukushii Rinjin) – 537
  2. Tabe Mikako (Deka Wanko) – 372
  3. Matsushita Nao (CONTROL ~Hanzai Shinri Sousa~) – 247
  4. Takimoto Miori (Teppan) – 222
  5. Ueno Juri (Gou ~Himetachi no Sengoku~) – 220

Best Supporting Actor:

  1. Oikawa Mitsuhiro (Aibou season 9) – 254
  2. Kagawa Teruyuki (Gaikoukan Kuroda Kosaku) – 203
  3. Takashima Masanobu (Fuyu no Sakura) – 197
  4. Miura Haruma (Taisetsu na Koto wa Subete Kimi ga Oshiete Kureta) – 180
    Toyokawa Etsushi (Gou ~Himetachi no Sengoku~) – 180

Best Supporting Actress:

  1. Imai Miki (Fuyu no Sakura) – 285
  2. Takei Emi (Taisetsu na Koto wa Subete Kimi ga Oshiete Kureta) – 266
  3. Dan Rei (Utsukushii Rinjin) – 244
  4. Shibasaki Kou (Gaikoukan Kuroda Kosaku) – 222
  5. Fuji Sumiko (Teppan) – 168

Source:
Nikkan Sports

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