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Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Television Series

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Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Television Series

The Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series Drama and Musical/Comedy was an award given in 2002 and 2003.

Winners and nominees

2000s

Drama

Year Winners and nominees Film Role
2002 Sarah Clarke 24 Nina Myers
Emma Caulfield Buffy the Vampire Slayer Anya
Loretta Devine Boston Public Marla Hendricks
Alyson Hannigan Buffy the Vampire Slayer Willow Rosenberg
Lena Olin Alias Irina Derevko
2003 Mary Steenburgen Joan of Arcadia Helen Girardi
Amy Acker Angel Illyria/Winifred Burkle
Adrienne Barbeau Carnivàle Ruthie
Loretta Devine Boston Public Marla Hendricks
Lena Olin Alias Irina Derevko
Gina Torres Angel Jasmine

Musical or Comedy

Year Winners and nominees Film Role
2002 Doris Roberts Everybody Loves Raymond Marie Barone
Kelly Bishop Gilmore Girls Emily Gilmore
Christa Miller Scrubs Jordan Sullivan
Megan Mullally Will & Grace Karen Walker
Cynthia Nixon Sex and the City Miranda Hobbes
2003 Jessica Walter Arrested Development Lucille Bluth
Kelly Bishop Gilmore Girls Emily Gilmore
Kim Cattrall Sex and the City Samantha Jones
Jane Leeves Frasier Daphne Moon
Christa Miller Scrubs Jordan Sullivan
Portia de Rossi Arrested Development Lindsay Bluth Fünke
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