2017 GreenArrowTV Awards: Pick The Best Actor (Female) From Arrow Season 5 2017 GreenArrowTV Awards: Pick The Best Actor (Female) From Arrow Season 5
Fans pick their favorite female actor from Arrow Season 5 in this category of the 2017 GreenArrowTV Awards. 2017 GreenArrowTV Awards: Pick The Best Actor (Female) From Arrow Season 5

Now that it’s summer hiatus time, it’s time again for voting in the annual GreenArrowTV Awards – honoring the best and not-so-best of the most recent Arrow season.

As always, fans of any show have opinions. This is the chance for those fans to recognize the things they did (or didn’t) like this past year. Details on some other things like IP limits, etc. are discussed in this post.

The current category now is Best Actor (Female). The two actors listed are the female actors who were series regulars as listed in the opening credits of Arrow Season 5 – the male category was posted last week. Believe it or not, there were only two women listed as series regulars this year — something that will change in Season 6 with Juliana Harkavy and Katie Cassidy added to the mix. (We know Katie Cassidy supposedly had a “series regular across the shows” contract last year, but we’re still keeping her as a Guest Star, as we also did with John Barrowman.) This category should not be voted on based on popularity, but instead, on who does the best at their craft.

Wondering where someone like Katie Cassidy, Juliana Harkavy, Carly Pope, Katrina Law, Madison McLaughlin or Lexa Doig might be? You can find them in the Guest Star categories that are coming at a later time… even though in Katie’s case she was labeled “a guest star across all the shows,” we’re still keeping her in that category. Voting in past categories can still be done and will be a thing you can do through the end of the voting period.

Do remember that you can only be “heard” if you vote, and you can come back in a few days for another topic!

You can see last year’s results here. – Pre-order Arrow: The Complete Fifth Season on Blu-ray!


Craig Byrne

Craig Byrne has been writing about TV on the internet since 1995. He is also the author of several published books, including Smallville: The Visual Guide and the show's Official Companions for Seasons 4-7.

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