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The Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix is an award given by the Nikkan Sports newspaper to Japanese television dramas.[1]

Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix
Awarded forJapanese television dramas
CountryJapan
Presented byNikkan Sports
First awarded1997
WebsiteOfficial website

The 14th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix was canceled due to the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.

CategoriesEdit

  • Best Drama
  • Best Actor
  • Best Actress
  • Best Supporting Actor
  • Best Supporting Actress
  • Best Newcomer

WinnersEdit

# Best Drama Best Actor Best Actress Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress Best Newcomer
1st
(1997)
Love Generation Takuya Kimura
(Love Generation)
Takako Tokiwa
(Saigo no Koi)
Mansai Nomura
(Aguri)
Izumi Inamori
(Beach Boys)
Hideaki Takizawa
(News no Onna)
2nd
(1998)
Great Teacher Onizuka Tsuyoshi Domoto
(Ao no Jidai)
Makiko Esumi
(Shomuni)
Takaya Kamikawa
(Omizu no Hanamichi)
Kyoko Fukada
(Kamisama, Mō Sukoshi dake)
Tsubasa Imai
(Brothers)
3rd
(1999)
Beautiful Life Takuya Kimura
(Beautiful Life)
Takako Tokiwa
(Beautiful Life)
Takaya Kamikawa
(Cinderella wa Nemuranai)
Miki Mizuno
(Beautiful Life)
Kazama Shunsuke
(Kinpachi-sensei)
4th
(2000)
Hero Takuya Kimura
(Hero)
Rie Tomosaka
(Kimi ga Oshiete Kureta Koto)
Takaya Kamikawa
(Kimi ga Oshiete Kureta Koto)
Mayo Suzukaze
(Haregi, Koko Ichiban)
Tomohisa Yamashita
(Ikebukuro West Gate Park)
5th
(2001)
Antique Hideaki Takizawa
(Antique)
Eri Fukatsu
(Koi no Chikara)
Takaya Kamikawa
(Shin Omizu no Hanamichi)
Yūki Amami
(Suiyōbi no Jōji)
Sho Sakurai
(Heaven Cannot Wait 2)
6th
(2002)
Good Luck!! Takuya Kimura
(Good Luck!!)
Yūko Takeuchi
(Lunch no Joō)
Koichi Domoto
(Remote)
Akiko Yada
(Boku no Ikiru Michi)
Hiroki Uchi
(Boku no Ikiru Michi)
7th
(2003)
Suna no Utsuwa Masahiro Nakai
(Suna no Utsuwa)
Yūko Takeuchi
(Pride)
Takaya Kamikawa
(Shiroi Kyotô)
Koyuki
(Boku to Kanojo to Kanojo
no Ikiru Michi
)
Ryo Nishikido
(Teruteru Kazoku)
8th
(2004)
Yoshitsune Hideaki Takizawa
(Yoshitsune)
Yūki Amami
(Rikon Bengoshi)
Kazuya Kamenashi
(Gokusen)
Aya Okamoto
(Tragedy of "M")
Hikaru Yaotome,
Taiyō Ayukawa,
Kota Yabu
(Kinpachi-sensei)
9th
(2005)
Engine Tomohisa Yamashita
(Nobuta wo Produce)
Yūki Amami
(The Queen's Classroom)
Junichi Okada
(Tiger & Dragon)
Hiroko Yakushimaru
(1 Litre no Namida)
10th
(2006)
Hana Yori Dango Returns Kazunari Ninomiya
(Haikei, Chichiue-sama)
Mao Inoue
(Hana Yori Dango Returns)
Jun Matsumoto
(Hana Yori Dango Returns)
Kyōka Suzuki
(Karei-naru Ichizoku)
11th
(2007)
Yūkan Club Jin Akanishi
(Yūkan Club)
Maki Horikita
(Hanazakari no Kimitachi e)
Toma Ikuta
(Hanazakari no Kimitachi e)
Yuu Kashii
(Yūkan Club)
12th
(2008)
Maō Satoshi Ohno
(Maō)
Aoi Miyazaki
(Atsuhime)
Ryo Nishikido
(Last Friends)
Juri Ueno
(Last Friends)
13th
(2009)
The Wallflower Kazuya Kamenashi
(The Wallflower)
Yūki Amami
(Boss)
Seiyō Uchino
(Jin)
Aya Ōmasa
(The Wallflower)
14th
(2010)
Cancelled
15th
(2011)
Yōkai Ningen Bem Kazuya Kamenashi
(Yōkai Ningen Bem)
Nanako Matsushima
(Kaseifu no Mita)
Fuku Suzuki
(Yōkai Ningen Bem)
Anne Watanabe
(Yōkai Ningen Bem)
16th
(2012)
Kagi no Kakatta Heya Satoshi Ohno
(Kagi no Kakatta Heya)
Maki Horikita
(Umechan Sensei)
Kōichi Satō
(Kagi no Kakatta Heya)
Erika Toda
(Kagi no Kakatta Heya)
17th
(2013)
Hanzawa Naoki Masato Sakai
(Hanzawa Naoki)
Rena Nōnen
(Amachan)
Mitsuhiro Oikawa
(Hanzawa Naoki)
Ko Shibasaki
(Ando-Roid)
18th
(2014)
Shinigami-kun Satoshi Ohno
(Shinigami-kun)
Haruka Ayase
(Kyō wa Kaisha Yasumimasu.)
Atsuro Watabe
(War of Money)
Fumino Kimura
(War of Money)
19th
(2015)
Algernon ni Hanataba o Tomohisa Yamashita
(Algernon ni Hanataba o)
Satomi Ishihara
(5-ji Kara 9-ji Made)
Tomohisa Yamashita
(5-ji Kara 9-ji Made)
Chiaki Kuriyama
(Algernon ni Hanataba o)
20th
(2016)
Sekai Ichi Muzukashii Koi Satoshi Ohno
(Sekai Ichi Muzukashii Koi)
Yui Aragaki
(Nigeru wa Haji da ga Yaku
ni Tatsu
)
Teruyuki Kagawa
(99.9)
Eiko Koike
(Sekai Ichi Muzukashii Koi)
21st
(2017)
99.9 Season 2 Jun Matsumoto
(99.9 Season 2)
Satomi Ishihara
(Unnatural)
Teruyuki Kagawa
(99.9 Season 2)
Fumino Kimura
(99.9 Season 2)
22nd
(2018)
Ossan's Love Kei Tanaka
(Ossan's Love)
Haruka Ayase
(Stepmom and Daughter Blues)
Kento Hayashi
(Ossan's Love)
Rio Uchida
(Ossan's Love)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "歴代の受賞者・受賞作品". Nikkan Sports. Retrieved 2011-01-18.

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