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In 1988, Nickelodeon launched the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, which
was a children's version of the People's Choice Awards. However, except for the similar names, the two shows are unrelated.
The Teen Choice Awards also have no relation to the People's Choice Awards.
The People's Choice
Awards is famed for recognizing some of the biggest stars of modern-day pop culture. The awards ceremony airs on CBS. The
show has taken place every year since 1975, and casts votes by the general public. The awards were based on results from Gallup
polls until 2005, when the show switched to the use of online voting. Every year, the show takes a survey of all the different
categories for favorite actor, actress, movie, solo artist, TV show, or band.
Bob Stivers is the show's creator, and
produced the very first show in 1975. The first awards show honored The Sting as 1974's Favorite Picture. It also named Barbra
Streisand as the year's Favorite Film Actress, and John Wayne as its Favorite Film Actor. The show reached its highest ratings
in 1977, when the ceremony generated 35.3 million viewers. At 1977's show, Farrah Fawcett was named as Favorite Female TV
Star, and Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope was honored as the Favorite Picture.
The award categories have shifted in
the years that the show has been active. For instance, the 16th People's Choice Awards showcased categories such as Favorite
All-Around Movie (Batman), a Favorite Movie Actor (Tom Cruise), and a World Favorite Movie Actor (Dustin Hoffman). However,
the 32nd People's Choice Awards, broadcast in January 2006, featured categories including Favorite On-Screen Match-Up (Vince
Vaughn and Owen Wilson in Wedding Crashers), Favorite Leading Lady (Reese Witherspoon), and Favorite Tour (U2). In 2008, the
People's Choice Awards debuted a new category called Favorite Sci-Fi Show. The nominees for that category included Stargate
Atlantis, Battlestar Galactica, and Doctor Who. Stargate Atlantis became the first winner of that award.
For movies, the show's categories include Favorite Movie, Favorite Action Movie, Favorite Comedy Movie,
Favorite Drama Movie, Favorite Movie Franchise, Favorite Movie Fan Following, Favorite Movie Actor, Favorite Movie Actress,
Favorite Dramatic Movie Actor, Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress, Favorite Action Movie Star, Favorite Movie Superhero, Favorite
Comedic Movie Actor, Favorite Comedic Movie Actress, Favorite On-Screen Chemistry, Favorite Movie Icon, and Favorite Face
For television, the show's categories include Favorite Network TV Comedy, Favorite Network TV Drama, Favorite
TV Comedy Actor, Favorite TV Comedy Actress, Favorite TV Drama Actor, Favorite TV Drama Actress, Favorite Cable TV Comedy,
Favorite Cable TV Drama, Favorite TV Crime Drama, Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show, Favorite New TV Comedy, Favorite New TV Drama,
Favorite Daytime TV Host, Favorite Late Night TV Host, Favorite TV Competition Show, Favorite Celebrity Judge, Favorite Premium
Cable TV Show, New Talk Show Host, and Favorite TV Fan Following.
For music, the show's categories include Favorite
Song of the Year, Favorite Album of the Year, Favorite Music Video, Favorite Music Fan Following, Favorite Male Artist, Favorite
Female Artist, Favorite Band, Favorite Pop Artist, Favorite Hip Hop Artist, Favorite R&B Artist, Favorite Country Artist,
and Favorite Breakout Artist.
The show's special categories include ones for Favorite Humanitarian, People's Voice,
and Favorite Year-End Movie.