TV's "The Librarian" a Winner

The best in sci fi, fantasy, and horror were honored last night at the 35th annual Saturn Awards in Los Angeles. THE LIBRARIAN 3: CURSE OF THE JUDAS CHALICE (with actor Noah Wyle, the character of librarian/archivist) brought home the honors in the field of TV.

Here's a photo of him doing the typically challenging work of a librarian:

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This was the "best" they could come up in the TV category? Standards must be pretty damn low.

When a franchise is invented which elevates librarianship in the public eye, and portrays librarians as daring, inventive, and adventurous...

...they gotta make sure the character's a dude.


Having been an archivist, I can tell you that at the end of the day, I could look like this after mucking around in basements and attics inventorying records!?

The "library" in the film is really the Louisiana Old State Capitol here in Baton Rouge, LA.
I was wondering what they were filming in there.

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