Marvel Studios, The CW Win Big at Teen Choice Awards 2019

After weeks of fans voting online and on social media for their favorite shows, movies, music, celebrities, and more, the results are in for the 2019 Teen Choice Awards. And among the night's biggest winners were Marvel Studios and The CW.

At the event, which aired on Fox and was hosted by actress Lucy Hale and YouTube star David Dobrik, Marvel's Avengers: Endgame won Best Action Movie, with many of the film's stars winning further awards. Robert Downey Jr. and Scarlett Johansson won Best Action Movie Actor and Best Action Movie Actress, respectively. Meanwhile, Josh Brolin took home the award for Best Movie Villain.

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Moreover, Spider-Man: Far From Home won Choice Summer Movie, with its two leads -- Tom Holland and Zendaya -- receiving the honors of Choice Summer Actor and Choice Summer Actress, respectively (mirroring Downey Jr. and Johansson.)

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Meanwhile, on the television side of things, it was The CW that was the Teen Choice Awards' major contender. The Archie Comics-based series Riverdale won Choice Television Drama, with series stars Cole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart taking home Best Television Drama Actor and Best Television Drama Actress, respectively. The actors also won the Choice Ship award for the relationship between their characters, Jughead Jones and Betty Cooper.

While the soon to end Supernatural did not win best fantasy or sci-fi show, actor Jared Padalecki did receive the genres' Choice Actor honor for his role in the show. Additionally, Jaime Camil won Choice Comedy TV Actor for Jane the Virgin and Stephen Amell won Choice Action TV Actor for his role on the DC series Arrow.

Amell recently reacted to the news on social media. "I'm sort of at a loss here," he tweeted. "I just found this out. My thank you is forthcoming tomorrow. Wow."

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A full list of the Teen Choice Awards' nominees and winners can be found via CNN.

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