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Critics’ Choice Television Award Winners Include ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Behind the Candelabra,’ Michael Douglas, Elisabeth Moss and More

Critics' Choice Television Award Winners Include 'Game of Thrones,' 'Behind the Candelabra,' Michael Douglas, Elisabeth Moss and More

Many of the winners of the third annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards–which were announced following a star-studded gala on June 10–come from the movies.

Movie veteran Michael Douglas took the Best Actor award in a movie or mini-series for film director Steven Soderbergh’s lavish biopic “Behind the Candelabra” (which also took Best Movie or Mini-series) and his “The China Syndrome” co-star Jane Fonda landed a Guest Performer award for Hollywood screenwriter Aaron Sorkin’s HBO drama series “The Newsroom.” “Star Trek” star Zachary Quinto took home Best Supporting Actor for mini-series “American Horror Story: Asylum.”

AMC’s “Breaking Bad” and HBO’s “Game of Thrones” tied for Best Drama
Series, while “The Big Bang Theory” won for Best Comedy Series. “Mad
Men” star Elisabeth Moss won a deserved Best Actress in a Movie or
Mini-Series award for film director Jane Campion’s “Top of the Lake.”

As for those of you programming your DVRs for the next few months, check out the critics’ picks for Most Exciting New Series: “The Bridge” – FX, “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” – ABC, “Masters of Sex” – Showtime, “The Michael J. Fox Show” – NBC, “Ray Donovan” – Showtime, and Stephen King’s “Under the Dome” – CBS.

Full list below.

WINNERS OF THE 3rd ANNUAL CRITICS’ CHOICE TELEVISION AWARDS:

 


Best Comedy Series: The Big Bang Theory – CBS

Best Actor in a Comedy Series: Louis C.K., Louie – FX

Best Actress in a Comedy Series: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep –
HBO

Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Simon Helberg, The
Big Bang Theory – CBS

Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Tie):

Kaley Cuoco, The Big Bang Theory – CBS

Eden Sher, The Middle – ABC

Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series: Patton Oswalt,
Parks and Recreation – NBC

Best Drama Series (Tie):

Breaking Bad – AMC

Game of Thrones – HBO

Best Actor in a Drama Series: Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad –
AMC

Best Actress in a Drama Series: Tatiana Maslany, Orphan
Black – BBC America

Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: Michael Cudlitz,
Southland – TNT

Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Monica Potter,
Parenthood – NBC

Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series: Jane Fonda, The
Newsroom – HBO

Best Movie or Mini-Series: Behind the Candelabra – HBO

Best Actor in a Movie or Mini-Series: Michael Douglas,
Behind the Candelabra – HBO

Best Actress in a Movie or Mini-Series: Elisabeth Moss, Top
of the Lake – Sundance

Best Supporting Actor in a Movie or Mini-Series: Zachary
Quinto, American Horror Story: Asylum – FX

Best Supporting Actress in a Movie or Mini-Series: Sarah
Paulson, American Horror Story: Asylum – FX

Best Reality Series (Tie):

Duck Dynasty – A&E

Push Girls – Sundance

Best Reality Series – Competition: The Voice – NBC

Best Reality Series Host: Tom Bergeron, Dancing with the
Stars – ABC

Best Talk Show: The Daily Show with Jon Stewart – Comedy
Central

Best Animated Series: Archer – FX

Critics’ Choice Television Icon Award: Bob Newhart

Critics’ Choice Inspiration Award: Bunheads – ABC
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Comments

Edward Copeland

I still don't understand why this group that only appeared three years ago couldn't be troubled to do supporting categories for movies and miniseries (unless they were following the dumb idea that even the Emmys have since abandoned) or felt they had to go unisex in the guest performers in comedy and drama series instead of having a guest actor and guest actress as they do in the acting races among the regulars. From their name, are they some sort of spinoff from the BFCA since they used to do TV movies along with their film awards?

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