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[06/18/12 - 10:01 PM]
Broadcast Television Journalists Association Announces Winners of the 2nd Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards
"Breaking Bad," "Homeland," "Modern Family," "Parks and Recreation" and "Sherlock" each took home two wins.

[via press release from Broadcast Television Journalists Association]

Broadcast Television Journalists Association Announces Winners of the 2nd Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards

LOS ANGELES (June 18, 2012) - The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA), an offshoot of the Broadcast Film Critics Association, today announced the winners of the 2nd annual Critics' Choice Television Awards. The star-studded gala awards dinner to acknowledge and honor the best in television was held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel earlier this evening.

Homeland took home the prize for Best Drama Series while Community won in the Best Comedy Series category. Best Reality Series went to Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, while Best Reality Show-Competition went to The Voice. Late Night with Jimmy Fallon was honored as Best Talk Show, Archer was honored as Best Animated Series, and Sherlock was honored as Best Movie/Miniseries. NBC was the most awarded network with five wins followed by ABC and AMC, which tied with three wins each.

Actors Bryan Cranston and Louis C.K. won Best Actor in a Drama Series for Breaking Bad and Best Actor in a Comedy Series for Louie, respectively. Claire Danes was honored as Best Actress in a Drama Series for her role in Homeland while Zooey Deschanel and Amy Poehler tied for Best Actress in a Comedy Series for their roles in New Girl and Parks and Recreation, respectively. Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series went to Mad Men's Christina Hendricks for the second year in a row. Breaking Bad's Giancarlo Esposito was named Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. Julie Bowen took home the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy and Ty Burrell won Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for their roles in Modern Family. Lucy Liu won Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series for Southland, and Paul Rudd won Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series for his role on Parks and Recreation.

Dancing with the Star's Tom Bergeron and So You Think You Can Dance's Cat Deeley tied for Best Reality Host. Benedict Cumberbatch was recognized as Best Actor in a Movie/Miniseries for his work in Sherlock, while Julianne Moore was named Best Actress in a Movie/Miniseries for her role in Game Change. In addition, The Following, The Mindy Project, Nashville, The Newsroom and Political Animals were honored as Most Exciting New Series.

Acting category nominees in attendance included: Gillian Anderson (Great Expectations), Julie Bowen (Modern Family), Alison Brie (Community), Ty Burrell (Modern Family), Kevin Costner (Hatfields & McCoys), Don Cheadle (House of Lies), Cat Deeley (So You Think You Can Dance), Zooey Deschanel (New Girl), Garret Dillahunt (Raising Hope), Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad), Max Greenfield (New Girl), Anna Gunn (Breaking Bad), Christina Hendricks (Mad Men), Cheryl Hines (Suburgatory), Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy), Gillian Jacobs (Community), Phil Keoghan (The Amazing Race), Regina King (Southland), Lucy Liu (Southland/Elementary), Justin Long (New Girl), Joel McHale (Community), Julianne Moore (Game Change), John Noble (Fringe), Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation), Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad), Carrie Preston (The Good Wife), Danny Pudi (Community), Ashley Rickards (Awkward), Emmy Rossum (Shameless), Katey Sagal (Sons of Anarchy), Eden Sher (The Middle), Maggie Siff (Sons of Anarchy), RuPaul (RuPaul's Drag U), Damon Wayans Jr. (Happy Endings), Chloe Webb (Shameless) and Casey Wilson (Happy Endings).

Presenters included: Beth Behrs (Two Broke Girls), Chris Colfer (Glee), Josh Dallas (Once Upon a Time), Emily Deschanel (Bones), Patrick Duffy (Dallas), Donald Faison (The Exes), Sharon Gless (Burn Notice), Ginnifer Goodwin (Once Upon a Time), Josh Hopkins (Cougar Town), Stana Katic (Castle), Cloris Leachman (Raising Hope), Robert Patrick (True Blood), Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story), Busy Philipps (Cougar Town), Hannah Simone (New Girl), Kate Walsh (Private Practice) and Shane West (Nikita).

Stars of the five shows acclaimed as Most Exciting New Series were also in attendance including: Mindy Kaling (The Mindy Project), Chris Messina (The Mindy Project), Olivia Munn (The Newsroom), Hayden Panettiere (Nashville), Thomas Sadoski (The Newsroom) and Natalie Zea (The Following).

The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) also partnered with thalo Magazine to recognize Smash with the thalo's Critics' Choice Inspiration Award, which honors a television show for illuminating the fine arts in its subject matter and production methods, along with the individuals who infuse those productions with their artistic passions.

The Critics' Choice Television Awards honored programs and performances that aired between June 1, 2011 and May 31, 2012, except for the Most Exciting New Series, which are shows premiering after June 1, 2012. Six new categories debuted this year including Best Movie or Mini-series, Best Actor in a Movie or Mini-Series, Best Actress in a Movie or Mini-Series, Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series, Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series and Best Animated Series. The full winners tally is included below.

The 2nd annual Critics' Choice Television Awards were executive produced by Bob Bain for Bob Bain Productions.

About BTJA

The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) is a partner organization to the Broadcast Film Critics Association. BTJA includes TV, radio and Internet journalists who cover television on a regular basis. For more information, visit: www.CriticsChoice.com

WINNERS OF THE 2nd ANNUAL CRITICS' CHOICE TELEVISION AWARDS

Best Drama Series
Homeland - Showtime

Best Actor in a Drama Series
Bryan Cranston - Breaking Bad - AMC

Best Actress in a Drama Series
Claire Danes - Homeland - Showtime

Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Giancarlo Esposito - Breaking Bad - AMC

Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Christina Hendricks - Mad Men - AMC

Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series
Lucy Liu - Southland - TNT

Best Reality Series
Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations - Travel Channel

Best Reality Series - Competition
The Voice - NBC

Best Reality Show Host - TIE
Tom Bergeron - Dancing with the Stars - ABC
Cat Deeley - So You Think You Can Dance - FOX

Best Talk Show
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon - NBC

Best Comedy Series
Community - NBC

Best Actor in a Comedy Series
Louis C.K. - Louie - FX

Best Actress in a Comedy Series - TIE
Zooey Deschanel - New Girl - FOX
Amy Poehler - Parks and Recreation - NBC

Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Ty Burrell - Modern Family - ABC

Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy
Julie Bowen - Modern Family - ABC

Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series
Paul Rudd - Parks and Recreation - NBC

Best Animated Series
Archer - FX

Best Movie/Miniseries
Sherlock - PBS

Best Actor in a Movie/Miniseries
Benedict Cumberbatch - Sherlock - PBS

Best Actress in a Movie/Miniseries
Julianne Moore - Game Change - HBO

Most Exciting New Series
The Following (Fox/Warner Bros.)
The Mindy Project (Fox/Universal)
Nashville (ABC/Lionsgate)
The Newsroom (HBO)
Political Animals (USA/Warner Bros.)

WINNERS Tally
NETWORKS, CHANNELS & DISTRIBS
NBC - 5
ABC - 3
AMC - 3
Fox - 2
FX - 2
PBS - 2
Showtime - 2
HBO - 1
TNT - 1
Travel Channel - 1

SHOWS
Breaking Bad - 2
Homeland - 2
Modern Family - 2
Parks and Recreation - 2
Sherlock - 2
Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations - 1
Archer - 1
Community - 1
Dancing with the Stars - 1
Game Change - 1
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon - 1
Louie - 1
Mad Men - 1
New Girl - 1
So You Think You Can Dance - 1
Southland - 1
The Voice - 1





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· ANTHONY BOURDAIN: NO RESERVATIONS (TRAVEL)
· ARCHER (FXX)
· BREAKING BAD (AMC)
· COMMUNITY (YAHOO)
· DANCING WITH THE STARS (ABC)
· FOLLOWING, THE (FOX)
· GAME CHANGE (HBO)
· HOMELAND (SHOWTIME)
· LOUIE (FX)
· MAD MEN (AMC)
· MINDY PROJECT, THE (HULU)
· MODERN FAMILY (ABC)
· NASHVILLE (CMT)
· NEW GIRL (FOX)
· NEWSROOM, THE (HBO)
· PARKS & RECREATION (NBC)
· POLITICAL ANIMALS (USA)
· SHERLOCK (PBS)
· SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE (FOX)
· SOUTHLAND (TNT)
· VOICE, THE (NBC)





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