Saturday, July 28, 2012


The Television Critic's Association handed out its annual awards tonight and last year’s Best New Show, HBO’s Game Of Thrones, was named Program Of The Year, succeeding last year’s top winner Friday Night Lights.

Downton Abbey (PBS) was named best movie/miniseries.

Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance won for best reality series.

Best New Show went to Homeland. Claire Danes received the individual achievement in drama acting award.

AMC’s Breaking Bad won the best drama series award, while FX’s critically praised Louie was recognized as best comedy. The show's creator/star Louis C.K. earned the individual achievement in comedy prize.

ABC Family’s Switched at Birth was recognized for youth programming.

The iconic CBS program, 60 Minutes won for news and information program.

Cheers won the organization's Heritage Award and late night talk show icon, David Letterman received the Career Achievement honor.

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