HBO’s "Boardwalk Empire" topped the television side of the 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, which were held Sunday evening in Los Angeles, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The prohibition-era drama took two honors, including winning the key category of ensemble in a drama series. Steve Buscemi also won male actor in a drama for the show.
ABC’s "Modern Family" won for ensemble in a comedy series. Other TV winners included "American Horror Story," "30 Rock," "Too Big to Fail" and "Mildred Pierce," the story adds.
Alec Baldwin of "30 Rock" won for male actor in a comedy series, beating Steve Carell of "The Office," while Betty White won for female actor in a comedy series for "Hot in Cleveland," marking her second SAG Award in a row for the same role. White is also a recipient of SAG’s Life Achievement Award.
Here is the full list of awards, including winners in the film categories:
Male actor in a comedy series — Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock
Female actor in a comedy series — Betty White, Hot in Cleveland
Ensemble in a comedy series — Modern Family
Female actor in a drama series — Jessica Lange, American Horror Story
Male actor in a drama series — Steve Buscemi, Boardwalk Empire
Ensemble in a drama series — Boardwalk Empire
Female actor in a TV movie or mini — Kate Winslet, Mildred Pierce
Male actor in a TV movie or mini — Paul Giamatti, Too Big to Fail
Life achievement — Mary Tyler Moore
Male actor in a leading role — Jean Dujardin, The Artist
Female actor in a leading role — Viola Davis, The Help
Cast of a motion picture — The Help
Male actor in a supporting role — Christopher Plummer, Beginners
Female actor in a supporting role — Octavia Spencer, The Help