One television show was the clear winner as the Critics’ Choice Television Awards were handed out Monday night. In the comedy category, CBS’s “The Big Bang Theory” was named best series — while its counterparts in drama had to settle for sharing top honors.
HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad” finished in a tie for best drama series.
“The Big Bang Theory” also did well in the acting categories, with Simon Helberg winning best supporting actor while the show’s Kaley Cuoco shared best supporting actress with Eden Sher of ABC’s “The Middle.”
“Breaking Bad’s” Bryan Cranston won best actor in a drama for the second year in a row. The winner for best actress in a drama was a surprise, with Tatiana Maslany winning for BBC America’s “Orphan Black.”
Louis C.K. and Julia Louis-Dreyfus won best actor and actress in a comedy series for FX’s “Louie” and HBO’s “Veep,” respectively.
Click here for a complete list of winners, along with all the nominees.