The 22nd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards were presented Sunday night, with the film and television awards presented in a single ceremony.
In television, “Silicon Valley” won Best Comedy Series while “Game of Thrones” was named Best Drama Series. Other top TV awards included Kate McKinnon’s win for Best Actress in a Comedy Series for “Saturday Night Live” and Donald Glover’s honor for Best Actor in a Comedy Series for “Atlanta.”
In the drama acting categories, Evan Rachel Wood won Best Actress for “Westworld” and Bob Odenkirk won Best Actor for “Game of Thrones.”
It was a big night for FX, which led all TV networks with six trophies, ahead of HBO’s four and three apiece for Netflix and NBC. Fueling the FX total was “The People v. O.J. Simpson” with four wins.
On the film side, Best Picture went to “La La Land” — one of eight awards won by the movie — while Casey Affleck won Best Actor for “Manchester by the Sea” and Natalie Portman was honored as Best Actress for “Jackie.”
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