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Television Critics Association Awards Results

The
non-televised award ceremony honored the best of television as chosen
by the critics and journalists that make up the 200 members of the
TCA. Nick Offerman, of Parks and Recreation, hosted the
awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. In addition to
the honor of emceeing the event, Offerman was awarded the title of
Individual Achievement in Comedy, along with Modern Family’s
Ty Burrell, in a rare draw. Friday Night Lights –who was also
awarded the title of Outstanding New Program the year it debuted-
took home the big prize with the award for Program of the Year.

Program of the
Year:

Friday
Night Lights

(DirecTV/NBC)

Outstanding
Achievement in Drama:

Mad
Men

(AMC)

Outstanding
Achievement in Comedy:

Modern
Family

(ABC)

Outstanding
Achievement in Reality Programming:

The
Amazing Race

(CBS)

Individual
Achievement in Drama:

Jon
Hamm (Mad Men, AMC)

Individual
Achievement in Comedy:

Ty
Burrell (
Modern
Family
,
ABC) & Nick Offerman (
Parks
and Recreation
,
NBC)

Outstanding
New Program:

Game
of Thrones
(HBO)

Outstanding
Achievement in Movies, Miniseries and Specials:

Masterpiece:
Sherlock

(PBS)

Career
Achievement Award:

Oprah
Winfrey

Heritage
Award:

The
Dick Van Dyke Show

Outstanding
Achievement in News and Information:

Restrepo
(National Geographic Channel)

Outstanding
Achievement in Youth Programming:

Sesame
Street

(PBS)

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