“Glee” walked away with the biggest haul at the Television Critics Association Awards on Saturday.
The FOX show, which is also nominated for 19 Emmys, won three awards at the 26th annual ceremony, including the top honor of program of the year. It also won for outstanding new program, and Jane Lynch won the award for individual achievement in comedy.
It did not, however, win the honor for best comedy. That award went to ABC’s “Modern Family,” which is up for 14 Emmys. There was a tie for best drama series between “Lost” and “Breaking Bad,” and Julianna Margulies won the individual drama award for her performance on “The Good Wife.” “M*A*S*H” won the TCA’s Heritage Award, and “Maverick” and “Rockford Files” star James Garner was given the career achievement honor.
“Parenthood” star Dax Shepard emceed the awards.
All the winners:
Program of the year: “Glee”
Outstanding achievement in drama: (tie) “Breaking Bad” and “Lost”
Outstanding achievement in comedy: “Modern Family”
Outstanding new program: “Glee”
Individual achievement in drama: Julianna Margulies, “The Good Wife”
Individual achievement in comedy: Jane Lynch, “Glee”
Outstanding achievement in movies, miniseries or specials: “The Pacific”
Outstanding ahcievement in news and information: “Life”
Outstanding achievement in youth programming: “Yo Gabba Gabba”
Career achievement: James Garner
Heritage Award: “M*A*S*H”