Game of Thrones the big winner at the TCA Awards
Mon, 30 Jul 2012 11:07a.m.
Medieval fantasy series Game of Thrones triumphed at the 2012 Television Critics Association Awards on Saturday night by landing the coveted Programme of the Year prize.
The drama joined Breaking Bad and Downton Abbey among the big winners in Los Angeles, while blonde beauty Claire Danes and funnyman Louis C.K. picked up the top acting trophies.
Meanwhile, US TV host David Letterman was honoured with the Career Achievement Award and the TCA also paid homage to Cheers by presenting the beloved series with the Heritage Award.
The complete list of winners is as follows:
Individual Achievement in Drama: Claire Danes, Homeland Individual Achievement in Comedy: Louis C.K., Louie Outstanding Achievement in News and Information: 60 Minutes Outstanding Achievement in Reality Programming: So You Think You Can Dance Outstanding Achievement in Youth Programming: Switched at Birth Outstanding New Programme: Homeland Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Miniseries and Specials: Masterpiece: Downton Abbey Outstanding Achievement in Drama: Breaking Bad Outstanding Achievement in Comedy: Louie Career Achievement Award: David Letterman Heritage Award: Cheers Programme of the Year: Game of Thrones
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