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‘Mad Men,’‘Modern Family’honored by TV critics
    2011-06-22  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    首届电视评论家选择奖揭晓 《广告狂人》成最大赢家

    In what amounts to a reflection* of last year’s Emmys and a bold prediction* of this year’s ceremony, “Mad Men” and “Modern Family” won the top prizes at a new event organized by television critics.

    The two shows, both critical successes, took the respective best drama and comedy prizes at the Critics’ Choice Television Awards during a luncheon in Beverly Hills on Monday.

    The event is organized by the nascent* Broadcast Television Journalists Association, a spinoff* of the Broadcast Film Critics Association, a group with an impressive Oscar forecasting pedigree*.

    Organizers hope their fortune-telling prowess* for movies will carry over to the small screen. Their ceremony took place four days before ballots* are due in for the Emmy Awards, television’s top honors. Emmy nominees will be announced on July 14, and the winners on September 18.

    “Mad Men,” a low-rated Madison Avenue drama set in the 1960s, ended up with three Critics’ Choice awards. Series star Jon Hamm also won for best actor in a drama.

    While “Mad Men” has won the top drama Emmy for the past three years, its actors have never been honored.

    “Modern Family,” which led the Critics’ Choice field with six nominations, ended up with just the top comedy award.

    Other Critics’ Choice drama winners included “The Good Wife” star Julianna Margulies as best actress and John Noble for his supporting role in “Fringe.” (SD-Agencies)

 

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