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    A whopping 140 votes came in for the 1st Annual beau Awards, and here are the winners!

     

    Winners are in bold.

     

    COMEDY SERIES

    30 Rock

    The Big Bang Theory

    Community

    Cougar Town

    Desperate Housewives

    Louie

    Modern Family

    The Office

    Parks and Recreation

    Raising Hope

    DETAILS: Modern Family won a tight race with 25.71% of the vote, just beating Desperate Housewives, which received 22.86%.

     

    DRAMA SERIES

    Boardwalk Empire

    Friday Night Lights

    Grey’s Anatomy[/b]

    Justified

    La Reina Del Sur

    Mad Men

    The Good Wife

    The Killing

    The Walking Dead

    True Blood

    DETAILS: In a landslide vote, Grey’s Anatomy wins with 66.43% of the vote, blowing away the competition. The runner-up, which was Mad Men, received a mere 10% of the vote.

     

    COMEDY ACTOR

    Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock

    Steve Carell, The Office

    Louis C.K., Louie

    Johnny Galecki, The Big Bang Theory

    Rob Lowe, Parks and Recreation

    Joel McHale, Community

    Lucas Neff, Raising Hope

    Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory

    DETAILS: No surprise here. Steve Carell wins with 25% of the vote. Jim Parsons is the runner-up with 18.57%.

     

    DRAMA ACTOR

    Sean Bean, Game of Thrones

    Steve Buscemi, Boardwalk Empire

    Kyle Chandler, Friday Night Lights

    Michael C. Hall, Dexter

    Jon Hamm, Mad Men

    Hugh Laurie, House

    Andrew Lincoln, The Walking Dead

    Timothy Olyphant, Justified

    DETAILS: Apparently some people do still watch House, because Hugh Laurie surprisingly wins with 36.43% of the vote. This is especially surprising because High Laurie just barely got nominated. Jon Hamm is the runner-up with 24.29%.

     

    COMEDY ACTRESS

    Courteney Cox, Cougar Town

    Brooke Elliott, Drop Dead Diva

    Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie

    Tina Fey, 30 Rock

    Laura Linney, The Big C

    Billie Piper, Secret Diary of a Call Girl

    Martha Plimpton, Raising Hope

    Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation

    DETAILS: Surprised? Courteney wins with 42.14% of the vote, defeating runner-up Tina Fey who received 17.14%. Tina Fey also just barely took the #2 spot from Amy Poehler, who received 16.43%.

     

    DRAMA ACTRESS

    Connie Britton, Friday Night Lights

    Mireille Enos, The Killing

    Mariska Hargitay, Law and Order: SVU

    Elizabeth Moss, Mad Men

    Ellen Pompeo, Grey’s Anatomy

    Emmy Rossum, Shameless

    Kyra Sedgwick, The Closer

    Anna Torv, Fringe

    DETAILS: Ellen Pompeo stormed this category and decimated it, pulling in an even 75% of the vote, the biggest landslide of the year. Like her show, runner-up Elizabeth Moss trailed with 10% of the vote. Current Emmy holder Kyra Sedgwick received just one vote out of 140, giving her less than 1% (0.71% exactly) of the vote.

     

    COMEDY SUPPORTING ACTOR

    Ty Burrell, Modern Family

    Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Modern Family

    Donald Glover, Community

    Nolan Gould, Modern Family

    John Benjamin Hickey, The Big C

    Justin Kirk, Weeds

    Nick Offerman, Parks and Recreation

    Ed O’Neill, Modern Family

    Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family

    DETAILS: Ty Burrell wins with an even 25%. Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Justin Kirk and Nick Offerman all tied for second, with 12.14%.

     

    DRAMA SUPPORTING ACTOR

    Josh Charles, The Good Wife

    Alan Cumming, The Good Wife

    Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones

    Michael B. Jordan, Friday Night Lights

    John Noble, Fringe

    Michael Pitt, Boardwalk Empire

    Brent Sexton, The Killing

    Michael Shannon, Boardwalk Empire

    John Slattery, Mad Men

    DETAILS: John Slattery expectedly won with 20% of the vote, just barely topping Josh Charles, who received 18.57%.

     

    COMEDY SUPPORTING ACTRESS

    Alison Brie, Community

    Julie Bowen, Modern Family

    Jane Krakowski, 30 Rock

    Heather Morris, Glee

    Busy Phillips, Cougar Town

    Aubrey Plaza, Parks and Recreation

    Sofia Vergara, Modern Family

    Vanessa Williams, Desperate Housewives

    Ariel Winter, Modern Family

    DETAILS: Vanessa Williams wins with 20.71% of the vote. Sofia Vergara took second with 17.14%.

     

    DRAMA SUPPORTING ACTRESS

    Christine Baranski, The Good Wife

    Jennifer Carpenter, Dexter

    Michelle Forbes, The Killing

    Christina Hendricks, Mad Men

    Kelly Macdonald, Boardwalk Empire

    Margo Martindale, Justified

    Sandra Oh, Grey’s Anatomy

    Archie Panjabi, The Good Wife

    Kiernan Shipka, Mad Men

    DETAILS: Continuing the Grey’s Anatomy landslide streak, Sandrah Oh dominated this category with 67.14% of the vote. Archie Panjabi took second with 12.14%.

     

    COMEDY WRITING

    30 Rock – “Queen of Jordan” – Tracey Wigfield

    30 Rock – “When It Rains, It Pours” – Robert Carlock

    Community – “Advanced Dungeons and Dragons” – Andrew Guest

    Modern Family – “Caught in the Act” – Steven Levitan and Jeffry Richman

    Parks and Recreation – “The Fight” – Amy Poehler

    Parks and Recreation – “Flu Season” – Norm Hiscock

    The Office – “Goodbye Michael” – Greg Daniels

    Raising Hope – “Pilot” – Greg Garcia

    DETAILS: The hilarious duo from Modern Family received a nice 36.43% of the vote. Amy Poehler got a second-place shout-out with 14.29% of the vote.

     

    DRAMA WRITING

    Game of Thrones – “Baelor” – David Benioff and D. B. Weiss

    The Good Wife – “VIP Treatment” – Robert King and Michelle King

    The Killing – “Pilot” – Veena Sud

    Mad Men – “The Beautiful Girls” – Dahvi Waller and Matthew Weiner

    Mad Men – “Blowing Smoke” – Andre Jacquemetton and Maria Jacquemetton

    Mad Men – “The Chrysanthemum and the Sword” – Erin Levy

    Mad Men – “The Suitcase” – Matthew Weiner

    Mad Men – “Tomorrowland” – Jonathan Igla and Matthew Weiner

    DETAILS: Mad Men’s “The Suitcase” which was thought to be a lock for the win actually took second with 18.57%, while The Good Wife won with 37.14%.

     

    COMEDY DIRECTING

    30 Rock – “Queen of Jordan” – Ken Whittingham

    The Big C – “Pilot” – Bill Condon

    Community – “A Fistful of Paintballs” – Joe Russo

    Glee – “Original Song” – Bradley Buecker

    Glee – “Duets” – Eric Stoltz

    Modern Family – “Halloween” – Michael Alan Spiller

    The Office – “Goodbye Michael” – Paul Feig

    Parks and Recreation – “The Fight” – Randall Einhorn

    DETAILS: The only category that Glee had a chance of winning, it did not. Mr. Spiller won with 25.71% of the vote, over Bradley Buecker who received 23.57%.

     

    DRAMA DIRECTING

    Boardwalk Empire – “Pilot” – Martin Scorsese

    Dexter – “Take It!” – Romeo Tirone

    The Good Wife – “Closing Arguments” – Robert King

    The Killing – “Pilot” – Patty Jenkins

    Mad Men – “The Beautiful Girls” – Michael Uppendahl

    Mad Men – “The Chrysanthemum and the Sword” – Lesli Linka Glatter

    Mad Men – “The Suitcase” – Jennifer Getzinger

    The Walking Dead – “Days Gone Bye” – Frank Darabont

    DETAILS: The Good Wife has been winning most of the “locked” categories! This one it won with 27.86% of the vote. In fact, Boardwalk Empire didn’t get second, it TIED for it with The Walking Dead, both receiving 15%.

     

    COMEDY GUEST ACTOR

    Matt Damon, 30 Rock

    Richard Dreyfuss, Weeds

    Will Ferrell, The Office

    Eddie Izzard, United States of Tara

    Nathan Lane, Modern Family

    John Lithgow, How I Met Your Mother

    John Slattery, 30 Rock

    Justin Timberlake, Saturday Night Live

    DETAILS: Not much to say her. He got 18.57%. Matt Damon got second with 15.71%.

     

    DRAMA GUEST ACTOR

    John Corbett, Parenthood

    Michael Emerson, Parenthood

    Michael J. Fox, The Good Wife

    Jeremy Irons, Law and Order: SVU

    Jonny Lee Miller, Dexter

    Robert Morse, Mad Men

    Bob Newhart, NCIS

    Henry Winkler, Royal Pains

    DETAILS: The only “lock” that actually won, with 36.43%. Bob Newhart is second with 14.29%.

     

    COMEDY GUEST ACTRESS

    Kristin Chenoweth, Glee

    Tina Fey, Saturday Night Live

    Cloris Leachman, Raising Hope

    Megan Mullally, Parks and Recreation

    Amy Poehler, Saturday Night Live

    Parker Posey, Parks and Recreation

    Sherri Shepherd, 30 Rock

    Elaine Stritch, 30 Rock

    DETAILS: Kristin Chenoweth just barely beat Tina Fey, with 20% and 19.29%, respectively.

     

    DRAMA GUEST ACTRESS

    Shohreh Aghdashloo, Law and Order: SVU

    Candice Bergen, House

    Joan Cusack, Shameless

    America Ferrera, The Good Wife

    Debra Messing, Law and Order: SVU

    Sarah Silverman, The Good Wife

    Julia Stiles, Dexter

    Alfre Woodard, True Blood

    DETAILS: The awards queen presides again with 20% of. Julia Stiles follows with 18.57%.

     

    SERIES OF THE YEAR

    Grey’s Anatomy

    Justified

    Modern Family

    Parks and Recreation

    DETAILS: Another Grey’s landslide. They won with 72.86% of the vote. Modern Family and breakout hit Parks and Recreation tied for second with 11.43% of the vote.

     

    REALITY SERIES

    Cake Boss

    Dirty Jobs

    Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution

    Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List

    Shark Tank

    Undercover Boss

    DETAILS: Kathy won with 27.14%. Current Emmy hold Jamie Oliver gets 24.29%, taking second place.

     

    REALITY-COMPETITION SERIES

    The Amazing Race

    The Celebrity Apprentice

    Dancing With The Stars

    So You Think You Can Dance

    Top Chef

    The Voice

    DETAILS: Maybe it was Kirstie Alley that propelled Dancing with the Stars to a 26.43% victory. The Amazing Race took second with 17.86%.

     

    REALITY-COMPETITION HOST

    Carson Daly, The Voice

    Cat Deeley, So You Think You Can Dance

    Phil Keoghan, The Amazing Race

    Heidi Klum, Project Runway

    Jeff Probst, Survivor

    Ryan Seacrest, American Idol

    DETAILS[/B]: The gorgeous Ms. Klum wins with 26.43% of the vote. Ryan Seacrest gets the silver medal with 23.57%.

     

    VARIETY/TALK SHOW

    Conan

    The Colbert Report

    Green Room with Paul Provenza

    Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

    Real Time with Bill Maher

    Saturday Night Live

    DETAILS: With The Daily Show not among the nominations, it was a clear path for SNL to take this award, garnering 35.71% of the votes. The NBC love stayed alive, giving Late Night second place with 22.14%.

     

    VARIETY/TALK SHOW HOST/PERFORMER

    Conan O’Brien, Conan

    Stephen Colbert, The Colbert Report

    Jimmy Fallon, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

    George Lopez, Lopez Tonight

    Bill Maher, Real Time with Bill Maher

    Paul Provenza, Green Room with Paul Provenza

    DETAILS: The NBC love from the last category prevailed again, with Fallon winning 26.43% of the vote. Some ex-NBC love got Conan O’Brien second place with 25.71%.

     

    COMEDIC ENSEMBLE

    30 Rock

    The Big Bang Theory

    Desperate Housewives

    Happy Endings

    Modern Family

    Parks and Recreation

    DETAILS[/B]: The only tie of the year! The wonderful casts of Modern Family and Desperate Housewives share this award, both with 29.29% of the vote. In second is the cast of 30 Rock, with 14.29%.

     

    DRAMATIC ENSEMBLE

    Boardwalk Empire

    Burn Notice

    The Closer

    The Good Wife

    Hawaii Five-0

    Mad Men

    DETAILS[/B]: Another Good Wife win! This one they took with 33.57% of the vote, with second going to Mad Men with 19.29%. I wonder what would’ve happened if Grey’s Anatomy was nominated.

     

    COMEDIC EPISODE

    “Advanced Dungeons and Dragons” – Community

    “Caught in the Act” – Modern Family

    “Cooperative Calligraphy” – Community

    “The Cruciferous Vegetable Amplification” – The Big Bang Theory

    “The Fight” – Parks and Recreation

    “Flu Season” – Parks and Recreation

    DETAILS: Of course it would be that episode that won this award. They got 39.29% of the vote. The Big Bang Theory came in second with 21.43%.

     

    DRAMATIC EPISODE

    “The Chrysanthemum and the Sword” – Mad Men

    “Funeral” – Glee

    “Grilled Cheesus” – Glee

    “Mother’s Day” – Modern Family

    “The Suitcase” – Mad Men

    “Taking the Plunge” – The Big C

    DETAILS: I found this to be the most shocking win considering the dramatic caliber of the other nominees. Modern Family won 27.86% of the vote. “The Suitcase” is number two with 20.71%.

     

    ANIMATED PROGRAM

    American Dad!

    Bob’s Burgers

    The Cleveland Show

    Family Guy

    The Simpsons

    South Park

    DETAILS[/B]: The Simpsons narrowly won over Family Guy, with 39.39% and 37.86%, respectively.

     

    VOICE-OVER PERFORMANCE

    Hank Azaria, The Simpsons

    H. Jon Benjamin, Bob’s Burgers

    Alex Borstein, Family Guy

    Mike Henry, The Cleveland Show/Family Guy

    Seth MacFarlane, Family Guy/American Dad!/The Cleveland Show

    Trey Parker, South Park

    DETAILS[/B]: Apparently the Tony sweep didn’t boost Trey Parker’s chances. Hank won with 38.57%. Seth MacFarlane followed with 19.29%.

     

    AWESOME MOMENT

    30 Rock Live – 30 Rock

    Charlie Sheen Fired – Two and a Half Men

    Claire and Phil Get “Caught in the Act” – Modern Family

    Modern Family in 3D, with George Clooney, etc. – 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards

    My Dinner with Abed – Community

    Opening Number – 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards

    DETAILS[/B]: The re-tooling of Modern Family proved awesome enough to win this award with 35% of the vote. The Dunphy parents getting caught in the middle of their anniversary morning-fun took second place with 20%.

     

    SHOCKING MOMENT

    Ed O’Neill Gets Snubbed – 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards

    Elka Gets Sentenced – Hot in Cleveland

    Mitchell and Cam Want to Adopt Again – Modern Family

    Julianna Margulies Doesn’t Win – 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards

    Sue Sylvester Vows to Stop Terrorizing Glee Club – Glee

    Top Chef Defeats The Amazing Race – 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards

    DETAILS: Apparently the big loss paid off, because it was that loss that won this award with 27.86% of the vote. Sue Sylvester’s vow to end her reign of terror took second with 25% of the vote.

     

    NEW SERIES OF THE SEASON

    The Big C

    Boardwalk Empire

    Hawaii Five-0

    Mike and Molly

    Raising Hope

    Shit My Dad Says

    DETAILS: Raising Hope initially had this one in the bag, until a sudden surge of love for Hawaii Five-0 pushed it to a win by ONE VOTE, giving it 24.29%. Raising Hope gets second with 23.57%. Remember though that Raising Hope did make it into the Comedy Series nominations, but Hawaii Five-0 did not make it into drama series.

     

    SERIES YOU’LL MISS THE MOST

    Friday Night Lights

    Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution

    Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List

    Secret Diary of a Call Girl

    Smallville

    United States of Tara

    DETAILS: I didn’t want to call this one a lock because I know that people here liked Kathy Griffin, which didn’t even get second. FNL won with 30% of the vote. Smallville came in second with 27.86%.

     

    MOST ANTICIPATED NEW SERIES

    2 Broke Girls

    Person of Interest

    Ringer

    Smash

    Terra Nova

    Up All Night

    DETAILS: The all-star cast of Up All Night most likely propelled it to a 27.14% victory. Number two is Terra Nova with 16.43%.

     

    FAVORITE CLASSIC

    All in the Family

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer

    Cheers

    E.R.

    Everybody Loves Raymond

    Friends

    Seinfeld

    The Sopranos

    DETAILS: Friends easily won with 42.86% of the vote. The incredible E.R. took second with 20.71%.

     

    FUTURE CLASSIC

    30 Rock

    The Big Bang Theory

    Boardwalk Empire

    Community

    Hot in Cleveland

    Mad Men

    Modern Family

    Weeds

    DETAILS: As usual, the family sitcom is the most-likely classic. Modern Family wins 27.86% of the vote. The Big Bang Theory is in second with 20%.

     

    What do you guys think? How do you feel this will compare with the Emmy’s? Any shockers? Anything undeserved or totally deserved? Share your tho

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