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WINNERS ANNOUNCED For The 1st Annual T-Beau-T Awards for Television

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    #234577

    The “ceremony” is being ditched. I was having trouble finding clips and it was getting too long.

    Here is the winner list. I will post winner counts later.

    Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
    Alison Brie, Community
    Julie Bowen, Modern Family
    Jane Krakowski, 30 Rock
    Busy Phillips, Cougar Town
    Aubrey Plaza, Parks and Recreation
    Sofia Vergara, Modern Family

    Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
    Emilia Clarke, Game of Thrones
    Michelle Forbes, The Killing
    Christina Hendricks, Mad Men
    Margo Martindale, Justified
    Archie Panjabi, The Good Wife
    Kiernan Shipka, Mad Men

    Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
    Ty Burrell, Modern Family
    Donald Glover, Community
    Nick Offerman, Parks and Recreation
    Ed O’Neill, Modern Family
    Danny Pudi, Community
    Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family

    Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
    Andre Braugher, Men of a Certain Age
    Josh Charles, The Good Wife
    Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones
    Walton Goggins, Justified
    John Noble, Fringe
    John Slattery, Mad Men

    Oustanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series

    Jeremy Davies, Justified

    Bruce Dern, Big Love

    Michael J. Fox, The Good Wife

    Hal Holbrook, Sons of Anarchy

    Paul McCrane, Harry’s Law

    Jonny Lee Miller, Dexter

    Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series

    Will Arnett, 30 Rock

    Matt Damon, 30 Rock

    Nathan Lane, Modern Family

    Rob Lowe, Californication

    Jim Rash, Community

    John Slattery, 30 Rock

    Justin Timberlake, Saturday Night Live

    Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series

    Elizabeth Banks, 30 Rock

    Tina Fey, Saturday Night Live

    Cloris Leachman, Raising Hope

    Megan Mullally, Parks and Recreation

    Amy Poehler, Saturday Night Live

    Sherri Shepherd, 30 Rock

    Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series

    Cara Buono, Mad Men

    Joan Cusack, Shameless

    Loretta Devine, Grey’s Anatomy

    Debra Messing, Law and Order: SVU

    Randee Heller, Mad Men

    Julia Stiles, Dexter

    Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series

    30 Rock – Beth McCarthy-Miller – “Live Show: West Coast”

    Community – Joe Russo – “A Fistfull of Paintballs”

    Modern Family – Steven Levitan – “See You Next Fall”

    Louie – Louis CK – “God”

    Parks and Recreation – Dean Holland – “Harvest Festival”

    Parks and Recreation – Michael Trim – “Fancy Party”

    Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series

    Boardwalk Empire – Martin Scorcese – “Pilot”

    Game of Thrones – Tim van Patten – “Winter is Coming”

    Game of Thrones – Alan Taylor – “Baelor”

    The Good Wife – Robert King – “Closig Arguments”

    The Killing – Patty Jenkins – “Pilot”

    Mad Men – Jennifer Getzinger – “The Suitcase”

    Oustanding Writing for a Drama Series

    Friday Night Lights – Jason Katims – “Always”

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

    Justified – Taylor Elmore – “Brother’s Keeper”

    The Killing – Veena Sud – “Pilot”

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

    Mad Men – Matthew Weiner – “The Suitcase”

    Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series

    Community – Megan Ganz – “Cooperative Calligraphy”

    Community – Sona Panos – “Critical Film Studies”

    Modern Family – Jeffrey Richman – “Halloween”

    Parks and Recreation – Daniel J. Goor – “Li’l Sebastian”

    Parks and Recreation – Norm Hiscock – “Flu Season”

    Parks and Recreation – Amy Poehler – “The Fight”

    Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series

    The Colbert Report (tie)

    Conan

    The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (tie)

    The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

    Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

    Saturday Night Live

    Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

    Connie Britton, Friday Night Lights

    Mireille Enos, The Killing

    Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife

    Elisabeth Moss, Mad Men

    Katey Sagal, Sons of Anarchy

    Anna Torv, Fringe

    Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

    Sean Bean, Game of Thrones

    Kyle Chandler, Friday Night Lights

    Michael C. Hall, Dexter

    Jon Hamm, Mad Men

    Charlie Hunnam, Sons of Anarchy

    Timothy Olyphant, Justified

    Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

    Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock

    Steve Carell, The Office

    Louis CK, Louie

    Rob Lowe, Parks and Recreation

    Joel McHale, Community

    Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory

    Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

    Courteney Cox, Cougar Town

    Tina Fey, 30 Rock (tie)

    Laura Linney, The Big C

    Mary-Louise Parker, Weeds

    Martha Plimpton, Raising Hope

    Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation (tie)

    Actress of the Year

    Julianna Margulies

    Margo Martindale

    Elisabeth Moss

    Amy Poehler

    Katey Sagal

    Anna Torv

    Actor of the Year

    Ty Burrell

    Steve Carell

    Kyle Chandler

    Peter Dinklage

    Jon Hamm

    Timothy Olyphant

    Outstanding Drama Series

    Friday Night Lights

    Game of Thrones

    The Good Wife

    Justified

    Mad Men

    Sons of Anarchy

    Outstanding Comedy Series

    30 Rock

    The Big Bang Theory

    Community

    Cougar Town

    Modern Family

    Parks and Recreation

    Raising Hope

    Series of the Year

    Friday Night Lights

    Fringe

    Game of Thrones

    Justified

    Parks and Recreation

    Sons of Anarchy

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    Karl William
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    Is this starting today?

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    Trent
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    Is this starting today?

    I quit the one by one thing too and updated the first post. Check it. 

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    Mirielle Enos?

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    Mirielle Enos?

    Yeah, seriously, she was in my opinion far and away the least deserving candidate on that list.  That isn’t necessarily a knock on her so much as a testimony to the strength of the category though.  But I guess other people disagree, and that’s cool.

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    wow that is great, I’m also surprised by Enos but I liked her performance a lot.

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    [quote=”robbypop”]

    Mirielle Enos?

    Yeah, seriously, she was in my opinion far and away the least deserving candidate on that list.  That isn’t necessarily a knock on her so much as a testimony to the strength of the category though.  But I guess other people disagree, and that’s cool.

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    Eno was deifnitely the birght spot of a very disappointing show.  Her performance was desrving of every nomination she ever received but the win is very surprising to me.

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    Here’s a cool fact, that may help understand some Emmy upsets:

    Mireille Enos actually got a majority of your guys’ second place votes. However, many of you had different people in first place, so much that there was a vote split, allowing Mireille to gain the most “points” with all of the second place placings.

    I can’t wait to do this again in June. It was really fun. 

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    Winner tally:

    6: Parks and Recreation
    4: 30 Rock, Game of Thrones
    2: Justified, Mad Men
    1: The Colbert Report, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Killing, Louie
    0: The rest.

    Amy Poehler has the most awards so far, winning three out of her four nominations. 

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    The tiebetween The Daily Show and The Colbert Report and the one between Poehler and Fey are pretty sweet, but I’m disappointed by the lack of Community love, especially in Writing and Supporting (Jane Krakoswki, really ?).

     

    Overall, though, pretty good list of winners, Amy Poehler sweeping seems about right.

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    I like these wins. Enos is deserving in my book. Her performance in “Missing” was one of the best of the year. I actually sort of thought she desered to win the Emmy. I didn’t think 30 Rock would get that many wins, so that was a pleasant surprise. (Although I would have preferred Sherri Shepard over Elizabeth Banks). 

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    What a tough year for Steve Carell. No Globe nods, never an Emmy winner, probably never going to be an Oscar nominee, and now he’s not even the winner of a fan vote. 

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    Yes! Enos was so good on the Killing, I’m glad for her to get a little love. I really hope she doesn’t completely drop off the radar for season 2.

     

    If only the Emmys would embrace Parks and Rec as much as we have…

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