"Glee" Wins Top Three Critics Circle Association Awards

News   "Glee" Wins Top Three Critics Circle Association Awards
FOX's hit, music-filled series "Glee" took top honors at the 2010 Television Critics Circle Association Awards, including Outstanding New Program. The awards were presented at the Beverly Hilton Hotel July 31.

The TCA Awards present honors in eleven categories. "Glee" was the only series to win multiple awards. The series also earned Outstanding Achievement in Comedy for actress Jane Lynch, who plays conniving cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester, and Program of the Year. ABC's "Modern Family" earned Outstanding Achievement in Comedy, while "Lost" and "Breaking Bad" took Outstanding Achievement in Drama.

Other notable awards include Individual Achievement in Drama, which went to Juliana Margulies for "The Good Wife"; and the Heritage Award, which was presented to "M*A*S*H*." James Garner was presented with the Career Achievement honor.

For a complete list of winners visit TVCritics.

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