Battlestar, Big Bang Theory and Betty White Sweep TV Critics Awards


The 25th Annual Television Critics Association Awards were handed out Saturday night at an event emceed by Chelsea Handler. Battlestar Galactica was named Program of the Year and Movieline's own crush-object, Betty White, was given the career achievement award. The Big Bang Theory shut out 30 Rock in all comedy categories, proving once and for all which network gifts the best swag. The complete list of TCA winners is after the jump.

Program of the Year: Battlestar Galactica (Syfy)

Outstanding New Program: True Blood (HBO)

Outstanding Achievement in Drama: Mad Men (AMC)

Outstanding Achievement in Comedy: The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

Outstanding Achievement in News & Information: The Alzheimer's Project (HBO)

Outstanding Achievement in Children's Programming: Yo Gabba Gabba (Nickelodeon)

Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Mini-Series & Specials: Grey Gardens (HBO)

Individual Achievement in Comedy: Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

Individual Achievement in Drama: Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad (AMC)

Heritage Award: ER (NBC)

Career Achievement: Betty White


  • Jimmy James Monkey Death Convertable says:

    'Big Bang Theory'?? Tiaras and Tantrums is funnier, and less prissy.

  • Furious D says:

    It's kind of sad to say that even well into her 80s Betty White can bring it better than a lot of today's TV comic performers.