Critics’ Choice Television Awards

Critics’ Choice Television Awards

The 2016 Critics’ Choice Television Awards held its seventh annual awards ceremony that runs from January 1 2016 until November 2016 after which they have the awards on December 11 the same year. The current nominees and winners honour the best of prime time television with the last awards held in California.

On the 14th of November nominees are announced with HBO having 22 nominations while ABC and Netflix has 12 each. The People v, O.J. Simpson won four awards with two others earning themselves two which were Westworld and Saturday Night Live.

Other categories awards and winners include

  • Best Drama Series – Game of Thrones
  • Best Comedy series – Silicon Valley
  • Best Movie/Mini Series – The People v. O.J. Simpson
  • Best animated Series – BoJack Horseman
  • Most Bingeworthy Show – Outlander
  • Best actor in Comedy Series – Donald Glover playing Earnest Marks
  • Best Actress in a Comedy Series – Kate McKinnon playing various characters
  • Best Supporting Actress – Jane Krakowski playing Jacqueline White
  • Best Supporting Actor - Louie Anderson playing Christine Baskets
  • Best Drama Actor – Bob Odendrick playing Jimmy McGill
  • Best Drama Actress – Evan Rachel Wood who played Dolores Abernathy
  • Best drama supporting actor – John Lithgrow who played Winston Churchill
  •  Best drama supporting actress – Thandie Newton who played Maeve Millay
  • Best actor in movie – Courtney B. Vance who played Johnnie Cochran
  • Best actress in movie – Sarah Paulson as Marcia Clark
  • Best supporting movie actor Sterling K. Brown as Christopher Darden
  • Best supporting movie actress - Regina King as Terri LaCroix
  • Best Guest Performer Comedy – Alec Baldwin
  •  Best Guest Performer Drama – Jeffrey Dean Morgan
  • Best Unstructured Reality – Anthony Bourdain
  • Best structural Reality – Shark Tank
  • Best Talk Show – The late Night Show with James Corden
  • Best reality Show host – Anthony Bourdain
  • Best competition reality series – The Voice

Plays and movies that received multiple nominations include the People v. O.J. Simpson, The Game of Thrones and The Night Manager each with six nominations.

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