FX’s freshman comedy, Atlanta, and Hulu’s breakout drama, The Handmaid’s Tale, each won two awards at the 33rd Annual Television Critics Association Awards tonight: the former for Outstanding Achievement in Comedy and its creator/star, Donald Glover; the latter for Outstanding Achievement in Drama and the night’s top prize, Program of the Year.
Other winners, determined by the votes of TCA’s membership of more 220 professional TV critics and journalists in the U.S. and Canda, included The Leftovers and Fargo actress Carrie Coon, ESPN’s docuseries O.J.: Made in America, NBC’s popular This Is Us. Along with Uproxx’s Alan Sepinwall, Paste’s assistant TV editor, Amy Amatangelo, presented the award for Outstanding Achievement in Youth Programming to ABC’s Speechless.
Read the full list of winers below:
Individual Achievement in Drama: Carrie Coon (THE LEFTOVERS & FARGO, HBO & FX)
Individual Achievement in Comedy: Donald Glover (ATLANTA, FX)
Outstanding Achievement in News and Information: O.J.: MADE IN AMERICA (ESPN)
Outstanding Achievement in Reality Programming: LEAH REMINI: SCIENTOLOGY AND THE AFTERMATH (A&E)
Outstanding Achievement in Youth Programming: SPEECHLESS (ABC)
Outstanding New Program: THIS IS US (NBC)
Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Miniseries and Specials: BIG LITTLE LIES (HBO)
Outstanding Achievement in Drama: THE HANDMAID’S TALE (Hulu)
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy: ATLANTA (FX)
Program of the Year: THE HANDMAID’S TALE (Hulu)
Career Achievement Award: Ken Burns
Heritage Award: SEINFELD (NBC)