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'Mad Men,' 'Glee' Among Winners at Golden Globes

by Andrew Scott, posted Jan 17th 2010 8:09PM
Glee'Mad Men' continued its awards show hot streak this evening, winning the Golden Globe for Best Drama Series for the third straight year.

Among the nominees were 'House' and 'Dexter,' which won the most awards of any other series, with two.

Meanwhile, the Hollywood Foreign Press gave 'Glee' something to sing about: The newbie FOX series, which led the night with four nominations, won Best Comedy Series.Glee'Mad Men' continued its awards show hot streak this evening, winning the Golden Globe for Best Drama Series for the third straight year.

Among the nominees were 'House' and 'Dexter,' which won the most awards of any other series, with two.

Meanwhile, the Hollywood Foreign Press gave 'Glee' something to sing about: The newbie FOX series, which led the night with four nominations, won Best Comedy Series.

The night began with a win for Toni Collette in the Best Actress in a Comedy category. The 'United States of Tara' star took home the gold amidst some tough competition that included 'Cougar Town''s Courteney Cox and perennial awards show magnet Tina Fey.

'30 Rock''s Alec Baldwin won Best Actor in a Comedy Series, his third win to date.

Meanwhile, John Lithgow won Best Supporting Actor in TV Series, Mini-Series or TV movie for his chilling role as the Trinity Killer on the Showtime series 'Dexter.'

"I've had the most wonderful time creeping out the entire country for the last six months," he quipped.

Chloe Sevigny ('Big Love') was awarded Best Supporting Actress.

Lithgow's co-star, Michael C. Hall, won for Best Actor in a Drama Series. The actor is currently recovering from cancer (more on that here.)

On the female side, Julianna Margulies won her first Golden Globe ever for the CBS freshman series 'The Good Wife.'

"I just want to say thank you to Les Moonves and Nina Tassler for believing in the 10 o'clock drama," she said, referencing NBC's prime-time debacle.

In the miniseries categories, Drew Barrymore pulled a major upset, beating co-star Jessica Lange for Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie. The telepic also won for Best Miniseries or TV Movie.

Kevin Bacon also surprised in the Best Actor category for his performance as LtCol. Mike Strobl in the HBO military drama 'Taking Chance.'

For more on tonight's 67th Annual Golden Globes, visit Moviefone.

TV WINNERS:
Best Drama Series: 'Mad Men'
Best Comedy Series: 'Glee'
Best Miniseries or TV Movie: 'Grey Gardens'
Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie: Kevin Bacon, 'Taking Chance'
Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie: Drew Barrymore, 'Grey Gardens'
Best Actor in a Drama Series: Michael C. Hall, 'Dexter'
Best Actress in a Drama Series: Julianna Margulies, 'The Good Wife'
Best Actor in a Comedy Series: Alec Baldwin, '30 Rock'
Best Actress in a Comedy Series: Toni Collette, 'The United States of Tara'
Best Supporting Actor in a TV Series, Miniseries or TV Movie: John Lithgow, 'Dexter'
Best Supporting Actress in a TV Series, Miniseries or TV Movie: Chloe Sevigny, 'Big Love'

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