The Broadcast Television Journalists Association announced the winners of its third annual Critics' Choice Television Awards on Monday night during a ceremony at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, and the winners list, unlike a lot of other awards shows, probably looks similar to the winners you might pick.
Why? Because unlike the Emmys or the Golden Globes, BTJA voters (of which I am one) are made up largely of people whose jobs are to watch television — good, bad, reality, scripted, broadcast, cable, and whatever category Netflix's original programming falls into. BTJA members, like regular viewers, watch and love TV and recognize, as the CCTA nominees and winners lists attest, that there's terrific storytelling, writing, producing, and performances happening in every corner of TV land.
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