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68th Golden Globes: Full Winners List in Television

January 17, 2011 (3:43 am) GMT
'Glee' took the last trophy given out in the television category, going home with Best TV Series, Comedy or Musical for the second time in a row.
68th Golden Globes: Full Winners List in Television

"", "" and "" officially walked home from the 68th Annual Golden Globes sans trophy. "" has just stolen the Best TV Series, Comedy or Musical category for the second time in a row from the three shows.

Co-creator and most of the cast went up to the stage immediately to thank FOX for their show. Then writer Ian Brennan took over the mic to thank public school teachers in America for their support. To win the prize the show had to beat also "" and "".

"Glee" has won two other categories that evening, Best Supporting Actor and Actress in Comedy or Musical for and respectively. The musical show consequently is the biggest winner in television at this year's awards.

Good news comes in two for "Glee" fans. just announced backstage that she is officially a guest on the show although details are pending. She proposed last year for a role as Kurt's openly-gay aunt.

Network-wise, it was HBO which leads with four wins, mainly for its new series "". FOX follows with three.

The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards was held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California on Sunday, January 16 and aired live on NBC. The awards event also honored those in movie.

Full Winners List in Television:

68th Golden Globe Awards : Red Carpet | Press Room | Winners in Movie


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