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'Breaking Bad' Is Big TV Winner at WGA Awards

February 3, 2014 (3:51 am) GMT
The Vince Gilligan-created series bags two trophies from the February 2 ceremony, where 'House of Cards', '30 Rock' and 'Veep' come out as other winners.
Vince Gilligan

"" continues its domination at awards shows months after it wrapped up its run on AMC. The crime drama series was a big winner in TV categories at the 66th annual WGA Awards, taking home two prizes for Drama Series and Episodic Drama.

It marked the second time in three years the starrer paired both drama titles. The show beat out "", "", "" and "" for the Drama Series award.

Netflix's "House of Cards" didn't come home empty handed as it won over "", "", "" and "" in New Series category.

"", which also aired its final episode last year, scored a win in Episodic Comedy category, while "" nabbed the Comedy Series prize. Other winners included "" (Comedy / Variety - Series) and "" (Long Form - Adapted).

The WGA Awards, including those for movies, were handed out in simultaneous ceremonies at the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE and at the Edison Ballroom, New York. hosted the event on the West Coast, while Colin Quinn hosted the event on the East Coast.

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