Critics Choice Winners and Insights for Emmys

Critics Choice Television Awards winners were announced on June 10, 2013 honoring the highest achievements in Television industry, including TV Series, shows, reality shows and etc. You can view complete list of winners here.

The Big Bang Theory won Best Comedy Series, Modern Family was surprisingly snubbed from nominees. Which pretty much means that its last season was not that perfect, as it used to be. The BBT get a big buzz for upcoming Emmy nominations, considering that ballots are delivered today. Louis C.K beats Alec Baldwin in best comedy actor race, which can mean another victory in September and then later at Golden Globes.

Comparing last year Critics, Golden Globes and Emmy winners, they don't match. C.K also won last year, but Don CheadleJon Cryer beat him, respectively. Also, last years Best Comedy Series winner Community lost to Modern Family.

The same applies with Drama category, however, there still are some messages we still can see. For instance, the win of Zachary Quinto for BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A MOVIE OR MINI-SERIES. He's never been nominated for American Horror Story, however an amazing second season can bring him first nominations at Emmys and Globes. Especially when, he seems to be well predicted by critics. 

Best Drama series has two winners: Game of Thrones & Breaking Bad. It seems to be close to reality. Last year winner Homeland also won Primetime and HFPA awards. I actually don't count on tie, but one of them can get top prize. 

Jennifer Carpenter's nomination for playing Debra Morgan in Dexter is overdue but well deserved. Season 7 was her best indeed and I hope seeing her list among other nominees in the future. But female performers from Dexter don't get much love.

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