Who Were the TV Winners at the 14th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards?

The Screen Actors Guild has been around for 75 years now and tonight was their 14th awards show. Other than the opening, with actors riffing on their acting careers, which was funny, the show was mostly a snoozer. At least they had a show though, I guess. The idea of recording it and fast-forwarding through the speeches and whatnot would have been a good idea. Anyway, for those that didn’t watch it, and good call there, here are the winners from the TV categories at The 14th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards:

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries

Kevin Kline (As You Like It) – This was on HBO and like all the other nominees in this category, the TVaholic hasn’t seen this either.

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries

Queen Latifah (Life Support) – Anybody else think that Mickey Rooney wasn’t ever going to announce the winner of this category? The way he took the stage and rambled on, you would of thought he was there to accept the lifetime achievement award tonight instead of Charles Durning. Anyway, had only seen USA’s The Starter Wife from this category.

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series

James Gandolfini (The Sopranos) – Really! Even when actors give awards to themselves, they fall into the old awarding the ending of something that may have once been good, instead of awarding something that is actually deserving of the recognition. In this case, Michael C. Hall (Dexter), but at least he was nominated.

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series

Edie Falco (The Sopranos) – Pretty much same as above goes for this win as well. I would of liked to have seen pretty much any of the other four nominees go home with the award for this category.

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series

Alec Baldwin (30 Rock) – Finally, an award the TVaholic can agree with, he so should have won the Golden Globe as well.

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series

Tina Fey (30 Rock) – She was very self-deprecating in her acceptance, but it looks as though this “hat rack” has really come into her own, as an actor, in the role of Liz Lemon.

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series

The Sopranos (HBO) – Again, really, should have gone to some other series, but we get yet another farewell to the cast listed below. Well, now maybe shows like Dexter, Mad Men, The Closer, Damages and others can get some SAG love next year, now that The Sopranos has faded to black for its last time.

Gregory Antonacci as Butch Deconcini
Lorraine Bracco as Dr. Jennifer Melfi
Edie Falco as Carmela Soprano
James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano
Dan Grimaldi as Patsy Parisi
Robert Iler as Anthony Soprano, Jr.
Michael Imperioli as Christopher Moltisanti
Arthur Nascarella as Carlo Gervasi
Steven R. Schirripa as Bobby “Bacala” Baccalieri
Matt Servitto as Agent Dwight Harris
Jamie-Lynn Sigler as Meadow Soprano
Tony Sirico as Paulie “Walnuts” Gaultieri
Aida Turturro as Janice Soprano
Steven Van Zandt as Silvio Dante
Frank Vincent as Phil Leotardo

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series

The Office (NBC) – 30 Rock got the big awards in the comedy category tonight, but as an entire cast, you can’t really go wrong with the superb group listed below.

Leslie David Baker as Stanley Hudson
Brian Baumgartner as Kevin Malone
Creed Bratton as Creed
Steve Carell as Michael Scott
Jenna Fischer as Pam Beesly
Kate Flannery as Meredith Palmer
Melora Hardin as Jan Levinson
Ed Helms as Andrew Bernard
Mindy Kaling as Kelly Kapoor
Angela Kinsey as Angela Martin
John Krasinski as Jim Halpert
Paul Lieberstein as Toby Flenderson
B.J. Novak as Ryan Howard
Oscar Nuñez as Oscar Martinez
Phyllis Smith as Phyllis Lapin
Rainn Wilson as Dwight Schrute

What did you think of the show? How about the winners and losers? Where did you think they went right or wrong? Leave your picks or thoughts in the comments.

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