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Breaking Bad and Aaron Paul Win Critics’ Choice Awards

breaking-bad-jesse-aaron-paul-325x200AMC’s Breaking Bad received its second consecutive win for Best Drama at last night’s fourth annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards. The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) also honored Breaking Bad co-star Aaron Paul with the award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.

Breaking Bad‘s challengers in this year’s Best Drama category included HBO’s Game of Thrones and True Detectives,  FX’s The Americans, CBS’ The Good Wife and Showtime’s Masters of Sex.

In the Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category, Aaron Paul bested fellow nominees Josh Charles of The Good Wife, Walton Goggins of Justified, Peter Sarsgaard of The Killing, Jon Voight of Ray Donovan and Jeffrey Wright of Boardwalk Empire.

The BTJA is comprised of journalists who represent television, radio and online audiences. The organization also partners with the Broadcast Film Critics Association.

For more information on Breaking Bad‘s wins at the Critics’ Choice Awards, visit criticschoice.com.

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