“Breaking Bad,” Robin Wright Score TV Drama Golden Globes

Aiming not to signpost any bathroom breaks, NBC’s broadcast of the Golden Globes is adhering to a very random awards distribution order.

But after eighty minutes of weak jokes, cringeworthy speeches and teleprompter challenges, one of the night’s major award categories is finally wrapped up.

That category, the television drama segment, gave the night’s biggest prize to “Breaking Bad.” AMC’s critically acclaimed series, which drew to a close this year, topped Downton Abbey, The Good Wife, House of Cards and Masters of Sex to reign as the year’s Best Drama Series.

“Bad” star Bryan Cranston took home the category’s trophy for Best Actor, while Robin Wright (“House of Cards”) won for Best Actress.

Though performers from television comedies, miniseries and movies are also up for the supporting awards, the dramatic genre did claim one of them. Jon Voight was named Best Supporting Actor for his work on “Ray Donovan.”

The supporting actress trophy went to Jacqueline Bisset of the “Dancing on the Edge” miniseries.

Written by Brian Cantor

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