LOS ANGELES, July 29 (UPI) -- "Game of Thrones," "Breaking Bad" and "Louie" were awarded as some of the best in TV at the Television Critics Association awards ceremony in Los Angeles.
"Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston, hosted the event Saturday night, Entertainment Weekly reported.
The categories were voted on by more than 200 print and online television critics, who selected "Game of Thrones" as program of the year. "Breaking Bad" won the best drama achievement and Louie C.K. took home an individual award in comedy and best comedy award for his work in "Louie," the magazine reported.
Claire Danes received the award for individual achievement in a drama for her role in "Homeland" on Showtime.
Late-night television host David Letterman was the recipient of the career achievement award and classic comedy "Cheers" was honored with the heritage award, Entertainment Weekly reported.