It was a huge night for The Social Network and Glee!

The Social Network won four awards, including Best Motion Picture Drama.  Glee won three in the TV category, including a second consecutive win for Best TV Series, Comedy.   Here are the other winners in the TV/Movie Comedy category:

Kind of sad, but Lea Michele got booed when her named was called for a nomination:

Here’s a list of the winners in the TV/Movie Drama category:

And in a touching moment at the end of the show, Michael Douglas walked out on stage to present the final award and the crowd jumped to its feet:

Here’s a complete list of last night’s winners:


–Best Drama:  “The Social Network”

–Best Actress, Drama:  Natalie Portman“Black Swan”

–Best Actor, Drama:  Colin Firth“The King’s Speech”

–Best Musical or Comedy:  “The Kids Are All Right”

–Best Actress, Musical or Comedy:  Annette Bening“The Kids Are All Right”

–Best Actor, Musical or Comedy:  Paul Giamatti“Barney’s Version”

–Best Animated Feature Film:  “Toy Story 3”

–Best Supporting Actress:  Melissa Leo“The Fighter”

–Best Supporting Actor:  Christian Bale“The Fighter”

–Best Director:  David Fincher“The Social Network”

–Best Screenplay:  “The Social Network”  (Written by Aaron Sorkin)

–Best Original Song:  “You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me” from “Burlesque”  (by Diane Warren)

–Best Original Score:  “The Social Network”  (by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross)

–Best Foreign-Language Film:  “In a Better World”,  Denmark




–Best Drama Series:  “Boardwalk Empire”  (HBO)

–Best Actress, Drama:  Katey Sagal“Sons of Anarchy”

–Best Actor, Drama:  Steve Buscemi“Boardwalk Empire”

–Best Musical or Comedy Series:  “Glee”  (Fox)

–Best Actress, Musical or Comedy Series:  Laura Linney“The Big C”

–Best Actor, Musical or Comedy Series:  Jim Parsons“The Big Bang Theory”

–Best Miniseries or TV Movie:  “Carlos”  (HBO)

–Best Actress, Miniseries or TV Movie:  Claire Danes“Temple Grandin”

–Best Actor, Miniseries or TV Movie:  Al Pacino“You Don’t Know Jack”

–Best Supporting Actress, Series, Miniseries or TV Movie:  Jane Lynch“Glee”

–Best Supporting Actor, Series, Miniseries or TV Movie:  Chris Colfer“Glee”

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