‘Fleabag’ and ‘Succession’ win 2020 Critics’ Choice TV Awards on a night full of Emmy repeats and big surprises

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‘Fleabag’ and ‘Succession’ win 2020 Critics’ Choice TV Awards on a night full of Emmy repeats and big surprises
The winners for the 10th Critics’ Choice TV Awards were revealed Sunday, January 12 on CW in a ceremony hosted by Taye Diggs at the Santa Monica Airport. (See the full winners list.) Heading into the evening, Netflix’s “When They See Us” was the overall nominations leader with six, followed by “Schitt’s Creek” and “This Is Us” with five apiece. The members of the Broadcast Television Journalists Association rubber-stamped many of the reigning Emmy winners from last September, but there were also more than a few big surprises. See our play-by-play of all the TV winners below.

SEE2020 Critics’ Choice Awards: Full winners list in the 23 film and 19 TV categories [Updating Live]

As Gold Derby predicted, the Best Comedy Supporting trophies went to actress Alex Borstein (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”) and actor Andrew Scott (“Fleabag”). Oddly enough, both were presented at the same time, and both stars were decked out head to toe in red.
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