Hit TV show "Mad Men" was the toast of the inaugural Critics' Choice Television Awards in California on Monday, scooping three top honors.
The series won the Best Drama prize at the Beverly Hills ceremony, while its star Jon Hamm took home the Best Actor in a Drama award. Christina Hendricks rounded out their trio of honors by winning Best Supporting Actress in a Drama.
Best Actress in a Drama went to Julianna Margulies for "The Good Wife" and John Noble won Best Supporting Actor in a Drama for his turn in "Fringe."
Tina Fey was also celebrating at the event after claiming the Best Actress in a Comedy award for "30 Rock," while Jim Parsons won the male equivalent for his role in "The Big Bang Theory."
Danny DeVito was on hand to accept the Icon Award and cited his current show "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" as "a new lease on life."
He adds, "People might think TV critics are mindless parasites, but this proves you are not."
Other winners at the ceremony included "Modern Family" (Best Comedy), Neil Patrick Harris (Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy for "How I Met Your Mother") and Busy Phillips (Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy for "Cougar Town").
Taking to Twitter after the ceremony, Phillips gushed, "Guys, I'm SO overwhelmed by the love. Thank you so much - I'm lucky to be on this show and to be a part of such an amazing ensemble. And also, I've NEVER won anything! So beyond exciting!!!!!"