The Television Critics Association recognized the top shows and actors of the 2013-2014 television season this weekend at its 30th Annual TCA Awards Presentation, and Netflix's Orange is the New Black, ABC Family's The Fosters, and FX's Louie all walked away with top honors.
Orange is the New Black picked up the award for Outstanding New Program, while The Fosters, which is produced by Jennifer Lopez and stars David Lambert, Cierra Ramirez and Jake T. Austin, took home the honor for Outstanding Achievement in Youth Programming. Lastly, Louis C.K.'s Louie tied with Veep for Oustanding Achievement in Comedy.
"This was truly a monumental year -- not just for television, but for our organization as a whole," said Scott D. Piece, TCA President. "These winners truly are the absolutely best of the best, and they could not be more deserving of the awards they've earned tonight."
Other big winners of the night include The Good Wife, Breaking Bad and True Detective.
See the full list of winners at The A.V. Club.