The hit HBO series starring Regina King lands four kudos from the Television Critics Association, while the Dan and Eugene Levy-created comedy series secures two.
Sep 15, 2020
"Watchmen" has continued its dominance of the TV awards circuit by landing four honors from the Television Critics Association on Monday, September 14.
Six days before the Emmys are sure to rain down on the hit HBO series, the show picked up the Program of the Year, Outstanding Achievement in Movie or Miniseries, and Outstanding New Program gongs at the 36th TCA Awards, while star Regina King scored the Individual Achievement in Drama prize.
Comedy series "Schitt's Creek" was another multiple award winner, landing the Outstanding Achievement in Comedy award, while leading lady Catherine O'Hara was handed the Individual Achievement in Comedy trophy.