Golden Globes: ‘Glee’ wins again. And again. And again.

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Get those slushees ready: Awards favorite ‘Glee’ beat the competition again at the Golden Globes on Sunday night, with awards going to supporting actor Chris Colfer, supporting actress Jane Lynch and television series, comedy or musical.

‘Boardwalk Empire’ followed with two statues, one for dramatic actor Steve Buscemi and the other for dramatic television series.

The night’s underdog awards went to Katey Sagal, who beat critical favorites Julianna Margulies and Elisabeth Moss to win for her dramatic role on ‘Sons of Anarchy,’ and Laura Linney, who edged out Tina Fey and Edie Falco for her comedic role on ‘The Big C.’ ‘The Big Bang Theory’ star Jim Parsons, who has won Emmys but has been ignored by the Globes in the past, won for comedic actor.

For more about these Globes winners, check out our post here.



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-- Melissa Maerz